Enter to Win a New System Builder's Marathon PC

Dear readers, it's that wonderful time again – our System Builder Marathon series for Summer 2011 with Newegg.

Just as we've done in the past, we put a few different system configurations through their paces and analyze various different points of price and performance. They make great reads for those putting together new machines, and they also have the positive side effect of being the prizes for our giveaways!

If you're a Tom's Hardware reader in the U.S. (excluding RI) and are 18 years of age or older, then you're eligible to win just by filling out this form here.

Remember to keep up with our ongoing System Builder Marathon series:

Day 1: The $2000 Performance PC
Day 2: The $1000 Enthusiast PC
Day 3: The $500 Gaming PC
Day 4: Performance And Value, Dissected
Day 5: Tom's Hand-Picked SuperCombo

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  • c0oim4n
    What the crap? Does Canada not exist? What about Europe? Australia? Hell, I'd be more than willing to flip the shipping bill if you extended it to Canada, but Tom's is just alienating the entire world outside the U.S.
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  • jprahman
    The bashing Tom's for not extending the contest to non-US readers deal is getting old. Every time this contest comes around at least one person whines and the reasons have to be explained yet another time. Maybe Tom's should post a notice in the stories they announce the contest explaining the reasons so that no one wastes anymore comments.
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  • Max Collodi
    For those wondering why the contest is for US residents only.

    http://www.howstuffworks.com/question541.htm
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  • c0oim4n
    What the crap? Does Canada not exist? What about Europe? Australia? Hell, I'd be more than willing to flip the shipping bill if you extended it to Canada, but Tom's is just alienating the entire world outside the U.S.
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  • stm1185
    I love these contests and the quality builds. Though I do question some choices, like not going with 8gb of ram in a $1000 build when you can get it for under $100.

    Canadians, Rhode Islander's and the rest can you stop complaining about these contests and start trying to change your own laws/customs that make it a complicated pain in the behind to let you in.
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  • joytech22
    I'm sure if it was world-wide, people would still pay shipping.
    Why does it "have" to be limited to those locations?

    Is there a law against giving things away to people outside the U.S or something?
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