Axagon Riddle (7/2024). Can you guess what’s in the photo?

In cooperation with Axagon, we have prepared a cyclical activity for this year, which may be of interest to HWCooling readers. We’ll post a detail of some piece of hardware and you can guess what it is. You can compete (and eventually win something) on a regular basis, with a new challenge every month. But for now, you need to get “to the next round” through the next one, in July. Read more “Axagon Riddle (7/2024). Can you guess what’s in the photo?” »

Tell us “which one it is” and win the MSI B760M Gaming Plus WiFi

There is a motherboard for the Intel LGA 1700 platform that is left over from our tests, and you can compete for it. The format (of the competition) will be quite unconventional, but we believe, attractive. The correct solution, consisting of two elements, must be completed with a quick response at the end. The latter is crucial for winning the MSI B760M Gaming Plus WiFi. The first one to successfully respond is the winner. Read more “Tell us “which one it is” and win the MSI B760M Gaming Plus WiFi” »

Axagon Riddle (6/2024). Can you guess what’s in the photo?

In cooperation with Axagon, we have prepared a cyclical activity for this year, which may be of interest to HWCooling readers. We’ll post a detail of some piece of hardware and you can guess what it is. You can compete (and eventually win something) on a regular basis, with a new challenge every month. But for now, you need to get “to the next round” through the next one, in June. Read more “Axagon Riddle (6/2024). Can you guess what’s in the photo?” »

Axagon Riddle (5/2024). Can you guess what’s in the photo?

In cooperation with Axagon, we have prepared a cyclical activity for this year, which may be of interest to HWCooling readers. We’ll post a detail of some piece of hardware and you can guess what it is. You can compete (and eventually win something) on a regular basis, with a new challenge every month. But for now, you need to get “to the next round” through the next one, in May. Read more “Axagon Riddle (5/2024). Can you guess what’s in the photo?” »

Enermax contest bonus: You’ll also get fans with the PSU

The ongoing contest for Enermax PSUs is now even more attractive. You can also enter for fans, which we will be happy to add to the package for the winner. And also for free. In their case, we don’t even require them to be paired with the main build (with the Enermax PSU). You can use them as you see fit in some other computer where they will do a better job than gathering dust on the shelves of our testlab. Read more “Enermax contest bonus: You’ll also get fans with the PSU” »

Axagon Riddle (4/2024). Can you guess what’s in the photo?

In cooperation with Axagon, we have prepared a cyclical activity for this year, which may be of interest to HWCooling readers. We’ll post a detail of some piece of hardware and you can guess what it is. You can compete (and eventually win something) on a regular basis, with a new challenge every month. But for now, you need to get “to the next round” through the next one, in April. Read more “Axagon Riddle (4/2024). Can you guess what’s in the photo?” »

Want an extra short ATX PSU? Enermax is giving some away

In cooperation with Enermax, we are organizing an activity where you can win one Revolution D.F. 12 PSU in any variant. 750 W or 850 W? Black, white? It doesn’t matter, whichever you choose for your build. The only condition is that you make the best use of its unique feature in the form of an extra short design. These are the shortest PSUs in the ATX format, and in this case, they also feature the latest ATX 3.1 standard. Read more “Want an extra short ATX PSU? Enermax is giving some away” »

Axagon Riddle (3/2024). Can you guess what’s in the photo?

In cooperation with Axagon, we have prepared a cyclical activity for this year, which may be of interest to HWCooling readers. We’ll post a detail of some piece of hardware and you can guess what it is. You can compete (and eventually win something) on a regular basis, with a new challenge every month. But for now, you need to get “to the next round” through the next one, in March. Read more “Axagon Riddle (3/2024). Can you guess what’s in the photo?” »

Axagon Riddle (2/2024). Can you guess what’s in the photo?

In cooperation with Axagon, we have prepared a cyclical activity for this year, which may be of interest to HWCooling readers. We’ll post a detail of some piece of hardware and you can guess what it is. You can compete (and eventually win something) on a regular basis, with a new challenge every month. But for now, you need to get “to the next round” through the next one, in February. Read more “Axagon Riddle (2/2024). Can you guess what’s in the photo?” »

Axagon Riddle (1/2024). Can you guess what’s in the photo?

Can you tell from the detail photo what hardware it is? Years ago you were very good at it, now it might be a bit more complicated, we’ll make it even harder. But we know you’re inquisitive and you like a challenge. The most successful solvers will again be rewarded with the chance to choose any Axagon products. This will already be relatively easy given the wide portfolio of practical ones. Read more “Axagon Riddle (1/2024). Can you guess what’s in the photo?” »

Fractal Design Flex 2 for free. First to write wins

Since we have no use for the Flex 2 holders from our recent review and also, FD doesn’t want them back, we’re giving them away. To readers who can take advantage of vertical mounting of the graphics card. There are only two available (black and white), so speed is of the essence. The first person to respond to this challenge gets to pick the colour, the second person will be sent the one left if they wish, and the third person in row is already writing late. Read more “Fractal Design Flex 2 for free. First to write wins” »

Win a DeepCool (PX1000G) PSU for powerful builds

If you are planning on building a more powerful PC with higher power draw, take a pause. In exchange for a moment of your time (to answer quick hardware questions), you can win a 1000W DeepCool power supply. That’s just enough to efficiently run an “unrestrained” Core i9-14900K CPU with a GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card. You can already connect the latter with a single connector, as the PX1000G is an ATX 3.0 power supply. Read more “Win a DeepCool (PX1000G) PSU for powerful builds” »

How well do you know MSI coolers? CoreLiquid E360 giveaway

In collaboration with MSI, we’ve prepared a quick quiz for you to enter to win the MEG CoreLiquid E360, a powerful AIO liquid cooler with a 360-millimeter radiator. The only requirement is to correctly answer three questions that will either test the insight you have when it comes to MSI cooling stuff, or complement it. Either way, it’s not going to be anything complicated. Read more “How well do you know MSI coolers? CoreLiquid E360 giveaway” »

BeQuiet!: Cases for gamers – What are the important features?

We’ve got hold of a document that is a sort of list of features that BeQuiet! thinks you should think about when choosing a case for a gaming PC build. To what extent one can agree with it is probably individual (users’ priorities are different and some people have very specific requirements). In any case, these are materials that also give an insight into what a leading case manufacturer considers important and what questions they ask when designing. Read more “BeQuiet!: Cases for gamers – What are the important features?” »

Guess a fan vibration variance and win anything Endorfy

Can you guess how big the difference in vibration can be between the “best” and “worst” piece of the inexpensive Endorfy Stratus 120 PWM fan? We’ll take a look at this in the future, and your job will be to guess as accurately as possible. As a reward, whoever comes closest to the correct answer will receive any “cooling” product from Endorfy. In the case of smaller items, the prize can also be made up of multiple items. Read more “Guess a fan vibration variance and win anything Endorfy” »

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