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Win next-gen hardware with Asus and bit-tech

Tell us how Asus can improve its motherboards and graphics cards to win loads of free hardware

Have we got a competition for you! Asus, Bit-tech and Custom PC have teamed up to create a unique competition. On 30 June, we’re hosting the an Asus Overclocking Summit.

It's a special, preview event where you'll get to use some of the latest technology, play some games, quiz Asus engineers and then take the kit home. Sounds good, but places are limited.

Over the next four weeks, we'll give away tickets for 20 winners to attend the event. The winners will get to come to London to spend the day talking to Asus engineers and product managers.

Better still, you'll be playing games on brand new Asus gaming laptops and getting a hands-on preview of Asus’ next-gen motherboards and cutting-edge PC technology that will be released in the run up to Christmas.

We’re not allowed to say exactly what these boards are, but if you’ve been reading our motherboard coverage recently you can probably guess what it is...

Best of all, the 20 winners all get to walk out of the event with some great free hardware prizes.

Event details

When: 30 June, 2011, 1pm till 6pm.
Where: A mystery location in central London.
What: An amazing event where you’ll get to meet Asus’ engineers, play the latest games and overclock next-gen Asus motherboards.
Prizes: 20 winners get to attend the event, and each will receive a hardware prize to take away at the end of the day.
Who can enter: Anyone aged 18 and above, but you'll have to make your own way to the secret location in central London on 30 June 2011 to arrive at 1pm.

The idea of the event, and the campaign around it, is to enable Asus to hear what you think of its current products and get new ideas to help achieve better performance for future products.

So, what do you need to do to win? All you have to do is send an email to editor@bit-tech.net with a suggestion as to how Asus could improve either its motherboards or graphics cards. The closing date for entries is 9 June, shortly after which we'll inform the lucky winners with further details about the event.

Good luck to all the entrants, we're looking forward to meeting up on 30 June. If you want to discuss how awesome this event is, leave your thoughts in the forum.

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Omnituens 1st June 2011, 19:18 Quote
Will certainly be sending in an email!
MrGumby 1st June 2011, 19:43 Quote
Sounds an awesome competition to me. Used Asus mobos since socket 775. Always found them high on features and quality. Bios has always been easy to navigate and overclocking has been solid too.
Currently using a P8P67 Pro (tho i need to swop it for the new revision) has performed very well with my 2600k.
logan'srun 1st June 2011, 19:50 Quote
Anyone over 18? Including EU?
CsCocoa 1st June 2011, 19:52 Quote
Haha, a classic ploy.
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What better way to get free feedback from the computing community, than to hold this Event.
Have a flood of ideas and recommendations from Us, the budding minds of the future.
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When the marketing guys & design guys put their heads together..

i'd still enter, can't give up the opportunity to get free stuff now.
Glix 1st June 2011, 20:22 Quote
Probably open to everyone, just the caveat is you must be able to get to London on the 30th, otherwise your wasting yours and everyone else's time.
Angel OD 1st June 2011, 22:25 Quote
Can't really justify the planetickets and the day off work if I win!

But good luck to those who have the opportunity! ;)
schmidtbag 1st June 2011, 22:43 Quote
seems like a kind of ironic prize. you basically complain to a company about flaws in their hardware so they reward you with the very hardware you complain about.
AnG3L 1st June 2011, 23:11 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by schmidtbag
seems like a kind of ironic prize. you basically complain to a company about flaws in their hardware so they reward you with the very hardware you complain about.

LoL so true!!!
roblikesbeer 1st June 2011, 23:17 Quote
Free bar?
mucgoo 1st June 2011, 23:27 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by schmidtbag
seems like a kind of ironic prize. you basically complain to a company about flaws in their hardware so they reward you with the very hardware you complain about.

