Tuesday, July 21st 2020

TechPowerUp and Montech Announce Summer Giveaway

TechPowerUp partners with Montech to bring you the TechPowerUp-Montech Summer Giveaway. Montech is an emerging AAA gaming PC hardware brand with top-tier gaming PC cases, power supplies, case fans, and gaming peripherals, with a vast product line under development. The company made its intentions crystal with premium cases, 80 Plus Gold-rated full-modular power supplies, and case fans with the latest impeller and bearing designs. As part of the TechPowerUp-Montech Summer Giveaway, nine lucky winners from the Continental United States stand a chance to bring home some cool Montech gear.

Three lucky winners get a Montech Air X (black+mesh) mid-tower case, each, that packs a pair of large 200 mm front intake fans that build positive air pressure along with a rear 120 mm exhaust, and give you a wealth of storage, cable-management, and liquid cooling preparation. Three other lucky winners get a Montech Gamma II 650 W, a top-shelf full-modular power supply that's 80 Plus Gold rated, offers APFC, DC-to-DC switching, flat ribbon cables, and a noise optimized 120 mm fan. Lastly, three lucky winners get a Montech Beta 550 W PSU, which covers all the bases for a gaming PC, providing all the essential connectivity for a stable single GPU build, with 80 Plus Bronze efficiency. So that's 9 lucky winners, and 9 pieces of Montech hardware to go. Open for entries from the Continental US (excluding Alaska), the giveaway runs till July 30. To participate, simply fill up a short form that helps us contact you if you've won.

For more information and to participate, visit this page.
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5 Comments on TechPowerUp and Montech Announce Summer Giveaway

#1
GoldenX
Continental US


Good luck to the participants.
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#2
W1zzard
GoldenX
Continental US
I know .. we keep telling them, but ultimately it's not our decision
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kiriakost
I will be interested about Montech Cases when they will get in to Full-tower market, in which it does blend correctly requirements for many optical drives, and many Hard drives among cooling.
So far they lacking design skills about the cleaning of the front dust filter and they should improve rabidly if they care to compete agaist the very mature Thermaltake in Taiwan.

Core V71 this is a good example of engineering , but not perfect either ... Made of plastic HDD caddy ? This is wrong choice for cooling down HDD.
www.thermaltake.com/core-v71.html
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