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    Welcome to Pure OC's Christmas Giveaway!

    This year we wanted to do something really special for Pure OC's members and we’ve got some great companies partnering with us to make that a reality. We’ve teamed up with Cooler Master, Gigabyte, OCZ, CoolIT, Sparkle, and AZZA to donate some amazing prizes.


    For this huge Christmas Giveaway, all you have to do to win is reply to this post and tell us your best Holiday memory.


    As for the prizes, here we go:

    Our Grand Prize is brought to you my Cooler Master! The HAF-X case, Silent Pro Gold 1000W power supply, V6 GT CPU Cooler, and CM Inferno Gaming Mouse.







    2nd Place Prizes are brought to you by Gigabyte, CoolIT, and OCZ . We have a Gigabyte GA-P55-USB3 motherboard, CoolIt ECO A.L.C. CPU Cooler, and OCZ XTC Rev2 Memory Fan.





    3rd Place Prizes are brought to you by Azza and Sparkle Computer. We have the Azza Helios 910 Mid-Tower case and the Sparkle GT240 1GB video card.





    This Giveaway will run from Dec 4 - Dec 23th, the winners will be picked at 11am Dec 24th.

    Good luck to everyone, thanks to our amazing sponsors, and Merry Christmas from PureOverclock!
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    Before i go type, is there any requirements of how long? or something like that, I don't want to type too much, or too short.
    -Zank

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    My best Christmas Memory is when my family went over to my cousins house and we got surprised by my entire family being there for a Christmas party. Great times.

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    Nope, write as much or as little as you want.

    Feel free to entertain us though

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    My best Christmas memory was my DDR3 1600 kit that went all the way up to DDR3 2000!

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    I worked my butt off getting the prizes for you guys, so lets hear what you have to say

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    About year ago when i was fourteen, I started to love learning how everything about PC. I was finally introduced and began using windows. Before that i never really had chance to use PC as my dad was very strong MAC user;
    I never understood why people were complaining about their PCs gets viruses and it was extremely slow. Not too long ago, about when i was eleven(4 years ago) I began create my own private server with a game that i have always loved playing. I was quickly amazed with everything about computers, how they were able to coordinate and complete tasks. But there was a problem, the PC i had was extremely very old, I barely could run server side plus opening the client.
    It was very difficult for me to create a update and do a such modification, then i would have to restart game-servers, they takes ages to load.
    I was stucked upon with the computer, I wanted so much more; That's when my mom introduced her friend, He had same condition with rest of my family, we all were deaf. We were able to chat and discuss. I explained him about my hobby and about my business on going, he was fairly amazed, he couldn't believe how much i had succeeded with a poor resource. I managed to create a server that had 700 users online and it was hosted from my home.
    few weeks later my mom came to me and told me what i would want for xmas; obviously i wanted a new computer, but there was a problem she didnt really had much money. I was pretty disappoint, because i had my high hope i would get new one. it wasn't long before my mom's friend David found out that she couldn't afford and he quickly came to me; told me he would do anything to help me to get a new computer because he knew; he could see the ability and passion i had about computers world. And good enough, he decided to buy me a brand new 1.6k USD setup; and he said "merry Christmas".

    Ill never forget about this guy, David.
    -Zank

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    I would have to say one holiday memory was 2 years ago, when my daughter was born on New Years day. That has to be the best holiday gift anyone has given me. Just wish my mom could have been alive to share the joy with me and my family.

    Another, not at the best of times, but it was needed,
    Dec 25th 1994, My dad flew me and my sister to England to visit our relatives there. The trip was great, and needed. My mom had passed Nov 18th, 1994, so we were all grieving pretty bad. I was 12, sister was 7. My sister was a little too young to realize what happened, but I was old enough to understand, my mom wasn't going to wake up like any other day.
    Christmas morning we awoke to our dad packing suitcases for us, and we asked where we were going. He said we're flying to England today to see your Great Grandmother and all 200 of your relatives. I thought this was great, sure I've been on airplanes before, but never over a ocean.

    My dad did the best he could, supporting me and my sister on his own. Even though he is now re-married, he still has a tough time with the memories of my mom.
    Since I was Honorably Discharged from the Navy after 4 years, and 2 tours in Iraq, and a Top Secret deployment off the coast of Somalia, I don't have many childhood memories left, 6 concussions, and who knows what they injected me with in Boot Camp.

    So threads like "Name your best memory of...." are great ways for me to recollect the good times.

    Thanks Sky for posting this contest.
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    Hi,

    My best xmas memory is when I was 14 (in 1979), my dad gave me a snowmobile (ski-doo)..I almost fainted when I saw it..

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    My best memory is when the Salvation Army Guy(dressed like santa) at Walmart walked in back of my car and I hit him. Not hard no injuries but the guy went balistic on me........ i told him merry Xmas! and he laughed when he realized he was kinda at fault. He did make me donate $5 bucks.

    My second memory was when my Dad bought me a limited 12 Gauge Athica model 37 12 gauge pump. My stuffed pheasant overloocks my computer station that i bagged with it at 16.
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    The best Christmas I've ever had was when my grandfather was still here. It's hard to think that he will never be here for the rest of my life. Only in spirit. He died last year on November 19th.. wish he could have made it for one last time.

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    My best Christmas memory would have to be when I got the Gamecube/Animal Crossing bundle. I was on the PS2 hype train and begged to get a PS2. My mom, being the technology dinosaur she was, went the sale representative's pitch for the Gamecube, and when I unwrapped it, I was pretty let down. But after popping in Animal Crossing and and playing it for a few hours, I spent the rest of Christmas break just trying to see everything that was possible in the game, lmao.

