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Winners of our 10,000th news post giveaway here

Three winners have been chosen!

| Contests & Giveaways News | Posted: Sep 3, 2008 7:29 am

Using a not so scientific way of drawing the winners randomly - that is, scrolling up and down a list of entrants blindly and stopping the mouse on a random person - we are excited to announce that our three winners of the TweakTown 10,000th news post giveaway have been chosen.

 

Forum user vitali wins the Prize Number 1 - MSI N9800GTX PLUS-T2D512-OC Graphics Card. We would like to thank our great friends over at MSI for supplying the prize and I am sure that vitali will now become an MSI fan boy - or at least should!

 

Forum user mr_grimm wins the Prize Number 2 - GIGABYTE GA-EP45-DS3R Motherboard (Intel P45 + ICH10R) with DES. We would like to thank our great friends over at GIGABYTE for supplying the prize and yes you too mr_grimm we're sure will become a GIGABYTE fan boy!

 

Forum user crenn wins the Prize Number 3 - Kingston KHX9200D2K2/2G HyperX DDR2-1150 CL5 Memory (2 x 1GB). We would like to thank our great friends over at Kingston Technology for supplying the prize and yes you too also crenn we're sure will become a Kingston memory fan boy!

 

Thank you to everyone who entered the competition and said great things about us - we are also looking forward to the next 10,000 posts and beyond!

 

Congratulations to the winners - you will each be contacted via email soon (through the email you used to sign up to the forums) for your contact details and the prizes will be shipped out this month!

 

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