Thermaltake and XtremeComputing Giveaway - 7 prizes
Hi All and welcome to another Competition, We have managed to grab some fantastic prizes from thermaltake to give away to help celebrate it being their 10th anniversary year, and itís not just a couple either,† we have a total of 8 Prizes to give away to 7 lucky readers with the winner taking a PSU and a Cooler.
What we have up for grabs is 2 x Evo Blue 750w Modular PSUís. The Evo Blue offers a unique option for a Modular PSU, with a colour changing main fan, as well as that the modular connectors on the PSU side glow, not to mention our reviewer thought it was pretty damn silent as well. (Visit product page here and the review of a 650W Evo Blue here)
Hang on wait a minute, we also have 3 x DuOrb Extreme Graphic card coolers, we reviewed the First DuOrb Graphics card cooler a while back and awarded it our platinum award, this time was no different with the DuOrb Xtreme taking the Platinum award to. A review of the DuoOrb can be found here
Last but not least on the list we have 3 x† ISGC V320 and donít think because this is last on the list it is the worst prize, the ISGC is currently in our test bed PC and Performing just as well as the DuOrb, there are some differences between the two (design of course) The ISGC V320 is aimed at those seeking a silent option, but it is large quite large and unlike the DuOrb is not suited for most SLI setups Due to it size, donít be put off though, as mentioned this cooler performs on par with the DuOrb. For more info and specs on the ISGC V320 visit here.
So now you know what is up for grabs, let us tell you the details and run down on the competition
1st Prize Ė The Winner of the Competition will win one of the Evo Blue 750W PSU and the Graphics card cooler of their choice from the DuOrb Xtreme and the ISGC V320.
2nd Prize Ė The runner up will receive a Evo Blue 750W PSU
Runner up Prizes Ė The Remaining Graphics card coolers will be given to five runners up at random (cooler picked at random)
So how do you ENTER THIS, well its simple really, just answer a few questions in which the answers can be found in either the review of the products, or the Thermaltake Website.
Q1.. In which year was Thermaltake founded?
Q2.. In the Review of the Evo Blue 650 on what page does our reviewer say:† As its 140mm I am hoping it will be fairly quiet, time will tell I suppose.
Q3.. In the review of the DuOrb Extreme on what page does the reviewer say:† Also connected to the Molex header is the fan speed control, this will, more than likely, be inside the case so once its set.
Q4..† Thermaltake have been releasing some fine products lately, which of these were designed I cooperation with DesignWorksUSA.
Q5.. Finally for a tie breaker, In no more than 100 words describe to us why you want to win
Please send all entries to competition (a) xtremecomputing.co.uk
Rules: All employees and staff of Thermaltake and XtremeComputing are forbidden entry, No forum registration is necessary. No Cash Prizes will be offered as an alternative. No more than one entry per person is permitted; Prizes will also be shipped straight from Thermaltake. So this is a Global competition.
Closing date for the competition is† 25 September 2009†† 1200 hours BST Winners will be announced on the 28 September 2009 and of course the editorís decision is final.
Finally Good luck all!