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  1. CPU: Intel Core i5 2500K @ 4.5 (Trash voltages)

    Motherboard: Asrock P67 Extreme 6

    Ram: 8GB Corsair Vengeance 1600

    GPU: Radeon HD 6950 2GB Unlocked, Also did "The Mod" from OCN.

    Boot Drive: Two Random 2.5" Sata drives in RAID 0, 220GB (SSD died, again)

    Storage Drive: Western Digital 1TB Caviar Blue

    Case: Corsair Obsidian 800D

    CPU Cooling: Noctua NH-D14

    PSU: XFX Pro 1250W

    Optical: LiteOn iHAS 524 B W/BurnerMAX firmware

    Monitor: Samsung BX2450

    Keyboard: Logitech G510

    Mouse: Logitech G500

    Sound Card: X-Fi Titanium

    Headset: Steelseries Siberia V2


    Country: United States

  2. Depends on what you'll be doing with it. If you are just gaming and doing typical tasks, then the 2500K is your cpu, but If you are into Folding, or do a lot of video encoding, basically anything that uses a lot of cpu threads, you wil see a fairly good increase in those applications due to the 2700K having hyperthreading.

    As far as motherboards go, it all depends on your budget.

  3. lol here's a small picture gallery for Mr. Bosco. Sorry for the picture quality, the only thing I have to take pics with is my phone. It seems it isnt so wonderful at indoor pics. Oh, and this will be COMPLETE 56k death.


    Starting with the PSU box. XFX sure knows how to make an attractive package.




    The reverse side of the box




    Cables. From left to right: Molex to dual 4 pin Floppy, Three SATA power cables with 3 connectors per cable, 8 pin CPU power, two Molex cables( left one has 2 connectors, right one has 3), and three PCI-E power cables, with TWO 6 + 2 pin connectors PER CABLE. Ive already used a 4 + 4 pin cpu power cable, the 20 + 4 pin mobo cable, a SATA power cable, molex cable, and one of the four PCI-E cables. Talk about connectivity. I could easily power 3 more 6970's with this beast.




    Pic of the psu after being installed.




    And a pic of the available slots. That equates to six 8 pin PCI-E connectors, five more molex, 9 more Sata, another 8 pin cpu cable, and 2 floppy cables (whoever uses floppy anymore :P)




    And a size comparison of my old mouse pad vs the War Pad. Its almost TOO big :wacko: But I absolutely LOVE the edgeless support feature. No more imprints in my forearm from the desk edge.




    If you need any more pics lemme know :P

  4. How were you guys shipped your winnings? USPS/Fedex/UPS?

    I ask because I have a locked mailbox for mail that usps uses but fedex and ups just drop them at my door same as AddictedGamer93.


    Id say its always gonna be either UPS or FedEx. Every component ive ever ordered came by UPS. XFX ships via FedEx though, so I know for sure that the driver wont take the effort to walk the half mile and drop it on my porch like my UPS driver does.

  5. Can I possibly get a tracking number when the company ships my stuff out? I feel like im asking too much, but Its important that I know when a package may arrive, or else the package will be left unguarded beside a gate for what may be hours, and possibly in the rain. This is the only time I have ever won anything from OCC, I treasure that package :wub:

  6. I am going to start sending emails out tonight to companies to start shipping stuff.


    Due to Holidays, CES etc, prizes might take a bit. Some of you will get stuff quickly others will not but I will make every effort to get you yours stuff as quickly as possible.


    No need to contact me unless you moved since you submitted your entry :lol:


    Can you PM me what you have as my address? I wanna make 100% sure its right. And I was under the impression that YOU already had the prizes, lol.

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