Good why of doing market research. I'm sure £2000 of hardware freebies is cheaper than any other method.
Ripitup121 1st June 2011, 23:55 Quote
Email sent.. pick me.. pick me
flibblesan 2nd June 2011, 00:54 Quote
I'm so going to enter this. Enjoyed the last event you guys ran :D
Tynecider 2nd June 2011, 05:02 Quote
nice comp! Asus are solid
aaron123d 2nd June 2011, 09:21 Quote
sounds realy kl. wont enter though cus of work and stuff. but wouldent it be kl if for instence the second socket on that new motherboard from computex, was a slot for a graphics chip rather than a cpu chip so you can use on board ram thats around the sockett (with mabe ddr 6 thats not to far around the corner ?) for the gpu, no bottlenecks from pci speed as it will be on the board. you could use beasty coolers aswell and have as much ram as u could shake a stick at and then if future graphics chips come out you can just swap them out. and you would just use the on board monitor connector to hook up screens.then be able to over clock the tits out of it in the new flashy r.o.g bios rather than a 3rd party software. an idea some where along the lines of that lol may need to be explained a little deeper. ASUS ive copy writed my idea so pay me up lmao (jokes) sounds like a good idea ?
ut66 2nd June 2011, 09:26 Quote
synergy.

DESIGN A MODULAR LINE OF 1) MOBOS 2) GPUS 3) HTSINK 4) PSUS 5) SSD ETC THAT

A) LOOK COOL TOGETHER ( SAME COLOR, SLOT DESIGN, ETC) AND HAVE USEFUL FEATURES: TEMP DISPLAY, FULL FAN CONTROL (HARDWARE, BUTTONS NOT SOFT)

B) LET YOU BUILD A REALLY NEAT AND SMALL PC -WITHOUT USING ANY CASE AT ALL-.

C) IMPROVE YOUR TEMPS, PERFORMANCE, NOISE, PORTABILITY.

D) REMOVE CABLES, AND USELESS JUNK. PCI, SERIAL, ETC)

E) REDUCE COSTS. CPU AND GPU BRACKETS INCLUDED, CRAZY GPU? EXTERNAL POWER BRICK INCLUDED. ETC.

F) INNOVATE











full hardware based fan control
ut66 2nd June 2011, 09:28 Quote
OH, i you get to choose the color. Pink.
ut66 2nd June 2011, 09:36 Quote
this

http://i56.tinypic.com/2wg8ahh.jpg

but neat ( no cables, some sort of union)

do it now
mi1ez 2nd June 2011, 10:21 Quote
A Thursday? Damit!

And I really wanted to show them my P5K-E that caught fire this weekend...
Baguette 2nd June 2011, 11:46 Quote
oh snap, why the 18 years old age limit? This is what I dream of every night and day! Meet engineers, use engineer stuff, play with hardware, get hardware...what if I promise to be good and not freak out at the sight of computing power?

p.s. :Written on an ASUS laptop
Glix 2nd June 2011, 14:23 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Baguette
oh snap, why the 18 years old age limit? This is what I dream of every night and day! Meet engineers, use engineer stuff, play with hardware, get hardware...what if I promise to be good and not freak out at the sight of computing power?

p.s. :Written on an ASUS laptop

They probably don't have the insurance to cover under 18 year old public in the venue they will be using hence the age restriction.
misterd77 2nd June 2011, 16:32 Quote
possibly the most exciting event of the year, those new gaming laptop's sound exciting, its that area I feel all companies like asus should develop more, portable pc gaming via a high spec laptop with hdmi 1080p output would knock the socks of console's, sadly, with todays prices for mobile chipsets still high, a high spec gaming laptop cost's upwards of £1,200, you would get 2/3 times the performance if you spent that on a desktop machine, can Asus bridge that performance gap ?, I would like to see a gaming laptop with 1080p hdmi capable graphics gameplay and an upgradable gpu socket, with a fairly modest cost of £5/600for a mid range gpu, like a 560m, make an sli version for £200 more to appeal to the hardcore, and it would sell by the bucketload, so Asus, cheaper gaming lappies with an upgradable gpu socket would be nice please.
Cheapskate 2nd June 2011, 16:34 Quote
-Hard as hell to write a contract involving minors...
Anyway, I'm obviously not going, so I'll post here.
Lock down a series of GPU form factors so we can reuse waterblocks.
flibblesan 3rd June 2011, 19:37 Quote
Yes it's a Thursday but take the damn day off work. It's worth it! Anybody that went to the similar event in 2009 will agree with me. Don't know if it'll be the same this time but at that event we had a proper meal with drinks, an awesome presentation, playing with stuff and got awesome prizes to take home. And some of us stayed for drinks after.

