Monday, November 19th 2012

TechPowerUp and Noctua Present Facebook Giveaway

To brighten up your otherwise slow Monday morning, TechPowerUp and Noctua bring you a chance to win one of three high-performance Noctua CPU coolers, including some of its most iconic models in recent times: NH-D14, NH-C14, and NH-L12. All you have to do is "Like" our Facebook page, fill up a short form (or make Facebook do that for you), to stand a chance. The giveaway is open from today (19/11) to the following Monday (26/11). Three winners will be randomly picked from the entries, one each for the three prizes up for grabs. The NH-D14 is Noctua's flagship dual-tower cooler, the NH-C14, is a category-defining high-performance top-flow C-type cooler, and the NH-L12 built quite the reputation as a low-profile performance heatsink. Good hunting!

For more details, and to participate, visit this page.
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32 Comments on TechPowerUp and Noctua Present Facebook Giveaway

#3
t77snapshot
TechPowerUp, Facebook Giveaway? Awesome!:toast:

Note: Lets try and keep the TPU/FB contest hate to a minimum this time okay guys.;)
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#5
Techtu
Let's hope that little note of yours doesn't turn into a "Death Note"...

:roll:


By the way, I'm in! :toast:
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#6
Andy77
Funny and weird at the same time, just add your name, don't do anything else and you could win. No work, all play.

Haha!

Good luck to all!
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#8
timmyisme22
Applied twice. Don't know fi my first entry went through as my browser chose to crash right at that moment when I clicked enter. Didn't scold me when I entered again so figured it didn't go through.

Good luck everyone!
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#9
Completely Bonkers
IMO, having facebook only giveaways is like having one of these on your face. Facebook is the new facecrab. Man + crowbar = no facecrab. I will not let a headcrab enter my room. I will not let facebook enter my room.

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#10
Techtu
... It was nice and peaceful for a little while anyway.
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#12
t77snapshot
by: Techtu
... It was nice and peaceful for a little while anyway.
Yeah really! :( I feel it's only a matter of time before we experience another tpu/nzxt-Fb hate thread.:shadedshu
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#13
RejZoR
I don't like that everything rotates around Facebook these days. Like this or Like that and get a prize. Meh. I'd raise my hand for Noctua NH-C14 because i need a better CPU cooler for my newly overclocked tiny system but because it's FB and because any other cooler won't do any good for my tiny case, i'll have to pass this one :(
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#14
Ikaruga
I still remember the times when only Noctua floppies could had been trusted in the early 90's (I wonder why the wiki states that the company is founded in 2005). Anyway, I just tested a few, and they are still working perfectly. It's usually amazing quality whatever they do, and I hope they won't ever change that.
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#15
3870x2
Signed up!

Not for the items, not for tpu/Noctua, but because I absolutely love Facebook!

On a serious note, isn't this the same cooler that matches and sometimes beats water cooling systems? Let me look around a bit...
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#16
Completely Bonkers
by: t77snapshot
Yeah really! :( I feel it's only a matter of time before we experience another tpu/nzxt-Fb hate thread.:shadedshu
Hey, let people have opinions, for and against. So long as we keep it civil.
To join this competition, you must "Like" the TechPowerUp Facebook page.
BTW, demanding "likes" in the EU is a legal minefield when it comes to "giveaways". Quick read here if you want http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/social-media-promotions-and-the-law-what-you-need-to-know/ or http://www.quora.com/What-legal-issues-come-up-when-running-a-contest-or-giveaway or http://www.dca.ca.gov/publications/legal_guides/u-1.shtml

BTW, Noctua fans are top dollar awsomeness. Someone enter for me please :pimp:
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#17
fullinfusion
1.21 Gigawatts
giving away something to just be liked lmao!

GFYSFB
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#18
Hayder_Master
i am never see before CPU cooler like D14 hold the crown over 3 years.
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#21
Shihabyooo
I'm curious here, if I was in a country that is under the US treasury sanctions, can I still participate?
Noctua is Austrian, no? what about TPU?

If yes, then what about delivery? Don't be shocked but my sad-excuse-of-a-country doesn't employ a postal service. :shadedshu :ohwell:
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#22
W1zzard
by: Shihabyooo
I'm curious here, if I was in a country that is under the US treasury sanctions, can I still participate?
Noctua is Austrian, no? what about TPU?

If yes, then what about delivery? Don't be shocked but my sad-excuse-of-a-country doesn't employ a postal service. :shadedshu :ohwell:
TPU and Noctua shouldn't be affected by these sanctions. You have no DHL/UPS/Fedex ? Will UPS/Fedex as US companies move packages into embargod countries?
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#24
DaveK
Sounds good to me, I've always wanted some Noctua cooling it's just pretty expensive. :toast:
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#25
Shihabyooo
by: W1zzard
TPU and Noctua shouldn't be affected by these sanctions. You have no DHL/UPS/Fedex ? Will UPS/Fedex as US companies move packages into embargod countries?
Great! :D

I believe Fedex or DHL used to operate here. I'm not sure which though, nor whether they still operate, nor how they do. Will research about it.

Thanks :) . Now I can start hoping to win.

:lovetpu:
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