The LanParty X58 Treasure Hunt

How to win...

COMPETITION CLOSED
 
The LanParty X58 Treasure Hunt
 
DFI Treasure...ooohh arrrrr!!!Ooooh arrr mi LanParty's!! It's competition time again! This time Overclock3D have teamed up with enthusiast motherboard manufacturer DFI to give you the chance of winning an awesome Intel X58 based Lanparty T3H6 JR motherboard as recently reviewed here.
 
Winning this awesome bit of kit isn't going to be easy though as the motherboard is hidden somewhere on this website among several thousand of our articles! Only the people to find the treasure marked with an X in any one of our reviews or news posts will be in with a chance of winning the board, with the final winner being pulled from the Pirate's tricorne on the last day of the competition!

 
What am I looking for?
 
You're looking for this image, sneakily hidden on any page of any article on the whole entire Overclock3D website (Forums - and this page excluded):
 
Ooh Arr!
 
 
What do I do if I find it?
 
Email the web address (URL) you found it at to our xxx competition address. For example, if you found the picture in this review, you would need to send us an email in the following format:
 
NAME: Blackbeard
ADDRESS: Caribbean Sea
FORUM USERNAME: blacky_beard
WINNING URL: http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews.php?/cpu_mainboard/ dfi_x58_t3h6_jr_matx_motherboard/1.
 
Simple eh?
 
 
What if nobody finds it?
 
Oh they will..but should we have happened to bury the treasure too deep we will be giving out small clues on a weekly basis until the first few entries start rolling in. After that you're on your own land lubbers!
 
 
Any other rules?
 
• Only one entry per person. Names & Addresses will be checked!
• Competition is open to both members and readers. Forum registration required.
• Competition ends Thursday 28th May 2009 at 11:00am GMT.
• Normal forum and website terms and conditions apply to your entries.
• One entry will be picked at random to be the winner.
• Overclock3D reserves the right to refuse entries.
• Publicly sharing of the answer URL will result in disqualification.
 
Overclock3D will not share your details with any other party. All entry details are destroyed after a winner has been chosen to protect your privacy.
 
 
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Most Recent Comments

21-04-2009, 16:05:37

gaurang
Novatech has become Europe's first manufacturer to launch an Intel Core i7 based laptop.

Read on

21-04-2009, 18:46:08

Diablo
That 15" model looks pretty good value, if they do really release it for just over £1400

21-04-2009, 19:56:32

sprento
I recokon you'd get 10 min of Crysis at full spec before the battery ran out on the X80 GTX Extreme Pro !

22-04-2009, 04:17:24

Diablo
I reckon that's probably about right, but these things would be pretty good for lan parties etc.

22-04-2009, 12:32:37

Rastalovich
Think all of them could be 2nded as primary pcs, they could do with have a lovin dock/cooling housing to sit in.

22-04-2009, 12:56:19

°TheMadDutchDude°
Way to go for Novatech, I say!

I've always admired their laptop range as it always seems to be better for pricing compared to other competitors, and they include a lot more. They were the first to include a Q9550 in their laptop range IIRC!
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