In case you missed it, we have a new giveaway in progress. This time, the prize haul comprises roughly $1500 worth of hardware from Cooler Master, MSI, Kingston, and Newegg. To enter for a chance to win, all you have to do is head to the contest entry thread in our forums, read the rules carefully, and—if you're eligible to participate—post a picture of a PC in desperate need of spring cleaning.
We'll pick two winners. Each one will get a different set of prizes:
The first-place prize package is worth about $1300 in all. It includes an HAF Stacker 935 enclosure, V850 PSU, and Glacier 240L liquid cooler from Cooler Master; a Z87-GD65 Gaming motherboard and Radeon R9 270X Gaming graphics card from MSI; and a 120GB HyperX 3K SSD upgrade kit as well as a 16GB DDR3-1866 HyperX Beast memory kit from Kingston.
Both winners will also get cans of compressed air kindly supplied by Newegg.
Again, the contest entry thread in our forums is the place to go if you want to participate. The contest will be open until noon CT on Monday, April 21.
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