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Competition Win next-gen hardware with Asus and bit-tech

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Claave, 1 Jun 2011.

  1. Claave

    Claave You Rebel scum

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  2. Omnituens

    Omnituens New Member

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    Will certainly be sending in an email!
     
  3. MrGumby

    MrGumby CPC 464 User

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    Sounds an awesome competition to me. Used Asus mobos since socket 775. Always found them high on features and quality. Bios has always been easy to navigate and overclocking has been solid too.
    Currently using a P8P67 Pro (tho i need to swop it for the new revision) has performed very well with my 2600k.
     
  4. logan'srun

    logan'srun following the footsteps of giants

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    Anyone over 18? Including EU?
     
  5. CsCocoa

    CsCocoa New Member

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    Haha, a classic ploy.
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    What better way to get free feedback from the computing community, than to hold this Event.
    Have a flood of ideas and recommendations from Us, the budding minds of the future.
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    When the marketing guys & design guys put their heads together..

    i'd still enter, can't give up the opportunity to get free stuff now.
     
  6. Glix

    Glix Left Thumb Stick in the mud.

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    Probably open to everyone, just the caveat is you must be able to get to London on the 30th, otherwise your wasting yours and everyone else's time.
     
  7. Angel OD

    Angel OD Pump Killer

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    Can't really justify the planetickets and the day off work if I win! :lol:

    But good luck to those who have the opportunity! :thumb:
     
  8. schmidtbag

    schmidtbag New Member

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    seems like a kind of ironic prize. you basically complain to a company about flaws in their hardware so they reward you with the very hardware you complain about.
     
  9. AnG3L

    AnG3L Ultimate Modder

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    LoL so true!!!
     
  10. roblikesbeer

    roblikesbeer Bindi's sex slave.

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    Free bar?
     
  11. mucgoo

    mucgoo Well-Known Member

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    Good why of doing market research. I'm sure £2000 of hardware freebies is cheaper than any other method.
     
  12. Ripitup121

    Ripitup121 MMMMMMm watercooling....

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    Email sent.. pick me.. pick me
     
  13. flibblesan

    flibblesan Destroyer

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    I'm so going to enter this. Enjoyed the last event you guys ran :D
     
  14. Tynecider

    Tynecider Since ZX81

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    nice comp! Asus are solid
     
  15. aaron123d

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    sounds realy kl. wont enter though cus of work and stuff. but wouldent it be kl if for instence the second socket on that new motherboard from computex, was a slot for a graphics chip rather than a cpu chip so you can use on board ram thats around the sockett (with mabe ddr 6 thats not to far around the corner ?) for the gpu, no bottlenecks from pci speed as it will be on the board. you could use beasty coolers aswell and have as much ram as u could shake a stick at and then if future graphics chips come out you can just swap them out. and you would just use the on board monitor connector to hook up screens.then be able to over clock the tits out of it in the new flashy r.o.g bios rather than a 3rd party software. an idea some where along the lines of that lol may need to be explained a little deeper. ASUS ive copy writed my idea so pay me up lmao (jokes) sounds like a good idea ?
     
  16. ut66

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    synergy.

    DESIGN A MODULAR LINE OF 1) MOBOS 2) GPUS 3) HTSINK 4) PSUS 5) SSD ETC THAT

    A) LOOK COOL TOGETHER ( SAME COLOR, SLOT DESIGN, ETC) AND HAVE USEFUL FEATURES: TEMP DISPLAY, FULL FAN CONTROL (HARDWARE, BUTTONS NOT SOFT)

    B) LET YOU BUILD A REALLY NEAT AND SMALL PC -WITHOUT USING ANY CASE AT ALL-.

    C) IMPROVE YOUR TEMPS, PERFORMANCE, NOISE, PORTABILITY.

    D) REMOVE CABLES, AND USELESS JUNK. PCI, SERIAL, ETC)

    E) REDUCE COSTS. CPU AND GPU BRACKETS INCLUDED, CRAZY GPU? EXTERNAL POWER BRICK INCLUDED. ETC.

    F) INNOVATE











    full hardware based fan control
     
  17. ut66

    ut66 New Member

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    OH, i you get to choose the color. Pink.
     
  18. ut66

    ut66 New Member

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    this

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    but neat ( no cables, some sort of union)

    do it now
     
  19. mi1ez

    mi1ez Active Member

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    A Thursday? Damit!

    And I really wanted to show them my P5K-E that caught fire this weekend...
     
  20. Baguette

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    oh snap, why the 18 years old age limit? This is what I dream of every night and day! Meet engineers, use engineer stuff, play with hardware, get hardware...what if I promise to be good and not freak out at the sight of computing power?

    p.s. :Written on an ASUS laptop
     
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