Monday, June 30th 2014

TechPowerUp and BIOSTAR Announce Hi-Fi Giveaway!

TechPowerUp teamed up with BIOSTAR to bring you a cool new giveaway, in which you could win one of three BIOSTAR Hi-Fi Z97WE socket LGA1150 motherboards based on the Intel Z97 Express chipset, and ready for not just current Core "Haswell," "Haswell Refresh," and "Devil's Canyon" processors, but also future 5th generation Core processors. The Hi-Fi Z97WE boasts of a powerful onboard audio solution that features audiophile-grade capacitors, ground-layer isolation, and a high SNR CODEC. To enter the contest, all you have to do is "Like" our Facebook page, if you haven't already, and fill up a short form (or make Facebook do it for you). Good Luck!
For more details, and to participate, visit this page.
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11 Comments on TechPowerUp and BIOSTAR Announce Hi-Fi Giveaway!

#1
lZKoce
Signed up. And posted on wall :)
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#3
mr2009
Another contest. Thanks TPU and Biostar!!
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#4
linoliveira
I hope this US-only policy go die in hell, and these companies starve to death after doing something US-only :mad:
The rest of the world needs some love, you know?
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#6
Disruptor4
Lol didn't see US only as used to signing up to global contests. Oh well.:mad:
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james888
by: linoliveira
I hope this US-only policy go die in hell, and these companies starve to death after doing something US-only :mad:
The rest of the world needs some love, you know?
Us america's like this. Higher chances of winning.
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#8
cadaveca
My name is Dave
Pretty good board, our review will be up soon! ;)
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#9
Ronnyv1
US only? shame being here in south america :'(
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#10
Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
Considering that Facebook is a portal for the NSA and considering they practice social experiments on unwitting users perhaps TPU should review its relationship with the social media outlet.
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stinger608
Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder
by: Easy Rhino
Considering that Facebook is a portal for the NSA and considering they practice social experiments on unwitting users perhaps TPU should review its relationship with the social media outlet.
Amen to that ER!!!

FaceBook can kiss my a$$!

Why even mess with these companies and their frigging Facebook contests?????????
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