Our G-Sync conversion kit giveaway ended this morning, and we've now picked our five lucky winners. Here they are, in alphabetical order:
If your name is in that list, congratulations! You've won an Nvidia G-Sync conversion kit for Asus' VG248QE monitor.
All five of you should receive a private message from Adam "Inkling" Eiberger, TR's business guy, very soon. Please reply within 72 hours to claim your prize and arrange delivery. If we don't hear back within 72 hours, you will have forfeited your prize, and we'll be forced to draw another winner from among the eligible contestants.
Many thanks to Nvidia for providing the five G-Sync upgrades we're giving out. And thanks to everyone who participated!
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