Attention shutterbugs: there's only a few days left to enter our hardware photography contest. A "factory overclocked" MSI GeForce GTX 460 1GB is up for grabs, along with 18 copies of Metro 2033. All you have to do to enter is take a purdy picture of some PC hardware and post it in this thread in the forums.
There are rules and regulations, of course. The photo must be your own original work, and we'd like submissions to be no wider than 1600 pixels. The contest is open to international readers, but it's void where prohibited by law. Our grand-prize winner will also be on the hook for any import and customs charges associated with the graphics card.
We'll be accepting submissions until 2pm CST on Friday, so get cracking. Don't be discouraged if you don't have any fancy hardware, though. You don't need a high-end or contemporary subject to take a great shot, and we're judging on creativity and picture quality alone.
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