OC3D Competition - "Goodbye to 939"!!

"OC3D Competition - "Goodbye to 939"!!"

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After the success of our Ageia PhysX givaway, we have decided that we just have to keep giving you more of what you want - free PC Goodies!

The Sponsors

A BIG mention to our sponsors, who have helped us to bring you these great prizes by generously donating them...

Abit for the AT8 32x Motherboard
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FSP for the FSP Epsilon 700w Power Supply
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SpecialTech for the Silverstone NT06 and NT03 Coolers
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The Prizes

As AMD are winding down their socket 939 processors there are still a whole lot of you who have 939 platforms in their PC's...so what better givaway could we have to help you get the most out of your 939 processor than...

1st Prize:

An Abit AT8 32x

Combining Abit's chipset Heatpipe solution and their famous μGuru™ Tech for overclocking, this ATI® CrossFire™ 3200 board is an excellent clocker and we've had a good chance to test it here at OC3D.

abit AT8 32x

You can't overclock that processor without a good cooler and what better to get than a very nice:

Silverstone NT06


And put that in with the Abit AT8 for an awesome 1st prize! We'll be reviewing this very soon and it's looking like a very nice cooler indeed.

2nd Prize

As you should be well aware, Power is one of the most important components of any decent system. A stable Power Supply is an absolute MUST for overclocking. This is why our 2nd prize is:

An FSP Epsilon 700w

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"The good performance coupled with the excellent efficiency of this unit makes it a great choice for those of us who want to power a high end pc whilst also keeping their electricity bills low."

Not bad!

3rd Prize

Finally for our third prize we have another great cooler from Silverstone:

A Silverstone NT03


Once again we've got this on our list of things to review. It looks like a great, compact copper cooler: ideal for keeping that processor cool in these hot summer days.

The Questions

Pretty easy. Pop you answer to these on an e-mail as detailed below.

1. Which FSP Power Supply recently recieved US 80 PLUS certification?

2. What is Abit's Heatpipe solution called?

3. What is the Net weight of the NT06?

4. How much are Specialtech selling the NT06 for?

How to Enter

All you have to do is fill in the form we have uploaded Here. Then send an e-mail to press [at] overclock3d [dot] net containing the answers to the questions above. You must be a member of our forum to enter the competition.

The forum thread is HERE with further details.

It's pretty simple and easy to do!

You have to be a member of our forums to enter, so sign up ASAP

Our Thanks to Abit for providing the motherboard.
Our Thanks to FSP Epsilon for providing the PSU.
Our Thanks to Specialtech for providing both of the Silverstone Coolers.

Get entering now!
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Most Recent Comments

10-07-2006, 21:45:16


It's called de_cpl_mill ;) Decent map, I don't know it too well though

Is that like the dustmill map, or completely different?

10-07-2006, 21:50:49

WC Annihilus
I don't know the dustmill map so I can't say. T's spawn at like a garage area, CT's spawn in a partially enclosed rectangle.

11-07-2006, 04:33:55

de_cpl_mill is a favourite after cbble and d2, they use it in CAL, it has CAL sponsorship plastered all over the map :p

11-07-2006, 04:35:43

haha neg, has CPL sponsorshop all over it :)

its for pros only hehe

11-07-2006, 05:50:12

or just wannabe's :)

11-07-2006, 07:55:28


or just wannabe's :)

so because i play some pro maps on the fragmasters server,you calling me a wannabe? hmmm?

cheers J.

11-07-2006, 15:50:44

WC Annihilus
I love the kitten picture they have in there :D

11-07-2006, 17:17:41


I love the kitten picture they have in there :D

that ramp area is called kitty :D

12-07-2006, 06:04:21

id love to learn mill properly and play it in matches, but nobody knows it, nor would they play it.

12-07-2006, 18:06:01

WC Annihilus
Fair number of Americans play it due to CAL. I've got a few friends who know it at least decently.

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