Win FREE Stuff! Seasonic M12II 850 watt and 750 watt PSU up for grabs!!

Subject: Editorial, Cases and Cooling | February 5, 2013 - 12:55 PM |
Tagged: seasonic, PSU, power supply, m12ii, giveaway, contest

We know that our readers love to win free stuff, and who can blame you?  Building PCs can sometimes be a burden on your wallet and we do our best to help that by showing you the best deals and occasionally having contests like this!

Our good friends at Seasonic wanted to offer up a couple of power supplies for our community and we were obviously excited to facilitate!  Here are the goods you can win:

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Seasonic M12II SS-850AM 850 watt Power Supply ($130 value - Newegg Link)

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Seasonic M12II SS-750AM 750 watt Power Supply ($120 value - Newegg Link)

Seasonic M12II Bronze Series has been the ever-popular power supply series of the semi modular category. Now Seasonic extends the semi-modular series by introducing M12II Bronze 650/750/850 to provide consumers a larger selection in the entry level 80PLUS Bronze certified category.

The M12II Bronze new models have built in a full protection feature including OCP, OPP,OTP, OVP, SCP & UVP and meet worldwide safety and environmental standards. The all-new M12II-650/750/850 units are the new leaders in the 80 PLUS Bronze category and another great addition to the Seasonic Retail power supply family.

If you are looking to build a new PC or upgrade your current system, either of these two power supplies will make a great backbone for all the other components. 

How do you win? 

  1. Visit your favorite PC Perspective pages like our YouTube channel, Facebook page and Twitter account.  You should subscribe, like and follow us, you know...if you want to.  We'd appreciate it!
  2. Also, stop by the Seasonic Facebook page and give it a look - they are always posting contests and giveaways there!!
  3. Leave a comment here on this post telling us what you would be able to do better if your system was powered by one of these power supplies!

We'll pick a winner on Wednesday the 13th of February, so get your entries in NOW!  A big thank you goes out to Seasonic for supporting PC Perspective and for supporting our loyal readers!

Source: Seasonic
February 6, 2013 | 07:26 AM - Posted by Luis (not verified)

I would be able to give my current PSU + graphics card to my girlfriend, since her graphics card is slowly dying and she needs a better PSU for a modern card.
With this seasonic PSU, I would buy a new card for myself and install it with this PSU. I currently own a HD7870, which would be an awesome upgrade for my gf's 9500GT ^^ she would be so happy!

February 6, 2013 | 07:47 AM - Posted by Sam (not verified)

Haven't actually tried your PSU's before, but would love to change that. A 750 or 850 watt Seasonic PSU would be a VERY nice start for a better PC than my current one! Great giveaway seasonic, Thanks!

February 6, 2013 | 07:55 AM - Posted by lonestar998 (not verified)

I can buy the PC i always want :)and i really need this PSU for my new PC

February 6, 2013 | 07:56 AM - Posted by lonestar998 (not verified)

I can buy the PC i always want :)and i really need this PSU for my new PC

February 6, 2013 | 07:57 AM - Posted by lonestar998 (not verified)

I can buy the PC i always want :)and i really need this PSU for my new PC

February 6, 2013 | 07:57 AM - Posted by lonestar998 (not verified)

I can buy the PC i always want :)and i really need this PSU for my new PC

February 6, 2013 | 08:14 AM - Posted by Teguh (not verified)

if i win this PSU.
i will be able to upgrade my hardware perfectly. and i just need ram and new mb too

February 6, 2013 | 08:23 AM - Posted by Robert Mills (not verified)

I would finally be able to get rid of this noisy PSU that I have and finally stabilize my 920 and 460 GPU overclock.

The bearings on my current PSU are badly, makes the loudest sound.

February 6, 2013 | 08:34 AM - Posted by Josh C. (not verified)

One of these would go into a new computer I'm planning on building.

February 6, 2013 | 08:50 AM - Posted by Phillip Garrote (not verified)

changed my generic psu to seasonic boom then upgrade cpu or video card sapphire hd 7870.

February 6, 2013 | 08:54 AM - Posted by KennySVG

I'll be able to upgrade or even add another GPU and still have good cable management thanks to the modular designs.

February 6, 2013 | 09:02 AM - Posted by rockkenny

well I have been upgrade my PC since the holidays and the last three things I still need is a new case, ssd upgrade, and a new power I definitely like to win either power.

February 6, 2013 | 09:24 AM - Posted by ThePope5020 (not verified)

This would be perfect for me because the power supply in my gaming rig went out 2 days ago :(

February 6, 2013 | 09:25 AM - Posted by Carl (not verified)

I could actually use my gaming PC I bought. The one now is almost near death, didn't knew that this one is so bad that it broke down after 2 weeks :D

February 6, 2013 | 09:38 AM - Posted by Mads Lock (not verified)

I would be able to SLI my 2 GTX 480's again!

February 6, 2013 | 09:47 AM - Posted by Gunderman456 (not verified)

Replace my noisy older PSU.

February 6, 2013 | 09:50 AM - Posted by billdcat4 (not verified)

Seasonic PSUs are the only brand that I trust any more

February 6, 2013 | 09:53 AM - Posted by Lonnie Eckles (not verified)

I could definately use it to retire an old , tired 500 watt psu , I am also a devoted follower ...

February 6, 2013 | 09:58 AM - Posted by DB5

Been eyeballing that 850 PSU to make my current system thrive. Finally have a chance to get one and invest the money into a SSD.

February 6, 2013 | 10:27 AM - Posted by Germo

Since i have a 6 year old 450W PSU which gives out weird noises when i turn on the pc i think i can do anything better with a new one. This would be a real upgrade because i can't buy new vga or anything what needs more power atm.

February 6, 2013 | 10:36 AM - Posted by Russell Abbott (not verified)

I could feed a hungry homeless person with this new power supply. With the savings made by having that extra efficiency, i could purchase several (insert favourite fast food outlet) meals, with which would i could fill the tum tums of my nearest local homeless contingency. I believe i have the most moral reasons here, for this new spangly dangly power supply. Give it up.

February 6, 2013 | 11:02 AM - Posted by Alexandru (not verified)

I would put this PCU into my pc and in this year i could make a crossfire to my twinfrozr 3 7850.
With the old seasonic 550W i would build a gaming pc for my girlfriend as a gift for valentine's day because she is addictive to computer games too, and this would be a very nice present for her.I will paint her case in her favorite color > lightblue + some white parts.

Thank you PC Prespective and Seasonic!
Good luck to everyone.

February 6, 2013 | 11:18 AM - Posted by jefkz


February 6, 2013 | 11:23 AM - Posted by Bill In Alabama

I'm ready for a new build.

February 6, 2013 | 11:57 AM - Posted by pdjblum

A Seasonic will ensure optimal voltage regulation and a stable, reliable, and quiet rig. Thanks for the chance.

February 6, 2013 | 12:44 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

I need to upgrade my aging Phenom X4 9950.

February 6, 2013 | 01:16 PM - Posted by dan (not verified)

i would definitely upgrade my video card. maybe even crossfire it.

February 6, 2013 | 01:30 PM - Posted by alex-der

make a new PC and need a more powerful power supply

February 6, 2013 | 02:01 PM - Posted by pakkadakkadakka

I would finally replace my HD6850 that I can barely run

February 6, 2013 | 02:17 PM - Posted by KoNoR

If i was lucky enough to get this PSU I would probably able to upgrade my prehistoric gpu - 7600GT.

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