The time has come to announce the winner of our latest giveaway. XFX's Radeon HD 6850 Black Edition is the prize this time around, and we've drawn one lucky winner from over 2,100 entries. Congratulations, Victor Chan, you're teh win! An email from our biz guy, Adam Eiberger, should be waiting in your inbox. Victor has until the end of the day Monday, May 2, to claim his prize. If he doesn't, we'll draw a new winner from the existing pool of entries.
If you didn't win, you can always pick up the very same card for around $200 online. With 820MHz core and 1100MHz memory clocks, the Black Edition is a little bit faster than your average 6850, whose clocks default to 775MHz and 1000MHz, respectively. XFX also covers its offering with a "double lifetime" warranty that applies beyond the first resale.
In the last little while, we've given away three XFX graphics cards and another three PSUs. Thanks to XFX for providing the hardware for these giveaways and to everyone who entered.
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