GALAX GOC 2017 - Predict the Winner Contest: Three Winners Announced

Last weekend saw the conclusion of this year’s GALAX Overclocking Carnival contest with Romanian overclocker Alex@ro taking top spot. Alex@ro’s great work in the live extreme OC contest means he walks away with a cheque for $5,000 USD. It also means that we can now announce the three lucky winners drawn of a pool of contestants who correctly managed to predict the win for Alex.

GALAX GOC 2017 - Predict the Winner Contest

The ‘GALAX GOC 2017 Predict the Winner Contest’ was open to everybody. All you had to do was complete social media actions which include clicking ‘Like’ on the GALAX and Facebook page, visiting the HWBOT Facebook page and also the option to send a Tweet each day. Each action you complete will improve your chances of winning in the prize draw. However, only people who correctly predicted the eventual winner of the contest would be included in the draw. Here’s a breakdown of the prizes on offer from GALAX and the lucky winners:

GALAX GTX 1080Ti OC Lab Edition Graphics Card - This is the graphics card that was used in the Online GOC 2017 Qualification contest and in the Finals. It’s the ultimate GTX 1080 Ti card, designed for breaking records and pushing performance to the highest possible levels. The lucky winner of this GTX 1080 Ti card is H. I. Elkassrawy. Congrats to you!

GALAX HOF DDR4-4000 16GB Memory Kit - The Hall of Fame, the GALAX HOF DRAM Series is designed for overclockers and gamers who want to push the PCs to its limit. HOF also represents high performance and stability that can boost your systems to a whole new level.The lucky winner of the GALAX HOF DDR4-4000 16GB Memory Kit is V. Petroff. Congrats!

GALAX HOF RGB Gaming Keyboard - The HOF Keyboard is designed for professional gamer. Uses Cherry MX mechanical keyswitches, powerful lighting effect, full media control, durability and practicality design for the ultimate typing and gaming experience. The lucky winner of the GALAX HOF RGB Gaming Keyboard is A.Toma. Well done.

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