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Friday, 12 October 2007 11:08

Overclockers UK have a new MD

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Rupert Lowery is taking over


We got an official word from the OcUK that our UK based readers knows as one of the biggest enthusiast computer etailer based business, that the company have got Ruper Lowery to take over the managing director place.

Ruper will replace Mark Proudfoot, the owner and a previous managing director and will take the lead in this very successful business. Ruper was previous Chief executive at TheHut.com

He is known for his success in the retail, banking and technology industries, with Sainsbury's, Lloyds TSB, Halifax PLC, Caudwell Communications, the state-owned Irish Post Office and the Alphyra Group.

We wish these guys all the best and we know that these guys have very good ties with Nvidia and Ati and that many of the first batch cards can always be purchased at this place.
Last modified on Friday, 12 October 2007 15:41

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