Monday, August 15th 2016

TechPowerUp and CRYORIG Announce the CRYOLYMPICS

TechPowerUp and CRYORIG and bringing down the heat this summer with CRYOLYMPICS giveaway. Three lucky winners stand to win a set of CRYORIG R1 Universal CPU Cooler and a Full 5-color Customod kit accessory for the cooler, each. The Customod kit lets you cap the fin-stacks of your R1 Universal with colorful LED-lit shrouds. To participate, simply fill in a short form, and "like" our Facebook page, if you haven't already. Good Luck!

For more information, and to participate, visit this page.
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7 Comments on TechPowerUp and CRYORIG Announce the CRYOLYMPICS

#1
ZeppMan217
Damn, that thing would probably break my motherboard if I tried to hang it vertically!
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Caring1
btarunr
TechPowerUp and CRYORIG and bringing down the heat this summer with CRYOLYMPICS
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#3
IceScreamer
That thing definitely won't fit in my case and probably will break my board, but I want it so bad.
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#4
dorsetknob
"YOUR RMA REQUEST IS CON-REFUSED"
did not get any further than
btarunr
Facebook
much as i would like to enter :) that Criteria Cannot be forefilled
No Zuckerbook Account and not ever lightly to be one
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HD64G
dorsetknob
did not get any further than


much as i would like to enter :) that Criteria Cannot be forefilled
No Zuckerbook Account and not ever lightly to be one
+1000
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#6
CAPSLOCKSTUCK
Spaced Out Lunar Tick
Nice copy of the Olympic rings.

Olympic trademarks enjoy a privileged status. The Olympic trademarks are protected by a statute over and above ordinary trademark protection. According to Rule 7 of the Olympic Charter, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) is granted ownership of the Olympic rings as well as the Olympic flag, motto, anthem, identifiers, designations, emblems, the Olympic flame and torches (the “Olympic properties”). All rights to any and all of the Olympic properties belong exclusively to the IOC, including rights to their use such as in relation to profit-making, commercial or advertising purposes.

http://www.inta.org/TrademarkBasics/FactSheets/Pages/ProtectionofOlympicTrademarks.aspx
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#7
Dan-H
I don't see any rings. I see five backwards D's.
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