Get your thinking caps on and enter this. It'll be awesome
tonschk 3rd June 2011, 23:40 Quote
I dont understand why this meeting will be at a "Secret Location" ?, whats the point of a secret location ?
PCBuilderSven 4th June 2011, 09:00 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by tonschk
I dont understand why this meeting will be at a "Secret Location" ?, whats the point of a secret location ?

Because if they said where it is everyone would come along anyway - even if they didn't win
Madness_3d 4th June 2011, 17:32 Quote
Entered, Hope I win a place, would be awesome! and I could beg an Asus Engineer for a U41SV :P
Claave 7th June 2011, 13:57 Quote
Just two more days to enter - get your applications in soon!
Claave 9th June 2011, 12:33 Quote
This is the last day you can enter this competition, so if you haven't already, get your entries in!
crash32953295@msn. 9th June 2011, 16:06 Quote
Good Luck all, Be interesting to see what Idea come out of the hat.
bagman 10th June 2011, 10:32 Quote
when you going to announce the winners?
Lizard 14th June 2011, 12:31 Quote
Thanks for all your entries; my inbox has been flooded with suggestions over the last two weeks.

We've now selected the lucky 20 readers who'll get invited to the event later this month, so please keep an eye on your inbox, for an email from my colleague Jemma Ryan, over the next couple of days for your invite.
KayinBlack 14th June 2011, 18:16 Quote
My name got pulled out of the hat to go to London for the ASUS OCing Summit.

However, I think I'll be running into a transportation problem.

Somehow, I do not believe we can simply drive across the Atlantic.

Wife and I are laughing about it right now. I have all the time in the world to go, but I would have to figure out some kind of flight and everything.

We've not given up yet, but this is pretty funny. I never win anything, now I won big and I'm not sure how I'll get there. That'll teach me to enter on a whim.
Mankz 14th June 2011, 18:30 Quote
Dibs ;)
KayinBlack 14th June 2011, 18:35 Quote
I'd like it if they just shipped me the hardware, but I'm sure they'll just pass on my invite.

I can't leave my son while he's in the hospital. I'd never forgive myself.
KayinBlack 14th June 2011, 18:45 Quote
Double post, but this one's too good to pass up.

Just found out without a repaired aorta, I'm not allowed to fly. (Or mountain climb, lol.)

Yay terminal illness!
Fredrics 14th June 2011, 18:53 Quote
Exciting! Are you going to tell us the ideas that got picked? Also, will you tell us when all the emails have been sent?
Fredrics 14th June 2011, 18:55 Quote
What was your suggestion?
KayinBlack 14th June 2011, 18:57 Quote
Dual C32 or G34 board like the SR-2. I owned two separate overclockable ASUS Socket F boards, and one MSI. Now I have a quad socket F Arima.

Some of us DO pay for the stuff.
Fredrics 14th June 2011, 19:02 Quote
Damn, looks like you deserve a free gift if you spent that much on those!

Nice suggestion though
Flibblebot 14th June 2011, 19:19 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by KayinBlack
Just found out without a repaired aorta, I'm not allowed to fly. (Or mountain climb, lol.)
Apparently there's this really amazing ship that travels between Britain and America. It's called the Titanic. Totally amazing luxury, and it gets you to the UK in just a week.

You'll be totally safe as well - they say it's unsinkable...

:p
Throbbi 14th June 2011, 19:20 Quote
I would get in touch with them and see if something can be arranged. It would be a great shame for you to miss out because of the circumstances of health, be that your own or your sons.

I'm not sure what but see if they would be open to a video call, it would give them more recognition for being accomodating to those with diabilities etc. Just a thought.
KayinBlack 14th June 2011, 19:23 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Flibblebot
Apparently there's this really amazing ship that travels between Britain and America. It's called the Titanic. Totally amazing luxury, and it gets you to the UK in just a week.

You'll be totally safe as well - they say it's unsinkable...

:p

I needed a laugh about this.

I've got the rep's e-mail to RSVP about this, I guess I'll drop them a line. While it would be nice if they did something for me, I really don't think it will happen.
thehippoz 14th June 2011, 19:29 Quote
I would go just to see london.. sorry to hear about your heart condition

if you sent your wife, she might get snatched up by one of those smooth talking brits :)
Throbbi 14th June 2011, 19:29 Quote
Tell them about the massive amounts of positive press they'll also receive from the bit-tech community (and therefore any other communities that people here also use)
KayinBlack 14th June 2011, 19:36 Quote
I just sent my RSVP back stating that I'm terminally ill and not able to attend. From here, I expect approximately zero response, but at least someone else can get their chance to go.

