Overclock3D's BIGGEST EVER Competition!!!

"After a short break in OC3D's regular run of competitions we're back again, but this time with a vengeance. With over £800 of prizes up for grabs from companies like OCZ, XFX and Enermax and entry open to everyone, this is without doubt OC3D's biggest ever competition."

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Overclock3D's BIGGEST EVER Competition!!!!

After a short break in OC3D's regular run of competitions we're back again, but this time with a vengeance. We've teamed with a total of five manufacturers and retailers to bring you the biggest ever Overclock3D competition with prizes totaling in excess of £800. With no forum/site registration required and only 5 questions between you and one of the amazing prizes below, you'd be insane not to enter!!!

OC3D Competition


What's up for grabs??

XFX 8800GTS "XXX" 640mb PCI-E Graphics Card
OCZ Reaper HPC Edition PC2-8500 2GB DDR2
XSPC X20 Complete Water-Cooling Kit
Seagate Barracuda 500GB SATA2 Hard Disk
Enermax Infiniti 650w Modular PSU


How to get your mits on it...

Entering into our biggest ever competition couldn't be easier. Simply visit our new competition form armed with answers to the questions below.

1. What is the core clock speed of the XFX 8800GTS "XXX" GPU? Clue here
2. What are the stock timings of the OCZ Reaper HPC PC2-8500 Modules? Clue here
3. What size is the tubing included with the XSPC X20 Water-Cooling Kit? Clue here
4. What RPM does the Seagate Barracuda 500gb operate at? Clue here
5. How many 'rails' does the Enermax Infiniti 650w PSU have? Clue here

Please note people entering multiple times will be disqualified

End Date: 11th April 2007


As always, you can discuss this competition in our forums.


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Most Recent Comments

23-10-2006, 18:37:36

Archmage
Tbh I agree with you but I also think it's less than 50 posts
as I can see the rigs with only 35 (now 36 :D )

23-10-2006, 18:38:21

Ty07allstar
Once you get to 30 posts you can PM and see others profiles.

23-10-2006, 18:39:54

Kempez
It's a security thing more than anything else

To stop idiots spamming members

23-10-2006, 19:34:37

qpan
Aha - coolio - have realised that i can look at other people's profiles now!
Excellent - i can blow up your components one by one now that i know your rig specs, lol!

26-10-2006, 04:22:04

Harrythepot
well i had the same problems but if you keep tunned into the OC3D forums and you post alot then i dont see the problem

:D :wavey:

26-10-2006, 07:22:42

BloomerzUK
I wonder why you couldn't see other peoples profiles..

26-10-2006, 14:10:44

CopperCAT
Ah, that's why I couln't see my own "profile page" :D . Bit weird though...

27-10-2006, 04:10:49

nathan
there is other information on profiles thats a little more sensitive than your rig specs. Hence the need to post 30 times.

27-10-2006, 04:36:09

Dav0s
30 posts isnt really that many for hardcore oc3d'ers :D

27-10-2006, 13:08:18

Toxcity
I think this security thing is a good idea.

Stops those annoying advertising company peeps! :evil:
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