Congratulations, Sunil Goda. You should be getting an e-mail from Adam Eiberger, TR's biz guy, with instructions on how to proceed any moment now. You need to respond by the end of the day on Monday, February 28, or we'll be forced to draw another winner from our pool of eligible contestants.
Once again, we'd like to thank Asus for making this giveaway possible by providing TR with this rather swanky GeForce GTX 460 1GB. Asus has fitted the card with its DirectCU cooler, which should enable lower temperatures than Nvidia's stock cooler, and souped it up with enhanced voltage tweaking capabilities—good news if Sunil ever feels like doing some overclocking.
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