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Aussie Only Weekly Giveaway: BitFenix Christmas Giveaway powered by Altech Computers

Win one Colossus black and one Survivor thanks to Altech Computers!

Cameron Wilmot | Dec 1, 2010 at 9:49 am CST (1 min, 14 secs time to read)

We have teamed up with BitFenix and Altech Computers their exclusive distributors in Australia to giveaway one Colossus black case and one Survivor case to two lucky Australian Edition readers.

Aussie Only Weekly Giveaway: BitFenix Christmas Giveaway powered by Altech Computers |

Introducing Colossus - the PC chassis for the uncompromising enthusiast. Offering unmatched expandability, security, and cooling all wrapped up in a modern and elegant body, Colossus represents months of intensive research, product development, and meticulous design. The result is a chassis like no other; a chassis that serves as an ideal enclosure for the most colossal gaming rigs.

Ruggedized features combined with elegant styling, Survivor is a new paradigm in chassis design. Engineered for the mobile digital warrior, comes fully equipped with BitFenix S2™ security, an innovative carrying handle that hides away when not in use, and full compatibility with extra-long graphics cards. BitFenix's SofTouch™ coating helps the system resist a few bumps on the way to the LAN party, and balanced airflow means Survivor remains cool and stable in the heat of battle. All of this is geared to help you dominate at your next LAN event, rather than worrying about if your hardware will survive the day.

Head on over to our forum giveaway page to find out how to win one! ( For this weekly prize, only Australian readers can enter! You don't pay the shipping charges. If you have friends or family with an Australian address, they can accept the prize for you enabling you to enter.

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