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Patriot Memory Packs In Street Fighter 4 for PC

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Patriot and Capcom have ganged up on gamers by offering Street Fighter IV with select Patriot products in eight different Capcom Action Pack bundles.

Capcom and Patriot Memory have teamed up to offer gamers the "Capcom Action Pack," eight bundles that include a downloadable version of Capcom's Street Fighter IV for the PC, and various Patriot products. Street Fighter IV hit the market earlier this year on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, followed by a Windows release back in July.

Here is Patriot's list of hardware that will be available in the eight different Capcom Action Packs:

  • 128 GB Xporter Magnum USB Flash Drive
  • 32 GB Xporter XT Boost USB Flash Drive
  • 256 GB Torqx SSD
  • 128 GB Torqx SSD
  • 64 GB Torqx SSD
  • 6 GB DDR3 1600 MHz
  • 4 GB DDR3 1600 MHz
  • 4 GB DDR2 8500 MHz


"We are truly inspired to partner with an industry leader like Capcom and bundle their amazing PC game, Street Fighter IV, with select Patriot products," said Eric Ackerson, Patriot's Director of Marketing.

Patriot did not provide pricing or availability.

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    Shadow703793 , August 26, 2009 9:39 PM
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    4 GB DDR2 8500 MHz

    OMG!!!! I didn't know they had 8.5Ghz RAM!!! Don't you mean DDR2 8500?

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    ArgleBargle , August 26, 2009 9:40 PM
    My experience with fighting games on the PC is that PC ports are never as much fun as consoles. Either the controls are godawful even with a gaming pad, or it's just not as fun to crowd around a monitor rather than a TV.
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    dingumf , August 26, 2009 9:53 PM
    ArglebargleMy experience with fighting games on the PC is that PC ports are never as much fun as consoles. Either the controls are godawful even with a gaming pad, or it's just not as fun to crowd around a monitor rather than a TV.


    Tom fails nowadays with all the new editors
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    Gryphyn , August 26, 2009 10:13 PM
    I was the man on the old SNES SFII port, but now days with all the ultra 50x combo breaker super charge meter double team attack stuff...meh. I long for days when beating the crap out of your friend was more simple.
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    raceway99 , August 26, 2009 10:15 PM
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    4 GB DDR2 8500 MHz

    nice
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    Major7up , August 26, 2009 10:19 PM
    Why would I want a fighter on the PC? People serious about that game will already have it for their console.
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    duckmanx88 , August 26, 2009 10:24 PM
    Kevin ffs just re-read these news articles you post. It's always you.
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    HibyPrime , August 26, 2009 10:37 PM
    Shadow703793OMG!!!! I didn't know they had 8.5Ghz RAM!!! Don't you mean DDR2 8500?


    If you're going to be that picky, then all of them are wrong. 6 GB DDR3 1600 MHz should be 800mhz, not 1600.

    Quit bein so picky :p 
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    Shadow703793 , August 27, 2009 1:02 AM
    HibyPrimeIf you're going to be that picky, then all of them are wrong. 6 GB DDR3 1600 MHz should be 800mhz, not 1600.Quit bein so picky

    True, but RAM manufactures advertise it as "DDR3 1600"; "DDR3 1333". But NEVER DDR2 8500MHz. It would be OK with out the Mhz part.
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    Master Exon , August 27, 2009 2:07 AM
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    # 4 GB DDR2 8500 MHz


    HOLY FUCK
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    NuclearShadow , August 27, 2009 3:36 AM
    I'm really confused by this bundle offer. Street Fighter 4 has pretty low requirements and the average PC gamer certainly wouldn't need anything to be able to play it. Then there is the pricing issue while we can expect some sort of discount compared to the products being bought individually I doubt its going to be a good deal. Finally there is the issue of Street Fighter 4 being out for a little bit of time now I'm sure the majority that really wanted the game already bought it why didn't Capcom & Patriot make this deal before the release?
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    redgarl , August 27, 2009 4:37 AM
    GryphynI was the man on the old SNES SFII port, but now days with all the ultra 50x combo breaker super charge meter double team attack stuff...meh. I long for days when beating the crap out of your friend was more simple.


    I also believe the same. SF4 is still great, but there so many cheap stuff with some characters able to spam their special like Ryu. I don
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    JeanLuc , August 27, 2009 8:30 AM
    Kevin Parrish# 4 GB DDR2 8500 MHz


    Kevin I heard on the grape vine Theo Valich is looking for a supporting reporter for website, you might want to drop him an email.
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    thesisko , August 27, 2009 11:25 AM
    ArglebargleMy experience with fighting games on the PC is that PC ports are never as much fun as consoles. Either the controls are godawful even with a gaming pad, or it's just not as fun to crowd around a monitor rather than a TV.


    My experience with PC ports are that I'd much rather play the enhanced PC version on my HTPC at 1920x1080/4xAA on a 50" plasma than to buy a crappy console and be forced to endure low resolution, long load times and higher game prices.

    Been enjoying Devil May Cry 4 and Street Fighter 4 most recently, cudos to Capcom for bringing these great games to the superior platform for ANY type of game.
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    thesisko , August 27, 2009 11:26 AM
    Major7UpWhy would I want a fighter on the PC? People serious about that game will already have it for their console.


    Why would I want a console?
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    captaincharisma , August 27, 2009 11:38 AM
    Major7UpWhy would I want a fighter on the PC? People serious about that game will already have it for their console.



    people who are not lazy or cheap enough not to get a USB gamepad for there PC. The PC is still the ultimate for gaming as you do not have to wait every 5 years to upgrade the graphics on the games
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    thesisko , August 27, 2009 11:47 AM
    Why would I want a fighter on the PC? People not serious about gaming will already have it for their console.


    I think he meant it this way ^^
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    juliom , August 27, 2009 1:23 PM
    ArglebargleMy experience with fighting games on the PC is that PC ports are never as much fun as consoles. Either the controls are godawful even with a gaming pad, or it's just not as fun to crowd around a monitor rather than a TV.

    I have the pc version and trust me, with a gamepad it's quite better than on consoles.
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    Hatecrime69 , August 27, 2009 2:11 PM
    juliomI have the pc version and trust me, with a gamepad it's quite better than on consoles.


    I have pc sf4 too, works quite well, and don't forget there are pretty decent gamepads out there, and 360 gamepads do work on the pc as well (i use mad catz pad for 360)
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    reichscythe , August 27, 2009 3:55 PM
    Arglebargle...PC (fighting game) ports are never as much fun as consoles. Either the controls are godawful even with a gaming pad...


    Get an X-Arcade Joystick and play Street Fighter the way it was meant to be played, newbie...

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