Crazy Twister Contest: Special Mission for Case Fans

October 5, 2009 | 09:49

Companies: #enermax

Twister fans can do more than ordinary case fans – that is the idea behind the “Crazy Twister Contest”. Enermax is searching for the craziest and most creative fan project. Users in 17 European countries are called to participate. The contest includes prize money of more than 2.200 Euro.

Hamburg, 1st of October 2009. Enermax calls for participating in international „Crazy Twister Contest“: From now on creative minds in 17 countries are encouraged to let their imagination run wild. What are the most fascinating, the most innovative and craziest applications of Enermax fans? There are no limits how far users can go – from outstanding modding projects to a fan hair-dryer to a cooker hood working with fans. The only requirement: Participants are obliged to use one or more Enermax fans of the series Apollish, Cluster, Everest or Magma.

Total Value of Prizes: Over 2.200 Euro
Until the 31st of October 2009 users can send in videos and photos of their fan projects. The best entries will be put up for voting. From the 6th to the 15th of November 2009, users from all participating countries can vote on for their favourite fan project. Moreover, a jury of well-recognised experts evaluates the presented videos and photos. The overall winner will receive 1.000 Euro for his outstanding project.

1st place
1.000 Euro voucher
(can be redeemed for any product
in an IT store of winner’s country) 2nd place
600 Euro voucher
(can be redeemed for any product
in an IT store of winner’s country) 3rd place
300 Euro voucher
(can be redeemed for any product
in an IT store of winner’s country)

4th – 6th place
Enermax ECO80+ 350 Watt 7th – 10th place:
Enermax Staray

The Jury

Marc Büchel
(, Switzerland) Björn Endre
(, Sweden) James Gorbold
(CustomPC, United Kingdom)

Andreas Kaspar
(Hardwareluxx, Germany) Vitaly Krinitsin
(IXBT, Russia) James Napier
(, United Kingdom)

Roland Neumeier
(Planet3DNow, Germany) Matús Paculik
(PC Space, Slovakia) Knut Paulsen
(, Norway)

Oliver Peier
(Modding-Expert, Germany) Dmitry "Neoforce" Rodionov
(Overclocking-Expert, Russia) Pekka Rousu
(, Finland)

Henner Schröder
(PC Games Hardware, Germany) Ilyas "Mazur" Shakirov
(, Russia) Bart Stoffels
(PC Magazine, Netherlands)

Filip Straburzyński
(, Poland) Richard Swinburne
(, United Kingdom) Vaclav Vlcek
(, Czech)

Twister Bearing Technology – The Recipe for Success
“Air Cooling by Enermax” is steadily gaining popularity. Due to the launch of patented Twister Bearing Technology last year, Enermax fan division made the final breakthrough. The innovative technology is not only employed in the four fan series Apollish, Cluster, Everest and Magma, but also in Enermax PSU. The red Magma fans turn entry-level PSU series ECO80+ into the most silent PSU of its class. Twister Bearing Technology’s principle is quiet simple: Magnets inside the bearing and the rotor allow a nearly frictionless and noiseless operation. The bearing is composed of a self-lubricating, highly resistant nano material which provides best possible protection against abrasion. Useful additional feature: The fan blades can be detached for cleaning from dust.

Participation deadline of “Crazy Twister Contest” with video or photo entry: 31st of October 2009, 12 PM.

More information and conditions for participation:

In case of questions please contact person below:
Press contact: Alexandra Kogan
Marketing International

ENERMAX Deutschland
Coolergiant Computers Handels GmbH

Billbrookdeich 32
22113 Hamburg

Telefon: +49-40-819957-21
Telefax: +49-40-819957-69

About Enermax:
The Enermax Technology Corporation was founded in Taiwan in 1990 and is a globally renowned manufacturer of PC components such as power supplies, PC cases, cooling fans, keyboards, enclosures and accessories. Since almost 20 years Enermax plays a leading role as an innovator in PSU market. Enermax products are well known for their innovative technology, high quality, best possible performance, unique design and leading safety. The company possesses its own research and development centre as well as two factories. Six subsidiaries and numerous affiliates around the world provide an excellent network for OEM/ODM and retail business. Enermax subsidiary in Hamburg coordinates major European markets.
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