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Win 24GB of Patriot Viper ‘Black Mamba’ DDR3 memory!

As our regular readers know, we have some of the best competitions on the internet and today is no exception. If you were paying attention earlier in the day, then you will already have read our review of the excellent new Patriot Viper ‘Black Mamba’ 2,133mhz memory. The company have donated three 8GB kits to three lucky readers!

If you haven’t already read our review, then head over to this page for a quick perusal to wet the appetite. This memory overclocked easily in our labs to 2,400mhz+.

To stand a chance of winning one of these memory kits, just follow the guidelines below:

1. Like the KITGURU FACEBOOK page!

2. Like the PATRIOT MEMORY page!

3. Then just email us the answer to a really simple question.

‘If I win this memory I can easily overclock it to…”

a: 800 mhz

b: 2400mhz-2500 mhz

c: the moon and back

Need help with the answer? visit this page.

When you have the question sorted, email Kitguru (competitions (at) kitguru.net) with the subject line ‘My memory sucks, pimp my rig Patriot!, along with your answer (a, b or c), full address and telephone number in the main email text.

This competition is open to residents worldwide.

The competition will close 20th August 2012  and the winner will be announced within the next few days. The prize will ship within the following week. Please note that KitGuru will use your email address for future mailing lists. You can unsubscribe from these emails at any time. We do not give your email address to any third parties, we value your privacy. Please note that multiple entries with the same shipping address will be blacklisted.

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