The Radeon has a hot-clocked GPU and a swanky dual-slot cooler, and it would normally set you back $140 online. The one we're giving away includes download codes for both BioShock Infinite and Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon, too. As for the A8-6600K APU, that one has four fully unlocked cores clocked at 3.9/4.2GHz, and it's selling for $120 on its own.
For a chance to win these prizes, all you have to do is follow the instructions on the giveaway page. Entries will be accepted until noon CDT on August 26, and the winner will be announced the following day.
The contest is open to TR readers in the U.S. and Canada (Quebec excepted). All you need to do to enter is answer an easy question and fill out a few personal details. All personal information is kept private, of course. Be sure to use a valid email address, since that's how we'll be contacting the winner.
Thanks to Diamond and AMD for supplying the hardware for the giveaway, and good luck to all the entrants. We still have more hardware to give away, so stay tuned for our next contest.
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