The World's Dirtiest PC Contest Week 1 Winner Is…

The World’s Dirtiest PC Contest Week 1 Winner Is…

The World’s Dirtiest PC Contest Week 1 Winner Is…

The World’s Dirtiest PC Contest Week 1 Winner Is…

We’ve been thrilled to see all the fantastic submissions to our World’s Dirtiest PC Contest. From basement dwelling relics to filthy workstations, the entries in Week 1 have been as amazing as they’ve been disgusting. Every Wednesday we’ll be choosing one submission to receive a Logic Supply prize pack, and this week’s #WednesdayWinner is Jonathan’s wire tagging tower PC.

We contacted Jon, the Computer and Service Desk Technician at Oklahoma Steel and Wire, and he explained that the system is used on their production line, tagging wire that’s been coated in Zinc during the galvanization process. The tiny zinc particles build up and coat everything in site. This is one of 5 PCs in this area of the production line and the only one that has yet to fail. The other 4 have all been replaced with Logic Supply fanless PCs and Jon has another at the ready for when this dusty beast inevitably fails as well.

Congratulations on your filthy computer Jon! We’re glad to hear that you’re already making the switch to go fanless.

Thanks to everyone who posted pictures to the #GoFanless Gallery in the first week of the contest. If you have a dirty computer be sure to snap a picture with the hashtag #GoFanless and submit it to the gallery. You could be our next weekly winner or take home the grand prize of a new CL100 mini PC if your image receives the most votes. Be sure to follow us on Twitter @LogicSupply for contest updates and check back here next week for another winner announcement.

Logic Supply World's Dirtiest PC Contest

Comments (2)

  1. gk
    July 11, 2016

    Do something about the vote cheaters.

  2. Darek Fanton
    July 12, 2016

    Hi GK, we’re constantly monitoring entries to ensure legitimate vote counts and have taken steps to eliminate and prevent any suspect voting. Keep in mind, it’s not the view counts that matter, it’s the votes (the number next to the heart under each photo) that will determine the winner of the CL100. Our weekly winners, on the other hand, are not based on user voting but are chosen by us. If you have questions or concerns about a particular entry please feel free to reach out to us directly by emailing

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