    It's either that, or when I got Tekken 3 for Christmas, which was just amazing. Yoshimitsu FTW!!

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    The best Christmas memory I can think of was when my parents had my sister and I go on a clue hunt throughout the house. It started with a card at the Christmas tree and lead us to one clue after another until we eneded up back at the christmas tree to find the airline tickets to Disney World.

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    What a great theme “Most memorable Christmas”

    While serving in Germany for the third time during my 20 year Military Career I had the most wonderful Christmas experience of my life.

    It was a really cold day and the snow was flying about a week before Christmas of 1978 and it was the tradition of the U.S. Army Warrant Officer’s Association to set-up the Christmas theme in the front of the main P.X. (Post Exchange = shopping mall) and have Santa and Mrs. Claus there and a camera man so that all the military children could sit on Santa’s lap and make sure their Christmas wishes were know by the jolly old fat man.

    For each of the two previous years, you guessed it, I was Santa and my Bride was Mrs. Claus to all the youngsters that came through the P.X... I don’t remember how I was chosen every year to play the part and I have to admit I was growing tired of so many really young children sitting on my lap and wetting their pants, screaming and crying and wiping snot on me, pulling my beard off; you name it and it happened to me. But on this one particular day in December of 1978 something happened to me that changed my life and for the better I believe.

    About 5 hours into my shift and having seen maybe 100 or more kids screaming with excitement while waiting in line to sit on my frequently wet lap and pleading with me (Santa) for all the hottest newest toys, bikes, games, puppies, kittens, and every once in a while a rabbit is when I experienced my wonderful Christmas moment that will last me a lifetime.

    It was almost time for our break when I looked up and standing in line was a young soldier with his wife and three young daughters. They had been waiting quietly in line and they were so well behaved that I told my cameraman who was also a Warrant Officer that we would let this family see Santa before we take that well deserved break.

    The first was the youngest of the three girls who was 6 years old, this young lady climbed up on my lap, I mean Santa’s lap and in a shy but thoughtful voice asked Santa for a pair of new shoes for school and a new house coat. I remember thinking, WOW; this is the first time a young child asked for anything other than toys and such. As she returned to her parents the next youngest daughter came forward and whispered in Santa’s ear that she really wanted a new winter coat for her mother, now I am starting to wonder if I had lost my hearing as she thanked me for letting her tell me in person. As the oldest of the three girls came forward, she was 10 I believe, I am thinking, I cannot wait to hear what she is asking for this Christmas. This young lady asked Santa to bring her two little sisters a new winter coat because they never get anything new and since she was the oldest she always got the new cloths and then the younger sisters got the hand-me-downs.

    By this time I had to take a break because I had tears as big as horse turds rolling down my cheeks, nothing like this had ever happened in all the years of me being Santa and I honestly believe that what happened next was meant to be:

    I was the chairman of the ways and means for the Warrant Officer Association (the money man) and my cameraman was the president and it took both of us to sign a check. As I disappeared from sight with Mrs. Claus and my handy cameraman I could not stop the tears. Lynn (the cameraman) asked what was wrong and I told him what I had just experienced, he looked at me and said “I have the checkbook” and now you are going to be the real Santa.

    We went into the P.X., found this family and Santa and his helpers made sure that each and every one of those young ladies Christmas wishes come true. In the excitement Lynn and I got a little carried away and by the time Santa was done each of those sweethearts got several new outfits of school cloths and one nice toy of their choosing.

    Mrs. Claus and my cameraman said that we had just given them a Christmas to remember and I replied with tears still in my eyes that no, that family has given me the Christmas to remember, and I will never forget that cold December day in 1978.

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    1984. Peoria, IL.

    I was 8, my parents were divorced for several years and on pretty sketchy terms. We were all dirt poor. Somehow though, they managed to work together under the guise of Santa, to get me a 1976 Captain Fantastic pinball machine. I was 8, I had no idea who Elton John was or anything about music, nor did I care-- but this gigantic, arcade pinball machine was set up and plugged in beside our Christmas tree that morning. To say that I was awestruck would be an understatement. Stories and theories abounded about just how the Hell Santa got the thing onto his sled and into our little apartment. To this day I've never asked for the truth of. To know would spoil the memory.

    The coin-op worked, but I had the key, so I could set up as many credits as I wanted. Anything I had that was small and sacred ended up hidden inside the guts of that machine. I adored the damn thing. It was in my keeping for two moves (three years), but I eventually consented to sell it to help finance a family vacation. No idea what ever happened to it. Hopefully a collector latched onto it and has kept it in top shape.

    I think my sister got a Cabbage Patch doll or something for Christmas that year. I got the better deal though, of that I'm sure.

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    My favorite Christmas memory is back from when I was 7 yrs old. It was the night before Christmas and my sister and I were both very excited at the prospect of presents. Noticing our excitement my mother decided that we could indeed open the presents that night. She told us however that Santa couldn't come unless we were fully asleep, so she sent us to bed. Quite naturally we couldn't fall asleep we were so amped up, but we sat there quiet, pretending to be fast asleep, wondering what Santa would bring us.

    After some time goes by we hear a knock on our window. Now this may not seem like too exciting a prospect, but we lived on the 10th floor at the time!! Obviously Santa was knocking at our window that night, to signal to us that he'd just dropped off our presents. Naturally we both jumped out of bed and rushed to the window to look for Santa, giving mom enough time to come back inside from the balcony.

    Eventually we realized that Santa had already left, as he's a busy busy person, and we rushed to the christmass tree. I don't remember what the presents were, as that was some 20 years ago, but I'll never forget the night that Santa knocked on my window.

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