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

Subject: Editorial, Cases and Cooling | February 5, 2013 - 09:55 AM |
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 7, 2013 | 07:33 AM - Posted by Sparkyweasel (not verified)

I would get my dead gaming PC back in action.

February 7, 2013 | 10:45 AM - Posted by PinkPowerRanger (not verified)

My computer would do efficiency better with this psu.

February 7, 2013 | 12:02 PM - Posted by Yang Ji (not verified)

It's Seasonic. Best PSU products and service quality every. This should serve well my GTX 680 + Quadro 4000.

February 7, 2013 | 01:01 PM - Posted by NascarFreak3

A friend of mine gave me his old gaming PC but it needs a PSU and I haven't gotten around to buying one yet. My current PSU is only 200W and doesn't have the right plugs or enough power for the other PC.

February 7, 2013 | 01:25 PM - Posted by The Good Dad (not verified)

My son is turning 10 and I would love to have one of these power supplies for our father and son first ever gaming PC build project together.

He's never built his own system from the ground up and I think he's at the right age to start learning this invaluable skill.

Frankly, the power supply never gets any love but having a solid PSU is the backbone of a build. Too bad so many people skimp on the quality ones and never can figure out why their system is unstable.

Thanks for the consideration.

February 7, 2013 | 01:25 PM - Posted by Col_Hogan

It would allow me to run dual 7970's if I ever had the need for them..also allow better efficiency..and who doesnt want to save money, on thier power bill.?

February 7, 2013 | 01:35 PM - Posted by Adeste Fideles (not verified)

i would start to build a pc using only parts that i had won in pcper competitions.

February 7, 2013 | 02:01 PM - Posted by j0hndoe

I would be able to upgrade my current piece of junk (350watt) PS. I definitely need a new video card, but I also need a new PS that can handle it. Thanks for the giveaway guys!!

February 7, 2013 | 03:08 PM - Posted by joshdude

Finish a PC for my brother!

February 7, 2013 | 03:49 PM - Posted by Humanitarian

I'd use it primarily to arc weld my door shut to stop the wimen running away, secondly to give me the peace of mind to push up my OC a little without thinking my PSU is going to explode. Curse you bulldozer, why do you consume so much!?

February 7, 2013 | 04:36 PM - Posted by krankycheese

Update the wife's PC power supply. Then I can update her graphics card to help her game in higher resolution and speed.

February 7, 2013 | 05:51 PM - Posted by bizzle (not verified)

I'd like to have the extra PSU power to eventually allow multiple GPUs. My 550w unit just isn't going to cut it.

February 7, 2013 | 06:59 PM - Posted by Freshie

I'm building a new computer because my old one is over heating and its time to get new one. This would be a great start.

February 7, 2013 | 08:04 PM - Posted by PapaDragon

I would use it for a second system that I'm building for my content creation company. Planning to become a Youtube partner since my Music channel is reaching 3,000 subscribers. As well as make another channel dedicated to Entertainment. Thanks for the opportunity!

February 7, 2013 | 08:28 PM - Posted by glassjaw003

I would be able to start my Mini-itx Orange Prodigy build with the colors of this PSU.

February 7, 2013 | 08:28 PM - Posted by glassjaw003

I would be able to start my Mini-itx Orange Prodigy build with the colors of this PSU.

February 7, 2013 | 09:17 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

More POWER!!!

February 7, 2013 | 09:20 PM - Posted by ezjohny

I would be able to build another system with this Seasonic PSU and it would be a gaming system.

February 8, 2013 | 03:19 AM - Posted by thwang

I would have a great gaming session with it, and might as well use it to build my own PC! (cause currently i'm still sharing with my brother T.T )

February 8, 2013 | 07:52 AM - Posted by devinbaines

I am in the process of putting together a shopping list for a new build I hope to complete by the end of the month to replace my 3 year old gaming rig. A free power supply would be a most welcome addition to that :)

Devin Baines
Ottawa, Ontario

February 8, 2013 | 03:36 PM - Posted by ChasingTail

I would plug them into my balls.

February 8, 2013 | 04:28 PM - Posted by John R Hart (not verified)

IF I win one. This will be a good start to a new system.

February 8, 2013 | 05:35 PM - Posted by PyroFuxd (not verified)

I would use it to finish building a gaming PC for my nephew. It would add another gamer to the ranks of PC gaming!

February 8, 2013 | 05:56 PM - Posted by Andrey (not verified)

I would be very happy if I have this power supply. My PC can run nearly the whole day

February 8, 2013 | 06:47 PM - Posted by BoseEinstein

This would be perfect for my first build. With this PSU I would build with the 3570k and would put the money in, so I could do a great Graphics Card like the 660ti! Still in the air for the motherboard, Newegg has too many 1 and 2 star reviews on motherboards.....

February 9, 2013 | 01:02 AM - Posted by ThorAxe

I have a GTX 570 SLI system I want to put into my son's PC as his old PSU won't cut it. Higher efficiency with those power hungry beasts would be an added bonus. :)

February 9, 2013 | 01:06 AM - Posted by ThorAxe

Somehow I double posted? Feel free to delete.

February 9, 2013 | 02:38 AM - Posted by borisxbulletdodger

I would use it in an upcoming PC build

February 9, 2013 | 08:25 AM - Posted by John Hagan (not verified)

If I had one of these power supplies I could do SLI gaming and arc weld.

February 9, 2013 | 08:48 AM - Posted by johnhagan

I would replace my old Corsair 520 watt PSU.

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