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Tom's Hardware's Reader's Choice Awards 2013

Tom's Hardware reviewed hundreds of products in 2013, and although we're conservative with our awards, there were still 45 forms of recognition given out this year. Now we want you to vote for your five favorite products for a chance to win great prizes.

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  1. On the ballot/entry form, the PowerColor HD7870 PCS+ Myst Edition is listed twice.
  2. "On the ballot/entry form, the PowerColor HD7870 PCS+ Myst Edition is listed twice."

    Sooo your supposed to vote twice, right? Lol! I noticed that too. I guess when copy/pasting that it got pasted twice :)
  3. Lol It was a great Card on release so definitely a winner. You guys don't get the hint?
  4. Don't get it - outside US residents should vote or will the answer discarded anyways? I just want to vote, but if its useless then why bother?

    7. I am a legal resident of the USA (excluding RI) and 18 years of age or older. *This question is required.
    Yes
    No, Your Entry Will Be Discarded
  5. This is good.
  6. You kinda excluded the Nanoxia Deep Silence 2... If I have some spare cash for myself this year I'm getting it as a Christmas present To Me, Love Me. :-)
  7. Another article by which the Tom's models could enhance the look and feel of the hunks of plastic and metal.
  8. I can't wait 'till the next Browser Grand Prix. Let's see what damage does IE11 do against Opera 18, Firefox's crumbling engine and Chrome's staleness
  9. As is usual, sweepstakes for Americans only. I guess the rest of us just don't count as far as tomsharware is concerned. I haven't seen a single contest that included anyone outside the USA the whole time I've been here.
  10. Avro Arrow said:
    As is usual, sweepstakes for Americans only. I guess the rest of us just don't count as far as tomsharware is concerned. I haven't seen a single contest that included anyone outside the USA the whole time I've been here.


    Hooray for Canadians!
    http://www.tomshardware.com/news/virgin-mobile-nexus-5-canada-sweepstakes,25240.html

    I'm sure there are legal and tax restrictions for these things.
  11. Does Tom's need a good editor? Calling the Corsair 900D a 800D, should be a punishable offense. Maybe being forced to cook one's food over AMD's R9 290X for a month would suffice?
  12. Why is voting only limited to US residents? That's stupid imo.
  13. On page 7, is there a typo for Corsair Obsidian?
    You write 800D but do you actually mean 900D?
  14. They STILL recommend gtx 770? Just why?
  15. Cryio said:
    I can't wait 'till the next Browser Grand Prix. Let's see what damage does IE11 do against Opera 18, Firefox's crumbling engine and Chrome's staleness


    Ballmer, have you nothing better to do with your retirement?
  16. <"On the ballot/entry form, the PowerColor HD7870 PCS+ Myst Edition is listed twice.">
    Fixed. Thank you for catching this.

    <"On page 7, is there a typo for Corsair Obsidian? You write 800D but do you actually mean 900D?"> Thanks for that catch, too. Fixed on the context and in the article.

    re: U.S. only. We spell out why in the article, page 1. We regret this too, but we don't have much choice legally. However, we have modified the form to explain that non-U.S. residents can still vote . . . we just can't enter you into the contest.
  17. "Why is voting only limited to US residents? That's stupid imo".

    Voting is not limited to US residents - just the prize awards . . . for ZIP code use 90210 if you are outside the US because as usual the ZIP code field is only set up to accept US Zip codes
  18. Uhh, no tablets, smartphones, and laptops?
  19. one question, Why Gigabyte G1 Sniper 5 in not on the list ?:s
  20. 7870 and GTX 770
    Firefox!
  21. The CM HAF XB is in the article but not on the list.
  22. nice article...
  23. I see the Kraken x40................. makes me think of ......wonder why there are no G10's? would like to get a couple.
  24. One should sticks to the Laws of the country. I agree.
  25. I just hope I win something :)
  26. Why can't Tom's make all competitions international? Winners can opt to pay duty and VAT if applicable. All the goods are available in Asia, Europe and the Americas, so why not simply arrange with the manufacturer(s) to supply the goods directly to the winning person from within whichever country is their residence?
  27. Cryio said:
    I can't wait 'till the next Browser Grand Prix. Let's see what damage does IE11 do against Opera 18, Firefox's crumbling engine and Chrome's staleness

    You mean how vulnerable IE11 will make the Windows OS to damaging malware attacks? It will win hands down, of course.
  28. when are they going to list the winners?
  29. Marcus Wandle said:
    Why can't Tom's make all competitions international? Winners can opt to pay duty and VAT if applicable. All the goods are available in Asia, Europe and the Americas, so why not simply arrange with the manufacturer(s) to supply the goods directly to the winning person from within whichever country is their residence?


    I'm with Marcus on this one. Thank you for explaining why the restriction currently exists, but why is "Winner Pays the Import Tax" not an option please Tom's?
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