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Competition Time: Got One? Win One!

X-ROG
Level 15
It’s competition time again and in cooperation with AMD we’ve got five ASUS Radeon HD 6870 DirectCU (EAH6870 DC/2DI2S/1GD5) cards to give-away, but, dear friends, there’s a catch:

You’ve got to have one to win one.



Who is eligible?

If you already own an AMD Radeon HD 4000, 5000 or 6000 series graphics card or AMD (socket FM1) APU
, and you either want a Radeon upgrade or a chance at trying out CrossFire (or even 3-way CrossFire!), you can enter this competition.

How to enter:

1. Download GPU Tweak and take a screenshot of your HD 4000, 5000 or 6000 series hardware like this:



If for any reason GPU Tweak doesn’t work, simply run ASUSxGPU-Z.exe from the GPU Tweak install directory and post a picture of GPU-Z alone.

2. Register or login to the ROG forums (it’s free!) and attach the picture to a reply in this thread below (showing off your overclock is always awesome, but not required).

3. Once the competition ends, we’ll put all your usernames into our ROG hat and choose five winners at random!

Now the serious bit: The Rules:

One entry per person (we do check!).
ASUS ROG reserves the right to remove entries it deems have broken the rules.
Any submitted pictures with desktop wallpaper visible in the background must be family friendly please (yes we know you guys!): no nips or adult bits in view. Removed posts equal entry disqualification.
Due to website downtime the competition closure has been moved to Sunday 25th 23:59pm (GMT).
ASUS ROG will contact the winners by forum private message/registered email address – so please make sure these are monitored.
ASUS ROG is not responsible for any customs charges or taxes – please check if you are liable before entering.
No cash or hardware alternative is on offer, only the boxed EAH6870 DC/2DI2S/1GD5.
EAH6870 DC/2DI2S/1GD5 requires two PCI-Express 6-pin power connectors and compatible space above (due to heatsink) and below (due to dual-slot design) in your case – please make sure you have the space available before entering.

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For me the psu doesn't block the fan of the card in the lower slot since its fan is in the end of the card 🙂

Granger
Level 10
Finally got around to taking some pics.
Added a fan on the bottome of the case to make sure the second card gets enough air (actually doesn't go a lot above 55° Sapphire card above it tends to hit 65-70° (I OC'ed the Sapphire to 915mhz to match the Asus)

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I know its a little dusty and the cable management isnt perfect, but BF3 maxed out tends to make me forget about details like that 🙂


Thanks again Asus, awesome card from a great company 🙂