NVIDIA’s GeForce Garage will be running a PC modding competition until 10 September. The catch is that there are not only prizes for the best mod, but also for the people voting on these modifications.
The NVIDIA GeForce Garage PC modding competition opened a couple of weeks ago, albeit with little fanfare. Submissions can only be made from selected territories, which are Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Taiwan, Singapore, and Malaysia. After which NVIDIA will select three winners from each region. We say region because while each country is being judged individually, Australia and New Zealand appear to have been lumped together.
In addition to the top three prizes, each participant and voter will also stand a chance to win a GeForce GTX card. There are two allocated for each country, although NVIDIA has not actually specified which GeForce card this will be.
To enter, modders will have to submit pictures of their PC mods to the competition website; and include at least four pictures of the GeForce graphics card being used in the case. The terms of the competition allow PC mods used in other competitions to be recycled and used in this one; but it has to be done up with a GeForce graphics card.
Voting on the entries will begin on 24 August and run until the end of the competition. Voters will have to sign in with Facebook to the competition website to cast their vote, and each individual is allow only one vote. Naturally, this is a popularity contest and the more friends one has the better.