Just a quick reminder that this is still happening: I built the Skylake Damagebox out of some of the best parts available from Cooler Master, Asus, and Kingston HyperX—and we're giving it away. The system is a beast, and looks pretty nice. Like so:
I believe its total retail value is somewhere north of three grand.
I've neglected an important factor when posting beauty shots like the one above. This Damagebox also includes the CMStorm QuickFire XTi with Cherry MX Green switches; it is Perhaps the Best Keyboard in the World.
Plus a HyperX headset and a CMStorm Xornet II mouse.
To win, you only need to draw a comic—artistic merit not required—and enter it in this forum thread.
Here's one of the latest entries, which is so very TR that I can't begin to express the depths of it.
As I said, artistic skills are not required. Give it a shot if you can!
|Gigabyte SA-SBCAP3350 puts formidable power on a single board||6|
|Alphacool Eisblock HDX-2 and HDX-3 help M.2 SSDs beat the heat||5|
|Corsair Lighting Pro Expansion Kit lets builders turn up the lights||7|
|Adata D16750 power bank is tougher than the average juice pack||10|
|Deals of the week: fast memory, an AM4 motherboard, and more||13|
|Corsair RMx White Series PSUs take a walk on the snowy side||22|
|Intel crams 100 GFLOPS of neural-net inferencing onto a USB stick||38|
|Toshiba's XG5 1TB NVMe SSD reviewed||9|
|Microsoft and Johnson Controls put Cortana in a thermostat||25|
|I finally understand the stupid bling RGBLED industry now. It's not that people want it all the bling but that if they saturate the market with rainbo...||+16|