One lucky TR reader has won an XFX Pro Series 750W power supply, which we're giving out as part of a three-week, one-contest-a-week PSU giveaway in partnership with XFX. The winner this week is Jay Thacker, who was randomly drawn out of 436 entries and correctly answered our two skill-testing questions.
Jay, you should have an e-mail from TR biz guy Adam Eiberger in your inbox. You'll need to get back to us within the next 72 hours; otherwise, you will forfeit your prize and we'll have to draw another winner.
XFX's Pro Series 750W is a rather handsome-looking unit, as you can see above. It features a single 12V rail, an 80 Plus Bronze badge, official support for both AMD and Nvidia multi-GPU schemes, a five-year warranty, and purportedly quiet cooling.
Once again, we'd like to thank both XFX for providing the PSU and TR's faithful readers for participating. We're got one more XFX PSU to give out, so sit tight—we'll announce the details tomorrow.
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