Would you like a healthy dollop of creamy smoothness as part of your Christmas holiday? If you already own one of Asus' nifty 144Hz VG248QE monitors, we may be able to help you out.
Nvidia has offered us some do-it-yourself kits that will add G-Sync capability to this Asus gaming monitor, and we're giving them away to five lucky readers.
This is the same module being sold in limited quantities via a handful of system builders.
Since we'll be shipping you a kit to modify a particular display, this giveaway has some very specific entry requirements. Basically, your system has to be ready to accept the upgrade module, and you have to be willing to provide feedback on your experience with it. Here are the specifics:
If you meet the requirements, go to this forum thread to sign up. Please note that you must enter in the forum thread and not here in the comments. The thread has more info about how to enter and the nitty-gritty giveaway regulations.
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