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Enter Our Contest to Win One of Three SBM PCs

Few things are certain in life, but we do know that we like to win, free stuff is cool, and nothing beats that new computer smell. All of those things are possible if you enter the Tom’s Hardware System Builder Marathon Contest.

You’ve read our Builder Marathon articles for years and now you can win one those featured PCs in our latest contest in conjunction with Newegg.

We’ve got three full systems to give away: the high-end, mid-range and entry level PC.

For more on each of the systems, check out the links below:

Want to take one of those systems home? Entering is simple. All you have to do is answer a few multiple choice questions correctly to be eligible for the random draw. All the answers can be found in our featured articles, which are conveniently linked for you. Think of it as an open book quiz!

The contest is open to U.S. (excluding RI) and Canadian residents 18 years or older and will run through July 3, 2009 (11:59 pm PST, GMT -8).

Click here to enter.

Good luck!

  • Tindytim
    What do you have against Rhode Island Tom's?
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  • sublifer
    Yay! contest time!
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  • sublifer
    The "Contest Rules" links aren't active in the contest page.
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  • sublifer
    Sorry for triple post, but whats the empty box on the confirmation screen supposed to contain? Right below "Thank you for entering Tom's Hardware System Builder Marathon Contest" is the empty box...
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  • jonpaul37
    WHY NOT RHODE ISLAND!?!?!?! we have Family Guy!!!
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  • Pei-chen
    Newegg won't allow New Yorker to join their win a car contest so no one cares about RIer.
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  • justjc
    Am I the only one who misread the title to be a chance for us users to give our bids on systems to compete in a SBM article?
    Was kind of looking forward to going through Newegg to find the best computer for 650$
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  • Rhode Island has some really stupid bureaucratic laws regarding any giveaway contest that has a prize worth more than $500. Not only that, you have to file a $150 filing fee, give them a bunch of paperwork, and the whole nine yards.

    Not doing any of those results in a misdemeanor for the company doing the giveway.
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  • jonpaul37
    @ justjc. I agree, it would be very nice for Toms to have a contest for building the best Gaming/Enthusiast/Performance PC for the $, only thing is, it is biased by what's on sale/combo deals on the EGG, not to mention benchmarking to prove that one system is better than the other...
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  • jonpaul37
    man, i guess that's why they won't pass a bil for a Casino in Rhode Island, Damn Politicians!!!
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