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Win ONE OF FIVE HyperX Blu Kits with Kingston & KitGuru!

Today our good friends at Kingston have very kindly offered not one, but five HyperX Blu memory kits as a prize for five lucky KitGuru readers! (KHX1600C9D3B1K2/4GX)

KitGuru have reviewed many Kingston products over the last couple of months, and be sure to check out our latest review on the front page of the phenomenal new HyperX H20 kit!

So the big question is how do you win a 4GB HyperX Blu kit and can you enter? You will be pleased to hear that KitGuru is allowing entry from all over the world, there are no special requirements, all you need is a forum account with a minimum of 10 posts (at time of closing) to make your entry valid.

We want you to come up with a slogan for Kingston, it can be funny, silly, serious or just daft, the choice is yours. Five winners will receive a HyperX Blu kit each after the competition closes.

Here is an example of a ‘slogan’ “Kingston – I need my memory enhanced, I keep forgetting how crap my system is!”

Enter in this thread on our forums over here.

The competition will end on Friday the 19th of November and the winners will be picked from the forum thread. Anyone can enter, regardless of location and you can enter as many times as you want – there is no charge, all you need to do is have a forum account (with 10 posts at time of closing) and if you win when it ends we will contact you directly to get your shipping information. Moderators (volunteers) can enter the competition – only paid members of the administration team are blacklisted from entering.

This front page news listing is CLOSED, you can’t enter here or discuss the competition, you MUST visit the forum (link above). To Minimise confusion comments are disabled.

KitGuru says: What are you waiting for, get entering !

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