'Tis the season for giving, and in that spirit, The Tech Report and our hardware partners have joined up to make this Christmas season special for some lucky TR gerbils. We've got a whopping 12 different prize packages to give away from the folks at Gigabyte, OCZ, Corsair, EVGA, and Monoprice. We'll be picking winners at the breakneck pace of one per day starting this coming Monday, December 14, 2015, and we'll continue until our big bag o' gifts is empty on Christmas day.
Peeking at presents ahead of time is a good way to end up on Santa's naughty list, but we've got such sweet prizes in our workshop right now that it'd be naughtier not to share.
To start, Gigabyte has tied some bows to several of its Intel and AMD motherboards, along with one of its GeForce GTX 970 Xtreme Gaming graphics cards. OCZ is throwing in a couple of its Vector 180 480GB SSDs. Monoprice has wrapped up a couple of bundles comprising its mechanical gaming keyboards and mousing surfaces. EVGA has put one of its motherboards and a GeForce GTX 980 graphics card under the tree.
Finally, Corsair has contributed two prize packages, one with a Strafe RGB keyboard and a Void RGB wireless headset that would make any tree-topping star or angel envious. That's not all, though. You'll have to stay tuned as we reveal the prizes to see exactly what's on offer.
We aren't Scrooges here, so you won't have to buy anything or sell your soul to enter the contest. You won't even have to draw a comic or display your dirty, shameful PC to the world. We'll reveal more details when we begin giving away prizes on Monday.
For now, be sure to follow Gigabyte, OCZ, EVGA, Corsair, and Monoprice on Facebook and Twitter for the latest news on those companies' products. Our thanks to those sponsors for helping us make this giveaway happen. Check back Monday to learn how to win.
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