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[Sponsored] Win a Fractal Design Core 3500 Window Edition Case

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Last Chance!

Nothing gives us that Friday feeling like a good old fashioned contest, and we want to share that feeling with you. We’ve partnered with our friends at Fractal Design to give away two of their fabulous cases to a couple of our readers. First prize is a Fractal Design Core 3500 Window Edition Case and second prize is a Fractal Design Core 3300 Case.

Entering is pretty simple. Visit THIS LINK RIGHT HERE and enter in your information. Then click enter. No purchase necessary. The contest will run from June 20 (that’s today) at 9:00 AM PST through to June 27 at 9:00 PM PST.

Peep the specs for each case below!

The Core 3500 Window Edition

  • ATX, E-ATX (up to 295 mm wide), Micro ATX, Mini ITX motherboard compatibility
  • 2 drive bays of 5,25"
  • 4 bays 3.5"- all compatible with SSDs
  • 2 -2.5" dedicated SSD unit position
  • 7 expansion slots
  • Graphics cards up to 430mm in length may be installed in the upper four slots
  • With HDD cage in primary position, cards up to 295mm can be installed in bottom three slots
  • With HDD cage in the secondary position graphics cards up to 260mm are supported in the bottom three slots
  • Support cooling system: 6 - Fan positions (3 Silent Series R2 fans included)
  • Filtered fan slots in front and bottom
  • CPU coolers up to 180 mm in height
  • Integrated fan controller 
  • ATX PSUs up to 170 mm deep when using the primary bottom fan location for a 140mm fan; when not using this fan location longer PSUs can be used
  • Including a large 270 x 290mm tinted window
  • 22 mm of space for cable routing behind the motherboard plate
  • Thick rubber grommets on all holes on the motherboard plate
  • Available in Black
  • Case dimensions (WxHxD):233 x 465 x 517mm 
  • Net weight: 8.6 kg
  • Package dimensions (WxHxD): 322 x 625 x 540mm
  • Package weight: 10.1kg

(Full Core 3500 Window Edition specs here)

Core 3300

  • ATX, E-ATX (up to 295 mm wide) Micro ATX, Mini ITX motherboard compatibility
  • 2 drive bays of 5,25"
  • 3 bays 3.5"- all compatible with SSDs
  • 2 -2.5" dedicated SSD unit position
  • 7 expansion slots
  • Support Graphics cards up to 430mm. One or more 3.5" hard drives may interfere with side-mounted power connectors on graphics cards longer than 255 mm
  • Support cooling system: 7 - Fan positions (2 Silent Series R2 fans included)
  • Filtered fan slots in front and bottom
  • CPU coolers up to 185 mm in height
  • ATX PSUs up to 170 mm deep when using the bottom fan location for a 140mm fan; when not using this fan location longer PSUs can be used  
  • 22 mm of space for cable routing behind the motherboard plate
  • Available in Black
  • Case dimensions (WxHxD):233 x 451 x 517mm 
  • Net weight: 7.8 kg
  • Package dimensions (WxHxD): 322 x 625 x 540mm
  • Package weight: 9.3 kg

(Full Core 3300 specs here)

Of course, it wouldn’t be a contest without some rules (we know, we know). This contest is only open to residents of the United States (excluding residents of Rhode Island) and you must be over 18 to enter. Only one entry per person as per the official rules (which can be found in full here) but sharing the link with friends will result in more chances to win (if your friend enters using your share link).

ENTER HERE

Good luck!!

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    RoxasForTheWin , June 20, 2014 12:15 PM
    That'd be cool to win
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    urbanman2004 , June 23, 2014 6:12 PM
    Quote:
    That'd be cool to win

    Sure would
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    Amdlova , June 24, 2014 4:15 PM
    only problem is US only :)  people in brazil buy i7 to stay on facebook. here the people don't know about fractal rosewill or other companies. Corsair and thermaltake make all the party alone.
    bitfenix prodigy 75 usd here same prodigy 175 usd. people pay alot to new shine tech!
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    TheMentalist , June 26, 2014 11:48 AM
    Sucks that it's only for the US :(