Tom's Hardware's Reader's Choice Awards 2013

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lunyone

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"On the ballot/entry form, the PowerColor HD7870 PCS+ Myst Edition is listed twice."

Sooo your supposed to vote twice, right? Lol! I noticed that too. I guess when copy/pasting that it got pasted twice :)
 

zichus

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Don't get it - outside US residents should vote or will the answer discarded anyways? I just want to vote, but if its useless then why bother?

7. I am a legal resident of the USA (excluding RI) and 18 years of age or older. *This question is required.
Yes
No, Your Entry Will Be Discarded
 

AndrewJacksonZA

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You kinda excluded the Nanoxia Deep Silence 2... If I have some spare cash for myself this year I'm getting it as a Christmas present To Me, Love Me. :)
 

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I can't wait 'till the next Browser Grand Prix. Let's see what damage does IE11 do against Opera 18, Firefox's crumbling engine and Chrome's staleness
 

Avro Arrow

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As is usual, sweepstakes for Americans only. I guess the rest of us just don't count as far as tomsharware is concerned. I haven't seen a single contest that included anyone outside the USA the whole time I've been here.
 

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Does Tom's need a good editor? Calling the Corsair 900D a 800D, should be a punishable offense. Maybe being forced to cook one's food over AMD's R9 290X for a month would suffice?
 

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Ballmer, have you nothing better to do with your retirement?
 

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<"On the ballot/entry form, the PowerColor HD7870 PCS+ Myst Edition is listed twice.">
Fixed. Thank you for catching this.

<"On page 7, is there a typo for Corsair Obsidian? You write 800D but do you actually mean 900D?"> Thanks for that catch, too. Fixed on the context and in the article.

re: U.S. only. We spell out why in the article, page 1. We regret this too, but we don't have much choice legally. However, we have modified the form to explain that non-U.S. residents can still vote . . . we just can't enter you into the contest.
 

Stevemeister

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"Why is voting only limited to US residents? That's stupid imo".

Voting is not limited to US residents - just the prize awards . . . for ZIP code use 90210 if you are outside the US because as usual the ZIP code field is only set up to accept US Zip codes
 
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