As if there wasn't enough reason already for you to join us at the TR BBQ this Saturday, the fine folks at Fractal Design have sweetened the deal. They've sent us three of their Define R5 cases in white to give away at the event, and they sure are beauties. Have a look:
The Define R5 is one of the rare cases we've deemed worthy of a TR Editor's Choice award, and I can personally attest to its excellence: since our review, my main system has been housed in the handsome titanium-and-black version that took center stage in our tests. It's continued to impress with its quiet manners, filtered intakes, and sturdy build quality. If you're not already familiar with the Define R5, our review is well worth a read, if I do say so myself.
We're still sorting out the details of how we'll give these cases away, but the most important part is for you to be at the TR BBQ. Go check out the official forum thread, RSVP, show up, and you might just drive home with a brand-new case—and that doesn't even account for the great food and fun you'll have. Even if you aren't a lucky winner, worry not: we're also giving away one of Nvidia's GeForce GTX 980 Ti graphics cards to the winner of the cornhole tournament we traditionally hold at the event. We hope to see you there!
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