Friday, September 3rd 2021

TechPowerUp and Fractal Design Lumen AIO Giveaway

TechPowerUp and Fractal Design introduce the Lumen series AIO CPU cooler Giveaway. The Lumen series of color-matched AIO coolers feature the latest generation AIO technology, and fans with the latest bearing technology. Open to participants from the Continental United States and Canada; four lucky winners stand a chance to bring home a Lumen series CPU cooler, each. These include the Lumen S36 RGB, Lumen S28 RGB, Lumen S24 RGB, and Lumen S24. All you need to do is to fill up a short form that helps us get back to you if you've won! All the best!

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32 Comments on TechPowerUp and Fractal Design Lumen AIO Giveaway

#1
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Heres my entry for one of you US/NA brothers.

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#2
dyonoctis
mmh. So, the European department of Fractal doesn't like giveaway? there's isn't a single E.U tech website that I follow that does giveaway...
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#3
TheLostSwede
dyonoctismmh. So, the European department of Fractal doesn't like giveaway? there's isn't a single E.U tech website that I follow that does giveaway...
They're a Swedish company, so HQ is in Europe, well, Scandinavia...
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#4
Tomgang
Oh bummer. Us regions only. Sad European noises.
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#5
Blaylock
I've entered. Thanks again TPU for hosting this.
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#6
Tardian
And I thought I only had tickets on myself? Two in this!

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#7
Xex360
It'd be better if the writer mentioned that the giveaway is limited to the US.
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#8
Khonjel
I thought TechPowerUp was German (along with Guru3D)? But it does mostly north america only giveaways nowadays. I remember I joined this site (after almost a year of being a lurking visitor reading comment section of news pieces. Creepy I know) to join a rare giveaway that was also available for Asians. One indian guy was on the winner's list iirc.
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#10
Chomiq
Xex360It'd be better if the writer mentioned that the giveaway is limited to the US.
Open to participants from the Continental United States and Canada
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#11
Arcdar
yeah.... sadly :( .... again not for EU or outside of "continental US/Canada"
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#12
thegnome
Too bad it's only in USA/Canada. Good thing is that these AIOs are much cheaper than expected while offering great RGB and performance. For sure going into my next build/upgrade if there isn't an even better option.
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#13
Caring1
Once again thanks for nothing.
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#14
Chaitanya
Entered it even though I live in India, I do have friends in US who can use new cooling for their PCs.
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#15
P4-630
KhonjelGuru3D
Guru 3D is maintained by a Dutch guy and W1zz is German yes.
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#16
lexluthermiester
dyonoctismmh. So, the European department of Fractal doesn't like giveaway? there's isn't a single E.U tech website that I follow that does giveaway...
That's because the EU has very strict laws concerning sweepstakes and giveaways. Makes running them dubious at best.
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#17
TheOne
I signed up, but I don't do social media.
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#18
TheDeeGee
I want a clear side panel for my define 7.
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#20
Dragokar
Good giveaway, even if I am in the EU. Thanks for sharing.
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#21
Udyr
dyonoctismmh. So, the European department of Fractal doesn't like giveaway? there's isn't a single E.U tech website that I follow that does giveaway...
Hexus? UK and EU
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#22
RealKGB
Cool, signed up!
How exactly do you share the contest to get extra tickets? It's not clear.
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#23
Athlonite
Open to participants from the Continental United States and Canada

Boooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.............................................. :slap: :nutkick: :banghead:
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#24
Tardian
I live in Australia the 51st state of the USA. We are also the Western/Big Island of New Zealand. The competition included us, as I got two tickets. I could have got more but I don't use Facebook and I leave tweeting to the birds, who are the other dinosaur remnants around here.
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#25
zlobby
lexluthermiesterThat's because the EU has very strict laws concerning sweepstakes and giveaways. Makes running them dubious at best.
Although I disagree with that particular statement in general, it does make me wonder if companies actually suffer more from the negative backlash from TPU community? Is it worth it at the end?

They basically annoy 1/2 of the TPU population (me incl.) hoping to boost their image? That's like pissing against the wind with extra steps.

@W1zzard - can you please apply a Geo-IP filter in your scripts for such gimped giveaways, so that guys like me don't feel purposefully excluded, i.e. limit the visibility of gimped giveaways only to guys whose IP addresses match the country of eligibility?

I was once excluded from a school candy giveaway (I was too fat and they didn't want me to get even fatter) and from that moment something snapped in me. I'm now the living human reincarnation of a sociopathic Chupacabra just because of something trivial.
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