There's no sense in my being an ass about it. My health and my son's health is not their fault, nor really their concern.
bulldogjeff 14th June 2011, 19:42 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mankz
Dibs ;)

You git, thats was first thought when I read the post....lol
bulldogjeff 14th June 2011, 19:43 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by KayinBlack
I just sent my RSVP back stating that I'm terminally ill and not able to attend. From here, I expect approximately zero response, but at least someone else can get their chance to go.

There's no sense in my being an ass about it. My health and my son's health is not their fault, nor really their concern.

Auction it on here and give them profits to charity.
KayinBlack 14th June 2011, 19:48 Quote
Like I said, I've already let them know I'm unable to attend.

And before anyone asks, I didn't ask for the parts, as I'm sure they'll go to the person who gets my spot. I'd rather not rob them of a prize.
zoea 14th June 2011, 20:08 Quote
I won! Got my email at 4pm today from Megan Wiffen :) Can't wait to see the event and claim my prize :) Who reckons they will give out z68 mobos? :P
supermonkey 14th June 2011, 20:13 Quote
No offense intended, but I'm somewhat curious as to why you entered if you didn't have the means to attend.
KayinBlack 14th June 2011, 20:18 Quote
I could have gotten the money to go, I was informed by my doctors that I'm simply no longer allowed to fly. This is a recent development. Recent as in after I entered.

I don't have a job to inform, I could have simply up and done it. I had no other problems with going excepting the fact that I found out my aorta could explode if I fly. Unfortunately, that's kind of a setback.
knuck 14th June 2011, 20:23 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by KayinBlack
I could have gotten the money to go, I was informed by my doctors that I'm simply no longer allowed to fly. This is a recent development. Recent as in after I entered.

I don't have a job to inform, I could have simply up and done it. I had no other problems with going excepting the fact that I found out my aorta could explode if I fly. Unfortunately, that's kind of a setback.

:)

Sorry but that was said in such a nonchalant manner that it's just funny :)

I hope they'll give you something. Anything

EDIT: I hope I'm not offending you or anything ! It's easy to interpret the wrong thing on the internet and maybe you weren't being funny at all
supermonkey 14th June 2011, 21:09 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by KayinBlack
I could have gotten the money to go, I was informed by my doctors that I'm simply no longer allowed to fly. This is a recent development. Recent as in after I entered.

I don't have a job to inform, I could have simply up and done it. I had no other problems with going excepting the fact that I found out my aorta could explode if I fly. Unfortunately, that's kind of a setback.
Ouch, sorry to hear about your aorta. That does indeed suck for any number of reasons, let alone the competition.

Forgive me if I'm going too far, but I'm genuinely curious about how you guys are doing these days. I recall that just a couple weeks ago a number of Bit-tech members were donating money to your Pay-Pal account, and you were talking about selling off computer components to provide food for your son. I just thought it was odd that you were planning a trip to England two weeks later. Again, forgive me if I'm way off base here. I truly mean no offense.
ZodiacKiller 14th June 2011, 21:18 Quote
Yay, just got my email too from Megan Wiffen :)

Says I am one of the 24 people, I thought it was 20?

WooHoo, hope it's good :) See the rest of you 23 guys there
KayinBlack 14th June 2011, 21:46 Quote
Well, here's how it all turned out.

The gifts from Bit-Tech were matched by The Best Case Scenario, as well as a person who wishes to remain anonymous who donated $500. This shored up our bills, and fixed the tires on the car.

I entered this contest more to tell ASUS what I thought than believing I could win. Considering I never win anything, I didn't think it too odd. I don't think I could ever SERIOUSLY consider going-I'd have to leave my son here, and I can't do that. I started this thread as LOL, not as a rant because I thought it was funny. Not that I was genuinely expecting to go. I already let them know I will not be able to attend and expressed that I hope they would pull another name so somebody can go in my place. I'm not gonna hold onto a spot I can't keep.

