Author: HP - Date: - Manufacture: Noctua - Giveaway: NH-L9i & NH-D14
Designed in Austria, Noctua's premium cooling components are internationally renowned for their superb quietness, exceptional performance and thoroughgoing quality. Having received more than 3000 awards and recommendations from leading hardware websites and magazines, Noctua's fans and heatsinks are chosen by more than a hundred thousand satisfied customers around the globe.
UPDATE: CONTEST CLOSED - Winners Have Been Emailed.
We have teamed up with Noctua who are giving away some of their fantastic CPU coolers including their flagship air cooler NH-D14 and their low profile cooler NH-L9i. Both the NH-D14 and NH-L9i received the Editor's Choice award in our exclusive review a few weeks ago which you can check out here NH-D14 & NH-L9i Review. If you are not sure whether one of these products will fit in your case then head over here for the specifications NH-D14 & NH-L9i Specifications.
For this giveaway, there will be two lucky winners who will have the chance to take home one of these Noctua products. Entry details below.
How To Win?
You want to win, don't you? Well, here's what you have to do in order to win.
- Since Noctua doesn't have an official Facebook page, you have to follow Noctua on Twitter and/or subscribe to their YouTube channel, if you are not already. This is Noctua's Twitter Page and this Noctua's YouTube Page.
- Respond with a comment in this post saying why you want to win and what would you like to see in the future from Noctua.
- The winners will be selected randomly and they will be notified via email the day after the contest ends. If you don't receive an email it means you didn't win.
- Once the winners are notified, they will be asked to provide shipping information.
- One entry per person is allowed so play nice. If we find out that you have submitted more than one entry, you will be disqualified. We will match IPs per entry if we suspect that someone is abusing it.
- The contest ends February 16th 2014 @ 12pm EST.
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