Cooler Master and OCAU Contest!

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Hardware' started by Agg, Apr 2, 2013.

  1. Fai

    Fai Member

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    1. The Recon gaming mouse has a choice of 800, 1600, 3200, 4000 dpi on-the-fly.

    2. The Sirus gaming headset has 8 discrete speaker channel pairs of front, rear, center, and sub.

    3. The Cooler Master mechanical keyboards comes in a choice of 3 different Cherry MX switches - Red, Blue and Brown.

    4. The Scout 2 gaming case comes in a single colour, Midnight Black.

    5. It would be a great feeling to win something but I will not be keeping the prize, instead I'll be handing it straight over to my little brother :)
     
  2. Mean Machine

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    1. 800, 1600, 3200, 4000 dpi on-the-fly
    2. 8 channels
    3. Red / Blue / Brown
    4. 1 (Midnight Black)
    5. I would like Cooler Master to challenge my belief in that Antec makes the best cases and Logitech makes the best peripherals. I want to be wowed and be shown first hand that Cooler master can run with the big boys of the gaming industry. If they can do that... they will forever earn a place on my workbench.
     
  3. MUTMAN

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    800 1600 3200 4000 dpi's
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    Red Blue Brown
    #1 (Midnight Black)
    to make up for the COOLER MASTER RP-550-PCAR PSU I purchased because it was going to be very quite. instead what i got was "Tower, this is RP-55--PCAR, taxied and ready for takeoff". seriously, the thing could be heard by the deaf people next door. gimme a prize and i'll stop telling everyone how loud that bastard psu was :thumbup:
     
  4. kingwang26

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    1. 800, 1600, 3200, 4000 dpi on-the-fly
    2. 8 channels
    3. Red / Blue / Brown
    4. 1 Midnight Black
    5. LOL
     
  5. djstarburst

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    1. 800, 1600, 3200, 4000 dpi on the fly
    2. 8 channel
    3. Red, blue and brown
    4. One Midnight black
    5. I enjoy all gaming peripherals and find that mine are dating now and buttons now longer work. I enjoy gaming and reading your forums. Be a treat to experience one of these devices and give them a go
     
  6. I)ickie

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    1. 800, 1600, 3200, 4000 dpi on-the-fly
    2. 8 discrete speaker channel pairs (delivering 5.1 surround)
    3. Red / Blue / Brown
    4. 1 (Midnight Black)
    5. Because I'm still using my coolermaster stacker 810 from 2005! Alternatively I am absolutely dying to try a mechanical keyboard!
     
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  7. EL KaBong

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    1. 800, 1600, 3200, 4000 dpi on-the-fly
    2. 8 discrete speaker channel pairs of front, rear, center, and sub
    3. SGK-4020-GKCR1(Red switch), SGK-4020-GKCM1(Brown switch), SGK-4020-GKCL1(Blue switch)
    4. 1 - Midnight Black
    5. 'cause they'll be great for my next upgrade.
     
  8. snoopy

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    1. 800, 1600, 3200, 4000 dpi on-the-fly
    2. 8 discreet channels
    3. Red / Blue / Brown
    4. 1 (Midnight Black)
    5. I'm too poor to buy any of this gear :(
     
  9. goodlet

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    1. 800, 1600, 3200, 4000 dpi on-the-fly
    2. 8 channels that are discrete.
    3. Bluey, Redy, Browny.
    4. 1 Midnight Black
    5. Because everything else I own needs an upgrade, just hit five years old, and this would help a lot! :)
     
  10. Bill_gw

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    1. 800, 1600, 3200, 4000 dpi on-the-fly
    2. 8 channels
    3. Red / Blue / Brown
    4. 1 (Midnight Black)
    5. Well having established that I can cut and paste, all I can offer is that I am 67 in May. That I taught myself Office 2010, up from 2003, and now facing the prospect of learning a new version of Internet Explorer, I have done what my son told me to do switched to Firefox.
    And my Shuttle expired last year. Also the earphones I pinched from QUANTAS don't fit
    Bill
     
  11. Cool Barn

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    1. 800, 1600, 3200, 4000 dpi on-the-fly
    2. 8 channels
    3. Red / Blue / Brown
    4. 1 (Midnight Black)
    5. Because I'm holding a thermal detonator!
     