Money stays tight, but we took care of some really nasty bills due to the help of this and other forums. I'm sure you guys all saw the damage, we were very lucky in how we got out.

I simply found it incredibly ironic that I won, and there was no way I could go. I COULD have borrowed money from my rich uncle, but it would have been a poor idea from start to finish. I'm not going anywhere. Except back and forth to the hospital to see my son every day.

And no, I don't think you're too forward. I'd wonder too about something like this. I'm not offended in the least, I just don't think I presented my position too well. About the only thing I've been able to do out of all this was the donations were enough to keep my rig. It's still in pieces after the EK debacle, with no ETA as to finishing. I save a bit out of each check I get (emergency unemployment funds cheesecake) to put up towards finishing the machine, and a friend gave me a 2x120 he had lying around to replace the rad that was ruined by the flaking block. I have been hunting around here for fried nVidia cards, remember? I finally had to cannibalize Whaler's Heading for its video card. That puts me a bit closer, but I'm still not there yet.

So there you go, and I'll still answer any other questions you have.
Madness_3d 15th June 2011, 01:01 Quote
Didn't get picked, ahh well i never win anything anyway. I thought my idea of Prime95 built into the mobo bios or a GPU GUI Bios for clockspeeds was a neat idea. I'd like to know what won :( really disappointed tbh, would have been an awesome way to celebrate the end of my A levels, besides the usual of course :( you never know I might be on the backup list :-/
supermonkey 15th June 2011, 03:21 Quote
Wow, you offered quite an explanation, Kayin. Knowing the background, I'd like to apologize for my previous posts. I know that the second one was a bit forward, and I'm sorry if it struck an accusatory tone.

I'm sincerely glad that your family is slowly getting all the pieces back together. Given my current location along the Gulf Coast, I also know first hand how hard it can be for life to get back to some idea of normal after a natural disaster.

Again, sorry if I was out of line, and hopefully something good will come of the ASUS competition!
KayinBlack 15th June 2011, 03:35 Quote
I wasn't offended to begin with.

It simply finished the incomplete thoughts that I had kinda not explained well.

Like I said, I would wonder too.

I spent the afternoon with my son, listening to him talk to his favorite stuffed animal. It was all the contest prize I needed.
Ending Credits 15th June 2011, 11:42 Quote
I must have missed it but what happened to your son?
KayinBlack 15th June 2011, 17:50 Quote
He was born with severe hydrocephalus as well as dual inguinal hernias, one incarcerated. He's somewhere close to the 20 surgery mark (having another Friday) and is still holding out, and when he's not doped up from surgery he's a pretty happy little guy. Like yesterday, when he got to see his favorite stuffed animal again after he got stomach acid on him.

Life revolves around him now. And somehow I'm fine with this.
KayinBlack 16th June 2011, 04:43 Quote
Just talked to Bindi, and he's talking to CPC UK and if I understand correctly the ASUS people there as well.

I was wrong, they are looking at the situation. And I'm completely glad to be wrong here.

So please, the PM flood to Bindi can cease. Think of the Bindi.
mvagusta 16th June 2011, 06:02 Quote
I hope Bindi can get something cool happening for you and your little one... but I dunno if he can do it without his banhammer...

Maybe we should make a petition?

Either way, good luck dude ;)
itrush07 16th June 2011, 07:05 Quote
Hmm, just hoping to get that kind of reward too.. :p
Lizard 16th June 2011, 12:34 Quote
Hi KayinBlack

First of all congratulations for sending in one of the winning suggestions that has won you a place at our event with Asus later this month.

As a fellow user and fan of dual-processor motherboards I hand picked your suggestion because it was close to my own heart ;)

Unfortunately, as I can now see from your posts, you won't be able to make the event as it's not possible for you to travel to the UK at the moment.

Hopefully we'll be able to meet up at some point over a beer and have a laugh about this one day, as we do have big plans for this event, and plan on expanding it globally in the future.

In the short time however we are in a bit of quandary, as it would be unfair to other bit-tech readers if we sent out any of the hardware prizes to you, when it was clearly stated that the event was in the UK in the original announcement. In fact, I've already received a couple of PMs from other bit-tech readers who forget to tell us where they live, and forgot the event was in the UK until they received the invitation earlier this week.

