Win an MSI P45 Platinum Motherboard with Overclock3D

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Win an MSI P45 Platinum Motherboard

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MSI P45 Platinum MSI and Overclock3D have teamed up to offer all of our members and readers the chance to win a high-end, energy efficient Intel P45 based motherboard. Packed with features such as RapidBoost (for easy overclocking), XpressCool (to keep things running at optimal temperatures) and native support for DDR2-1200, the MSI P45 Platinum has racked up awards from sites around the world.
 
Entry is simple and open to all, with only a single question between you and a chance of winning a sexy new motherboard for your system! Simply register on our forums, login and then submit your answer to the question below. The winner will be announced in the OC3D Forums on the 27th of November. Good luck!
 
Rules & Regs
 
• Only one entry per person. Usernames will be checked.
• Competition is open to both members and readers. Registration required.
• Competition ends Thursday 27th November 2008 at 11:00am GMT.
• Normal forum and website terms and conditions apply to your entries.
• One entry will be picked at random to be the winner.
• Overclock3D reserves the right to refuse entries.
 
Step One:
 
Register
 
Step Two:

Q: MSI's P45 Platinum is just one in a long line of DrMOS equipped motherboards. MSI's unique DrMOS is a server class component that delivers high power efficiency, extra low temperatures, allowing the stability needed for extreme overclocking. But what is DrMos actually short for? Clue
 
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Most Recent Comments

21-10-2008, 08:35:19

PV5150
In-Win has released their latest chassis aimed towards the gamer called the MATRIX.

Details in the news article

21-10-2008, 08:43:32

Rastalovich
Quite a curious micro atx case.

The partition cooling tech thing is essentially something that slots over the top of a stock intel cooler and seperates the air blown downwards (to the cpu) from being drawn back and blown down again.

Dunno about this one tbh.

21-10-2008, 15:12:35

Yeungster
There's something about this case that I like the look of. Probably the white more than anything and the simplistic look????

PV - The press release isn't working atm,

21-10-2008, 17:56:23

Youngie1337
Amazing case tbh :D.

21-10-2008, 18:26:38

llwyd
"Efficient air flow design and a 6cm fan for the hard drive"

Sorry all I read there was *screeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeech*

Case looks ok, couldve and shouldve gone simpler still with the exterior appearence. Anything on the RRP? or is it in one of the links im not reading
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