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4 minutes ago, Mightyunit said:

why not some 1070's? 😉

 

4 minutes ago, Mightyunit said:

a good NVME drive is always nice. pricey though

Love this idea and it is a for sure probably during ces 🙂

4 minutes ago, Mightyunit said:

why not some 1070's? 😉

We have before and most likely will again if evga hooks us up. 

Issue with any cards over $200 is they seem to get us a rush of bots and single posters/viewers where as low cost items seems to actually bring in people who come back. It's very odd

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Gaming monitors are always nice too but may get the same sort of bot attention.  Though I'm a sucker for sweeps.  I do like the board and I look forward to coming over and checking things out.  I like that it's easy to get the attention of the site owner/resident computer expert quickly!  Thanks SoulFULLone 🙂

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59 minutes ago, Half_Round said:

Gaming monitors are always nice too but may get the same sort of bot attention.  Though I'm a sucker for sweeps.  I do like the board and I look forward to coming over and checking things out.  I like that it's easy to get the attention of the site owner/resident computer expert quickly!  Thanks SoulFULLone 🙂

Haha thanks, 

 

We will be back to forum and patron only mini giveaways in January as well as most likely some cases, coolers, GPUs and more around the same time. 

 

Monitors cost is a killer, shipping a monitor would cost us our total shipping budget for giveaways for the whole year 😞

 

Like the idea though will chat with some partners see if they can cover shipping. 

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How about a sound card? Do they still make sound cards? 😄

I have a perfectly good PC with a Creative CA20K2 chip integrated to the mobo that won't be supported in Win10. Not sure if another sound card is even a fix for this, but a soundless PC isn't much of an option.

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