To commemorate the Thanksgiving holiday here in the U.S., HotHardware and our friends at Thermaltake, Gigabyte, and AMD have teamed up to put together one heck of an exciting full-system give-away! This time around we're giving you all a chance to win an AMD FX-8320-infused, custom-built rig complete with 8GB of RAM, a Gigabyte 990FX-based motherboard and Radeon HD 7950 graphics card—among many other goodies--all wrapped up in a slick Thermaltake Level 10 GT Battle Edition case. To sweeten the deal, the system also features a wide array of Thermaltake accessories including their awesome Level 10 mouse, MEKA G1 keyboard, and a gaming headset. The complete parts list and breakdown for this custom gaming rig are listed below:
4) If you're on Google +, adding HotHardware to your circles will increase visibility as well. 5) That's it! The contest will run through December 17, 2012, at which point we'll announce the lucky winner. Get in early and post here, in the HH news discussions and in our forum often! ** Please note, this give-away is for U.S. or Canadian residents only. The winner, if selected and located at a Canadian ship-to address, will assume all duties / taxes associated with delivery. Any / all winners are responsible for any applicable taxes associated with contest prize. This is a great chance for to you to win a custom, powerful new PC featuring awesome components from Thermaltake, Gigabyte and AMD. Good Luck everyone!
Another awesome giveaway by HH!!!! Good Luck to anyone that wants it.
Nice!! I should add this to the forums!
Well, good luck on this. I'll be as active as I can. =)
This is a MASSIVE giveaway. AWESOME!!!!
:O wow i want
Another awesome PC from HH!
How cool is that?
Wow, thank you for having this incredible giveaway!
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You guys are amazing and your give aways only get more spectacular!
Wow ! What a sweet rig !
Wow, this is an awesome giveaway.
Whoaaa! This is an awesome rig
Dat case! Good luck everyone.
I'm surprised more of you aren't jazzed about that PSU. 🙂 Between that PSU, Cooler, and Mobo, something tells me the CPU is going to overclock just a wee bit!