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WINNERS: Power Supply or Case from FSP Group USA

Looking to upgrade your current rig, or you just need to get a new build kickstarted? Then you perhaps you could use one of the prizes in the latest giveaway with Tom's Hardware and FSP Group USA.

We have winners!

The contest opens on October 8, 2012 9:00 AM PDT and closes on October 22, 2012 9:00 AM PDT.

4 Winners will be chosen based on the answer to a question. If there are more than 4 correct answers, the 4 winners will be chosen randomly from among those who answered the question correctly. Prizes (provided by FSP Group USA):

One (1) AURUM PRO GOLD 1200W Power Supply retail value: $249.99

WINNER: Alexander Perry of Fredericksburg, VA

One (1) AURUM Xilenser 80 Plus Gold 400W FanLess Power Supply retail value: $139.99

WINNER: Alexander Nikolov of Goleta, CA

One (1) RAIDER series 80  Plus Bronze 750W Power Supply retail value: $109.99

WINNER: Arick Gussler of Albuquerque, NM

One (1) FSP MINI ITX Computer Case with 200W mini ITX power supply - Custom your Home Theater Computer retail value: $79.99

WINNER: Justin Gamache of Yakima, WA

Click here to go to the contest entry form.

DUE TO LEGAL REQUIREMENTS, THIS CONTEST IS LIMITED TO LEGAL RESIDENTS OF THE USA (EXCLUDING RI) AND 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER.

PERSONAL INFORMATION YOU PROVIDE MIGHT BE USED BY FSP GROUP TO CONTACT YOU.

  • Inferno1217
    I'll pass. It's hit or miss with this company.
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  • nukemaster
    DUE TO LEGAL REQUIREMENTS, THIS CONTEST IS LIMITED TO LEGAL RESIDENTS OF THE USA (EXCLUDING RI) AND 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER.
    :(
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  • joytech22
    *Loaded article and scrolled right to the bottom and read up to..*
    DUE TO LEG...

    *Posted this comment and closed article*
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  • merikafyeah
    FSP PSUs are really high-quality, as expected of one of the few OEMs that directly sell their own product.
    Really hoping I win the Xilenser 80 Plus Gold 400W which will be perfect for my HTPC.
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  • nukemaster
    Congrats to the winners!!!
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  • abbadon_34
    I wonder what the "question" they had to answer correctly was?
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  • alextheblue
    Inferno1217I'll pass. It's hit or miss with this company.FSP builds really good PSUs. Their Aurum Pro Gold line is awesome.

    :D
    Reply