TR’s 12 days of giveaways, day eight: A PC care package from Corsair

Today brings us to day eight of TR's 12 days of giveaways. First, though, we'll announce the winner of yesterday's Monoprice bundle. Brian Davis, you're the proud new owner of a Monoprice Enthusiast Backlit Full Size Red Switch Mechanical Keyboard and a XL Precision Gaming Surface. Congratulations, Brian. Look for a message soon from our business guy, Adam Eiberger, with instructions on how to claim your prize. Thanks again to Monoprice for making yesterday's giveaway happen.

For today's giveaway, Corsair has stepped up again with another bundle that will let your other PC components know you really care about them. This bundle includes a Carbide Series Air 540 Silver Edition case, a Hydro Series H110i GTX 280mm liquid CPU cooler, and a RMx Series RM750x PSU. The total value of this bundle is $399.97 on Newegg right now.

If you wrapped up the Corsair Air 540 case and put it under the tree, its figure would look the part of a perfect Christmas present. This case's dual-chamber design helps get cool air directly to your CPU, graphics card, and motherboard. Storage devices and the power supply get a chamber of their own.

The huge Corsair H110i GTX liquid CPU cooler is a perfect way to take advantage of all the space inside the Air 540. This 280-mm radiator is unapologetic about its goal of keeping your CPU as cool as possible, as quietly as possible.

Whose PC needs frankincense and myrrh? Corsair's RM750x power supply brings the gold that your system really wants for Christmas. This unit has an 80 Plus Gold certification, fully-modular cabling, and a semi-silent fan that doesn't kick in until the PSU really needs it.

If you've already entered our contest and haven't won anything yet, you're already eligible to win this bundle. If you haven't entered or need to catch up on what's happening, check out the rules and details in our introductory post, and enter using the form on that page. Good luck.

Colton Westrate

I post Shortbread, I host BBQs, I tell stories, and I strive to keep folks happy.

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    • credible
    • 4 years ago

    Now that’s a nice present:)

    • EndlessWaves
    • 4 years ago

    When do the first 80 Plus Frakincense power supplies launch?

      • eofpi
      • 4 years ago

      Before 80 Plus Myrrh.

    • Shinare
    • 4 years ago

    I’m starting to wonder if I answered incorrectly…

    🙂

      • Walkintarget
      • 4 years ago

      Hah, you too !?? Did you answer the # between four and six ?

        • tipoo
        • 4 years ago

        Maybe…I feel a little more sane now. I discounted the sidebar stories about it and only counted the reviews.

        • nanoflower
        • 4 years ago

        I did but I still have to wonder if that was incorrect. 😉 How else can I explain not winning any of these prizes?

    • danw
    • 4 years ago

    This would be a very nice upgrade to my current system, better cooling and power would be very nice!

      • vargis14
      • 4 years ago

      Gratz…Enjoy the swag!

    • Walkintarget
    • 4 years ago

    I really dig the Carbide series cases. I still have an Ultra Micro Fly case in use as my HTPC, but would love to upgrade to a Carbide series. Also props to Corsair for an easy RMA process with my H80 and its pump cavitation issue.

    • StaticFX
    • 4 years ago

    Nice package!

      • nanoflower
      • 4 years ago

      Thanks. Though the real thanks go to my parents genes.

      Oh, that’s a nice set of gifts too.

      • w76
      • 4 years ago

      Very nice, I’d have to look at the inside but I bet that case can fit a ton of HDD’s. It’d have me trying to see if I could tear the guts out of a Dell Poweredge T20 Xeon server I picked up cheap a few weeks back and transplant them in to that.

        • eofpi
        • 4 years ago

        Depending on your definition of a ton of HDDs, you’d lose that bet. It only holds 2 3.5″, 2 5.25″, and 4 2.5″.

          • nanoflower
          • 4 years ago

          I noticed that. It’s a real drawback for me to have so few 3.5″ drive slots available. I’m not sure why they had so much space and decided to only only for a couple of 3.5″ drives other than the fact that they decided not to put any fans in that section.

            • eofpi
            • 4 years ago

            Indeed, it seems like an awful waste of space.

            • JustAnEngineer
            • 4 years ago

            Looking at the massive size of most of Corsair’s cases, one wonders if they’re compensating for something.

            The Carbide Series Air 540 in this giveaway takes up 3851 cubic inches = 63 liters. That’s 40% larger than the Carbide Series 200R’s [url=http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811139018<]45 liters[/url<]. Both accept ATX motherboards.

            • nanoflower
            • 4 years ago

            It’s strange since I have the much smaller Corsair 300R and it has a five 3.5″ drive bay and a seperate three 5″ drive bay, plus two slots on the back side for 2.5″ SSDs. So much more space for storage in a case that’s about half the width of this case.

      • derFunkenstein
      • 4 years ago

      That’s…

      what she said.

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