And The Winner is ....
rs4 | Hannibal! We wish you a lot of fun with the board and stable hours for two. Our thanks go to everyone who took part and it was certainly not the last action of this kind. So, what's the name of it? Stay tuned!
In line with our review of the VIA KT333, we can present you with a small competition in cooperation with EPoX, in which it is nothing less than the test winner and one of the fastest Socket A boards par excellence currently to get hold of: The EP-8K3A + in the raid version.
What do you have to do for this win? Write us an email with your nickname, with which you will find yourself on Sunday, June 16, 2002 at 8:00 p.m. in our IRC channel #computerbase in Quakenet. We will then announce the winner there. If the first participant is not present, the second wins, etc. We want to refrain from a direct raffle by email, as there are always smart people who want to take away the chance of victory with a hodgepodge of addresses from fair participants. The deadline for sending your emails is Sunday, June 16, 2002 at 4:00 pm.
If you want to find out more about the board, please do so in our article or directly at EPoX . Those of you who have no idea what IRC is and how to get there should drop by here . Employees of ComputerBase.de and their relatives are excluded from the competition.
On the one hand, since a random number draw does not take forever, we decided to use theThe deadline for entries to be postponed to 19:30. On the other hand, we have been increasingly asked whether you have to be present on IRC at 8:00 p.m. not only in terms of connections but also mentally. It is enough to be on IRC at this point, otherwise our protection against multiple emails would be practically ineffective. In this respect, the presence of the nick is compulsory . In the end, we don't care whether you're sitting in front of the computer or not. It would certainly be nice to be able to personally congratulate the winner!