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Solve Some Challenges and Win a GeForce GTX 1080 in NVIDIA's Order of 10 Contest

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Posted: 07:27PM

Contests are a wonderful thing. Everybody loves contests, the chance to win some cool prize or a big prize. In the case of this new one from NVIDIA, it's both. The NVIDIA Order of 10 Contest kicked off today, with 10 challenges offering 100 chances to win one of 1,000 prizes. What's up for grab? Well, each day 50 winners will receive an Order of 10 T-shirt and another 50 will receive Order of 10 pins. Oh, and one winner each day will get an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition video card. Everybody who plays and gets the challenge right is entered for a chance to win an Elite Game Ready PC featuring an Intel Core i7-5820K processor, two NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition GPUs with new SLI HB bridge, 32GB HyperX Fury DDR4-2666  memory, a VR HMD,  and Windows 10 Home 64-bit. That's a pretty good haul.

These challenges are kind of unique, since they're based on Pascal's triangle. It makes sense given the GPU powering the new cards are named for Blaise Pascal, but don't expect an easy time trying to solve it. There are a lot of clues to pick up on, and then once you have the answer, type it in the field and see if it's correct. A new challenge will appear nearly every day, with the final one on May 23. The contest is open to residents (18 and over) of all 50 US states and D.C., Canada (except Quebec), the UK (minus Northern Ireland), Germany, Denmark, Finland, and France. Good luck!

Source: Press Release and Contest Website

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WhenKittensATK on May 11, 2016 03:48

Thanks did the first challenge. I'll probably forget all about this tomorrow.

SpikeSoprano on May 11, 2016 05:40

These challenges are NOT very easy, at least not for me,lol !

bishop245 on May 17, 2016 05:23

I looked at 2 of them and then gave up as I dont understand them

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