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Enter to Win One of Our Latest SBM Gaming PCs

Some of you may have already entered this contest – but for those of you who haven't, don't miss out!

As part of our regular Newegg System Builder Marathon procedure, we're giving away our configurations for the three PCs. The entry level configuration is valued at $660; the mid-range at $1,300; and the high-end at $2,500.

This contest is open to those in the U.S. age 18 or older and closes January 8, 2010.

Enter the contest by hitting the link here.

For more information on the systems, and their values and performance compared, check out our feature article.

Marcus Yam
Marcus Yam served as Tom's Hardware News Director during 2008-2014. He entered tech media in the late 90s and fondly remembers the days when an overclocked Celeron 300A and Voodoo2 SLI comprised a gaming rig with the ultimate street cred.
  • Regulas
    The bottom case looks like it could be Lian Li case, they are nice.
    $2,500 would be one killer rig.
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  • mlcloud
    Yes! I always love more competition to take the probability of victory away from me!

    xD. Hope everyone is enjoying their holiday season. New Years is just around the corner.
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  • mlcloud
    RegulasThe bottom case looks like it could be Lian Li case, they are nice.$2,500 would be one killer rig.
    You do realize all the specs are posted in their respective articles, right? There is no "would be a killer rig" here, it IS a killer rig (although I feel that there are some spots it could have been improved on).
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  • the_krasno
    You don't have to live in the US to work at Tom's (Jane being the best example), but it's a must to participate in their contests.

    Is the hassle of employing a foreign that much easier than the hassle of international shipping?

    I'm very, VERY dissapointed.
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  • Kohlhagen
    I would take any of those.
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  • Atticah
    But.........Can it play 3 games at once very high settings?
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  • bertschkid
    What if I don't remember if I entered the contest previously? Can I still submit without my entry being reject just in case I accidentally submit twice?

    Quite pathetic that I can't remember if I did or not.
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  • Winner????? Pweaseeeeeeee
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  • randomizer
    the_krasnoIs the hassle of employing a foreign that much easier than the hassle of international shipping?There is alot of red tape to go through for international contests to be technically legal. It's simpler to restrict it to the US. It's got nothing to do with shipping, as PNY ran a contest with similar restrictions and the prizes were program keys.
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  • fulle
    In the system builders I like seeing the effort to try new things, so that we can get a better feel on how to best spend our money in our "real" builds. With all my buddies building systems with i5 750s (3 people actually), I thought it was really interesting to see how dual 5850 and 5870s perform, considering that they're all using crossfire enabled boards and planning on buying new Radeons.

    Some strong performers this time around too. The $1300 PC had more graphic punch than December's $2500 PC! Lets hope that whomever wins these babies gives them as much "Love" and attention as I would... Lets hope gamers win, cuz, the idea of any of these machines doing just spreadsheets and email would make me sad.
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