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 | 02:17 PM - Posted by Cata M (not verified)

If I won one of these babies it will be the start towards my new system and overclock the hell out of it :)

February 6, 2013 | 02:30 PM - Posted by MConstantin (not verified)

If I had one of these I guess I'd start building a whole new system... would finnaly go from a dual core to a quad.

February 6, 2013 | 02:34 PM - Posted by SweetC (not verified)

Could really use one of these to provide my PC some clean current instead of my old PSU that's starting to show it's age.

February 6, 2013 | 02:47 PM - Posted by Nicky Tee (not verified)

Currently thinking of creating a new gaming rig, so I can play the newest games, Crysis 3, Planetside 2, etc.

Hence defintely going for Crossfire with Radeon HD 7850. The PSU will be able to supply the power needed :)

February 6, 2013 | 02:58 PM - Posted by Andra (not verified)

I would definetly buy another gtx 460 and SLI them :)

February 6, 2013 | 03:00 PM - Posted by Madalina (not verified)

I'd probably think about building a new rig and give this one to my little brother since the laptop he's currently on isn't that great.

February 6, 2013 | 03:03 PM - Posted by Adrian (not verified)

A new PSU means I would be able to install a top end graphics card that requires the extra power

February 6, 2013 | 03:05 PM - Posted by kat89 (not verified)

With one of these great PSU's I'd replace my old one and only then think about upgrading my old dual core

February 6, 2013 | 03:06 PM - Posted by Catalin (not verified)

I would sleep better knowing that my pc is powered by seasonic!

February 6, 2013 | 03:07 PM - Posted by Richard (not verified)

I would replace my current PSU which crashes my pc everytime the summer comes because it cant handle the higher temps

February 6, 2013 | 03:15 PM - Posted by tomz8679 (not verified)

Could use one of these beauties to bench test new components!, or swap-out my over-qualified 1000W unit that only powers one graphics card and a core2 duo. Thanx in advance of sending one my way.

February 6, 2013 | 03:29 PM - Posted by sh4un

I would build a new gaming PC so I don't have to Game on my Home Server.

February 6, 2013 | 03:31 PM - Posted by southwind

I desperately need it to run games without hiccups together with my graphics card. I will also use it for Stanford's http://folding.stanford.edu/ folding@home when im not gaming.

February 6, 2013 | 03:35 PM - Posted by banalac (not verified)

I would change my old HD4890 videocard to a newer one.

February 6, 2013 | 04:26 PM - Posted by atos.portosov

I'd be able to make my mother-in-law's PC silent. It needs to be upgraded.

February 6, 2013 | 05:05 PM - Posted by Chris Trak (not verified)

When I started building computers........I saw a booth at a computer expo for Seasonic and have never looked back..........the one and only PSU I use

February 6, 2013 | 05:06 PM - Posted by dupcengier27

When i get one of this PSU i will build my new PC .....

February 6, 2013 | 05:17 PM - Posted by 1hbit (not verified)

I would have bought a nicer video card or maybe a couple of more.

February 6, 2013 | 05:28 PM - Posted by TinkerToyTech

I've been using Seasonic PSU's in "generic" cases and I'm interested in testing out one of their big ones, I havea machine down right now and need to get it back up so I can work on my next album

February 6, 2013 | 05:53 PM - Posted by ferta_32

I would SLI my GPU and do some overclocking!

February 6, 2013 | 06:08 PM - Posted by MEZOCLONE

This would go a long way to finishing my build. Thanks for everything you guys do keep it up.

February 6, 2013 | 07:10 PM - Posted by Jimbo (not verified)

With one of these power supplies, I would be able to add a second video card to my system and fold with it.

February 6, 2013 | 10:38 PM - Posted by Dvnamis (not verified)

With a new Seasonic PSU I could stick another GTX 470 in SLI config.

February 6, 2013 | 10:52 PM - Posted by travmon

i could replace my desktop's under powered 350 watt psu and make my computer come to life again :)

February 7, 2013 | 01:26 AM - Posted by iamstarfox

If I won a new Seasonic 750 or 850 watt PSU, I'd take it as a sign from the universe that it was time for me to get a second GTX670 and run an SLI setup... to give me more fragging power in Battlefield 3!

February 7, 2013 | 02:07 AM - Posted by Max (not verified)

can it runs two 7970 graphic cards?

February 7, 2013 | 02:48 AM - Posted by Hakuho (not verified)

want to upgrade my ailing antec 550w to something efficient 80 Plus complaint and above 600w so I can replace my 9600GT too

February 7, 2013 | 03:31 AM - Posted by RuffeDK

My reason is rather complicated. My old rig was a beast (X58 + GTX 295) but I had to sell it because it was too expensive to have running "in the background". I've almost sold every component but not the GTX 295, and I really want to keep it to be honest.
My current low-end budget system has a SeaSonic G-360W PSU along with an Intel Pentium G860 and OEM GeForce 440GT. Sometimes I wish I could just throw my GTX 295 in there and crank up every game, but my SS G-360 does not have the PCI-E connectors required to awaken the beast.
Send me one and you would help me out big times! I love SeaSonic powersupplies.
I don't have Twitter, but I'm following PCPer on YouTube and Facebook, and SeaSonic on Facebook as well.
Thanks.

February 7, 2013 | 03:33 AM - Posted by tpolakov (not verified)

I would be able to upgrade my son's PC with better graphics as the current PSU does not support PCIE...

February 7, 2013 | 09:52 AM - Posted by aps (not verified)

I could add some more spinning drives - these games today are freekin' huge. To think there once was a time when a decent game fit on two 360K floppies.

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