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Win a Corsair TX750W Power Supply!

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oasked 21st December 2007, 14:37 Quote
Sweet!

Nice job organising this one. Nice easy questions as usual. ;)
Delphium 21st December 2007, 14:51 Quote
Entered, good luck to all ;)
naokaji 21st December 2007, 14:59 Quote
great contest entered
Silver Shamrock 21st December 2007, 15:09 Quote
Cool. I always seem to miss Bit's competitions so i'm glad i'm in on this one, especially with such a nice prize at stake:D
E.E.L. Ambiense 21st December 2007, 15:09 Quote
Entered. Thanks, guys
wuyanxu 21st December 2007, 15:14 Quote
750w sounds very nice, but no modular cables and only 5amp extra on the 12v rail seems a bit less step up from the Hx620w. but wow, x4 PCI-e cables...... i can run tri-SLI with that!

many thanks, entering...... good luck to everyone
Orca 21st December 2007, 15:52 Quote
Nice comp, entered :)
cmberry20 21st December 2007, 15:57 Quote
mmm... nice.

Done & Entered - thank god i didn't need to spot something hidden in a photo!! (see Scan Creative Competition!)
RinSewand 21st December 2007, 16:27 Quote
ahh, always fun, entered! cheers guys!

RwD
c0d3_z3r0 21st December 2007, 16:30 Quote
Entered! Good luck Guys!
Sparrowhawk 21st December 2007, 16:38 Quote
Yes yes, very nice. Entered, as this'll be a nice step up from a 450 watt.
DonCorleone76 21st December 2007, 18:21 Quote
Allright, very good, I've entered, now lets hope lady luck is kind to me :).
Geektechnica 21st December 2007, 18:33 Quote
Count me in :)
Multiplectic 21st December 2007, 18:50 Quote
I'm in! Good luck to you all! :D
Cupboard 21st December 2007, 18:59 Quote
I am being really stupid - I can't actually find the answer! Corsair aren't very helpful either
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Corsair's memory modules, and Flash SD memory cards all carry a lifetime warranty. Flash USB (FLASH VOYAGER, ReadOut & Corsair USB) products have a warranty for the expected normal life of the product (10 years), HX Series Power Supplies have a * year warranty, and Liquid Cooling products carry a one year warranty
edit:got it at last lol!
Hells_Bliss 21st December 2007, 19:38 Quote
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Bit Publishing Ltd employees, shareholders and immediate family members are prohibited from entering the competition.

Are 1st cousins considered immediate family members? :)
Tyinsar 21st December 2007, 20:01 Quote
Sweet stuff again! I love this site.
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High quality Japanese capacitors provide uncompromised performance and reliability.
:) I'm old enough to remember when that would have been a joke. :p
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Originally Posted by Hells_Bliss
Are 1st cousins considered immediate family members? :)
I think "immediate" only extends to a spouse, parents, children, & siblings.
Multiplectic 21st December 2007, 20:41 Quote
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Originally Posted by Tyinsar
:) I'm old enough to remember when that would have been a joke. :p

Me too. :)

Luckily japanese manufacturers redeemed themselves. :D
oasked 22nd December 2007, 09:28 Quote
I think I've been on Bit-Tech too much - part of a dream last night involved winning this competition but I won a water-pistol instead of a PSU.

I think I was disappointed. :)
Tim S 22nd December 2007, 09:30 Quote
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Originally Posted by oasked
I think I've been on Bit-Tech too much - part of a dream last night involved winning this competition but I won a water-pistol instead of a PSU.

I think I was disappointed. :)

Brilliant.
Sark.inc 22nd December 2007, 09:32 Quote
good luck to all :D
bwuggley5 23rd December 2007, 11:25 Quote
I have entered the competition.
I came looking at the modding section about watercooling and have decided to go ahead and make my own watercooling system. I have read *turpija's homemade watercooling thread and I will almost copy his water cooler.
I bought a delux CoolRiver watercooling kit 2 years ago and have since sold it but now I want to do something with time and have been researching for as cheaper materials as I can find here in NZ and I have found some cheap tools so now I think I can go ahead with the project....but I don't have a camera so I have to wait before I can post a log which I would like to do.
It's a ;) great idea to post your own log.

***So hi! and a great Christmas***
Tim S 24th December 2007, 00:08 Quote
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Originally Posted by bwuggley5
I have entered the competition.
I came looking at the modding section about watercooling and have decided to go ahead and make my own watercooling system. I have read *turpija's homemade watercooling thread and I will almost copy his water cooler.
I bought a delux CoolRiver watercooling kit 2 years ago and have since sold it but now I want to do something with time and have been researching for as cheaper materials as I can find here in NZ and I have found some cheap tools so now I think I can go ahead with the project....but I don't have a camera so I have to wait before I can post a log which I would like to do.
It's a ;) great idea to post your own log.

***So hi! and a great Christmas***

Hey bwuggley, welcome to the forums! ;)
Bindibadgi 24th December 2007, 00:31 Quote
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Originally Posted by oasked
I think I've been on Bit-Tech too much - part of a dream last night involved winning this competition but I won a water-pistol instead of a PSU.

I think I was disappointed. :)

A water pistol was actually our mod of the year prize. Gonna have to change it now.. :(
Orlix 24th December 2007, 00:33 Quote
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Originally Posted by oasked
I think I've been on Bit-Tech too much - part of a dream last night involved winning this competition but I won a water-pistol instead of a PSU.

I think I was disappointed. :)

:) that is too funny
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