  12. s9131514

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    1. Avago 3090 optical sensor with 800-4000 dpi (800, 1600, 3200, 4000 dpi on-the-fly)
    2. 8 discrete channels
    3. Red / Blue / Brown (white backlight)
    4. 1 (Midnight Black)
    5. Because I was on team Orangered
     
  13. drunkontea

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    1. 800, 1600, 3200, 4000 dpi on-the-fly
    2. 8 channels
    3. Red / Blue / Brown
    4. 1 (Midnight Black)
    5. Because I asked you nicely.
     
  14. mcrow5

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    1. 800, 1600, 3200, 4000 dpi on-the-fly
    2. 8 channels
    3. Red / Blue / Brown
    4. 1 (Midnight Black)
    5. I'm a poor TAFE student with no time for a job, and no income for at least 10 more weeks. I desperately need to update my computer because of the increase in demand for my photography.
     
  15. JackoSchitt

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    1. 800, 1600, 3200, 4000 dpi on-the-fly
    2. 8 channels
    3. Red / Blue / Brown
    4. 1 (Midnight Black)
    5. The LORD said "You've got buckle's of of pulling this off" but I'm too much of a dumbass to listen, so, here goes....

    Pretty please pick me
     
  16. NeVeSiNS

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    1. 800, 1600, 3200, 4000 dpi on-the-fly

    2. 8 discrete speaker channel pairs - creating 5.1 Surround Sound

    3. Red / Blue / Brown

    4. 1 (Midnight Black)

    5. CoolerMaster... Never owned anything of theirs before. There gear any good?
     
  17. Jesper64

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    1. 800, 1600, 3200, 4000 dpi on-the-fly
    2. 8 channels
    3. Red / Blue / Brown
    4. one - Midnight Black
    5. Because I've been using a laptop for the past 3 years as my main computer and it's about time I built a desktop again.
     
  18. Eli4672

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    1. 800, 1600, 3200, 4000 dpi on-the-fly
    2. 8 channels
    3. Red / Blue / Brown
    4. 1 (Midnight Black)
    5. Because I love my Cosmos S and want more Coolermaster gear to go with it.
     
  19. draco3

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    1. How many DPI is our gaming mouse Recon?

    800, 1600, 3200, 4000 dpi on-the-fly
    2. How many sound channel is our gaming headset Sirus?

    8 sound channels
    3. What color of mechanical switch do we offer for our mechanical keyboards.?

    Red, Blue and Brown
    4. How many colors do we have for our Scout II gaming case?

    Only 1 currently, Midnight Black
    5. Why should you be chosen as a winner?
    Because I am not being a defeatist as other respondents. Also I am the only one so far to provide a suggestion to name the colors of the mechanical switch to something more trendy, to match the terminology used for the gaming case's Midnight Black colour.

    I would propose "cherry red", "caustic blue" and "bole brown". The meanings behind them:

    * Cherry Red. This is something simple and matches the (i) the name of the mechanical switch - Cherry MX and (ii) is the predominant colour on the advertising sites.

    * Caustic Blue. Given that these devices will be used from playing any type of game from the most simple to the most demanding; some games render using caustics to provide a more immersive experience.

    * Bole Brown. An old english word meaning "trunk of a tree". However to take it to that next step, it can be adapted to mean a solid piece of engineering to tackle through your greatest demands.

    I also did want to throw in "avalanche white" to replace the backlight color description of "white". Why avalanche, as the color from the pictures on the website are bright and attract your eye just as you are about to face off to a competition, reminiscent of an avalanche beginning just after admiring it for a while. True gaming.
     
  20. opAsx

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    1. 800, 1600, 3200, 4000 dpi on-the-fly
    2. 8 channels
    3. Red / Blue / Brown
    4. 1 (Midnight Black)
    5. I would like to win as I need a new mouse as my Sentinel Zero G is starting to show signs of it's abuse over the last year or so my kids have started using my pc (7, 5 and 3). I am also in need of a mousepad that does not have teethmarks, headphones without chocolate on them (I hope its chocolate...), a keyboard with no food in it (not all my kids but while I am on a roll...) and a case that has not been decorated with Wiggles stickers and a drawing of Ben 10 using only key.

    Better yet, can I have the chance to win a combination lock to put on my study?
     

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