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KitGuru Advent Calendar 2020 Day 5: Win a G.Skill 64GB Trident Z Neo RAM kit (closed)

Update (06/12/20): This competition is now CLOSED. Thanks to all who entered. Our winner today is Max Spooner. If you missed out this time, then keep an eye out as we have new hardware giveaways each day up through Christmas. Your Day 6 competition can be found HERE

For Day 5 of the KitGuru Advent Calendar 2020, we’re teaming up with the folks at G.Skill to give you the chance to win an excellent memory upgrade. Our prize today is a 3600MHz, 64GB kit of Trident Z Neo memory.

G.Skill makes some of the best memory kits around. The Trident Z Neo series is primarily focused on providing fast memory to Ryzen-based systems, but it’ll also work with Intel PCs.

Entering this giveaway is simple, all you need to do is head over to THIS POST on our Facebook page and leave a comment. We plan to have a new discussion topic each day, today we are asking you guys to tell us how much RAM you currently have in your system. This competition is open in worldwide.

A winner will be picked at random by 10am December 6th, and a new competition will also be announced for Day 6.

Terms and Conditions: This competition is open to worldwide, starting at 10AM on December 5th and ending at 9:59AM on December 6th. Due to the busy Christmas season and the COVID-19 situation, prize deliveries could take longer than usual. In compliance with GDPR, we will not collect or store any personal information as part of this competition. Once the winner has been contacted and their prize received, personal details will be deleted from our email servers. Your details will not be shared, we respect your privacy.

KitGuru Says: Good luck to everyone entering today’s competition! We’ll be back to announce the winner tomorrow morning and open the door for Advent Calendar Day 6!

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