I love the smell of a freshly-unboxed power supply in the morning. Don't you? I bet you do. Just in case you've missed it, we're running a contest in partnership with Corsair for a limited-edition, individually-numbered RM1000i power supply that's all dressed up in an exclusive white finish.
Corsair is throwing confetti in the air in celebration of its 10 years of making top-notch power supplies, along with the shipment of its 10-millionth unit. The company made just 100 of these limited-edition RM1000is to commemorate the occasion, and it's already sold through its allocation of those units in its online store. If you want one of these babies, our contest may be one of the only ways to get one now.
To enter, you just have to tell us 10 reasons why you deserve this ultra-special PSU. Simple enough, right? Hit up the contest page, then. We'll be accepting entries through 11:59 PM CT on Tuesday, December 6.
Like its name implies, the RM1000i offers up 1000W of output, almost entirely through a 83.3A 12-volt rail which could easily be turned into an impromptu arc welder. A total of eight PCIe power connectors, 80-Plus Gold certification, and a semi-silent mode complete the main spec sheet. Finally, the "i" at the end of the model name means you get a USB output so you can control and monitor the PSU's output. Those features make for one of the finest power supplies around, and you can get the regular RM1000i for $169.99 on Newegg now if white's not your thing.
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