Starting January 2012 the winner of the months Rig of the Month will receive an OCZ Technology Octane 128GB SSD delivered for free at it's doorsteps as a nice incentive. Combining high-speed data transfer rates with record-breaking access times, OCZ Octane SSDs are designed to provide a superior user experience and improved application performance. Octane leverages the cutting-edge Indilinx Everest platform and is optimized for the complete spectrum of file types and sizes, with proprietary page mapping algorithms mirroring real world conditions across a wide range of applications. If you like performance, how does Max Reads up to 470MB/s sound ?
Each month here at Guru3D.com we feature one of you guys, your PC, your DIY project. It is quite honestly amazing how much detail and dedication you put into an PC, and every now and then it really shows. This months entry shines in an stylish design, once you lay your eyes on it, it will make an impression.
The Rig of the Month March 2012 is not at all a power house, plain and simple components are used. The x-factor however is to be found in the chassis. It's a rim, which inside of a PC has been fitted. Though not the most classy job in the world it does make a very original customized PC. And that's exactly what the rig of the month is all about.
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Meet the Guru3D rig of the month winner:
First a warning, this months winner's English is pretty bad, and seems to be have run through an online translator, so please be patient with his answers. We tried cleaning it up here and there, but some lines did just not make any sense.
Also the photography seems o be done with a mobile phone. You'll get the picture though.
1. What is your name / nickname /age / occupation?
Hello, my name is Vivien Filbert. I am 30 years old and I am an electrician in building (ships).
2. What did you first come here for?
I know one can sassanou, he(it) lives in has some kilometers from my home and it is the friend of a friend of a friend...
3. What do you mainly use the system for?
I wanted to create this pc for the style. I had one wheel rims abimée, unusable. I also had an old processor Q6600 but which is full of resources. I said to myself that there was means to make a voucher pc gamer -- cheap. I have to create this pc mainly for the games
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