However, given that you did send in one of the original winning suggestions, I think I've found a good thing for you until we get the global events off the ground. I'll send you an PM with all the details as it's personal to you and hope that that one day we'll be able to meet up at one of the global events and discuss the merits of dual-processor motherboards at length.
fir3x 16th June 2011, 19:31 Quote
Hi, I got an email from Megan Wiffen and i replyed with my attention noted but i did not receive any response. Am I on the list or not.

I don't wish to give out my full name on a public forum but my first name is Alastair, I can pm if needed
ZodiacKiller 16th June 2011, 20:22 Quote
Same here, got an "out of office autoreply" she should be back by the 17th , should get a reply then :)
fir3x 20th June 2011, 11:21 Quote
I never got a reply so i phoned, it seems she never got my mail.

I suggest to everyone else if you don't get a response, phone the number in the signature section of her email
PelleK 21st June 2011, 11:46 Quote
where can i see the winning suggestions?
zoea 23rd June 2011, 14:31 Quote
I never got a reply email. Tried phoning today but no answer yet. Will try again later. Will someone from bit-tech please check and confirm my place is reserved? Put my mind at ease! thanks

edit: panic over spoke to Megan. All good :)
Madness_3d 30th June 2011, 18:48 Quote
What a brilliant day! Was great fun meeting likeminded people and pushing some hardware to the limit, The team I was on was a great bunch of guys and it was so fun praying your last benchmark would go through :D I came away with a GTX 480 and a Crosshair III Formula. Gonna need to grab some DDR3 Ram :D
zoea 30th June 2011, 19:03 Quote
Must echo the above. GREAT JOB ASUS AND BIT TECH! Lunch was great, competitions were tight (and nail-biting), presentation was top notch and everyone was friendly and sociable. Going to need to get a sandy bridge myself, bagged a P67 mobo :) Lovely stuff.

Would really recommend people try and enter these competitions you never know you may just win. I had no idea how good my answer was but it must have been good enough. Asus rep there said they will try and do it a couple of times a year so keep your eyes peeled.

Once again thank you to Bit tech and Asus, and also my team who really knew there stuff. Go team 4! What a day !
BrightCandle 30th June 2011, 19:44 Quote
Had a tonne of fun today. Swagged a P67 motherboard and some asus headphones.

The competition was quite close, we were overclocking some P67-M's with 2600K's and the GPU was a 560 Direct CU. 2 hours is not a lot of time to overclock the system and it was a mad rush on both rounds to post good scores. Hats off to the Asus motherboard though, despite being a mainstream micro board most teams got them to 5GHz stable or more (one team to 5.2 Ghz) within the hour. The ADATA RAM on the other hand wouldn't run at its XMP settings for any team which is a bit shocking!

Thanks to R&R for the 2 hours of team work.
Lizard 1st July 2011, 01:49 Quote
I'm glad to hear you had a good time chaps.

It was really nice to meet you all, and hear your thoughts on Bit-tech and Asus.

Enjoy your prizes
ajfsound 1st July 2011, 10:47 Quote
Indeed Madness_3d - we did a lot of praying, but it paid off! Thanks again Lizard - had great fun :)
ZodiacKiller 1st July 2011, 13:41 Quote
Realy enjoyed the time there guys was lots of fun.
The i7 2600k is a beast and we (team6) finaly got it stable at 5.2Ghz @ 1.52v :D (All on air too, great job thermaltake Frio)
And the 560 was fantastic too, we got the core upto 1001Mhz @1.087v, was nice:)

BUT as i think everyone there was saying the adata ram was holding everyone back on a better overclock, corsair or g skills next time please ;)

Thanks bit-tech and asus for a fun day out :)
MrGumby 1st July 2011, 21:24 Quote
Ah just got back home.
I must say i really enjoyed the event. Its so much fun to overclock someone else's hardware. Especially when the ssd decided it didn't want to be detected after an overzealous overclock
Oh and really grateful for the prizes. I just have to decided wether or not to swop my gtx560Ti for the Asus Matrix 2GB 5870?

A big thank you to Asus, James, Harry and Antony who it was a pleasure to meet. Also thanks to Megan for helping sort my friend out.

Id like to make just one suggestion, and that is a pro overclocker perhaps with some exotic cooling would have been nice to see there. Maybe to give us some hints and tips.
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