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AMD BEHEMOTH PC winner announced!

If you’ve been checking in on KitGuru recently, then you’ll have noticed that we’ve been running a giveaway for the AMD BEHEMOTH modded PC that James has been building over the last couple of months. Today, we’re pleased to announce the winner of this incredible system. 

The AMD BEHEMOTH PC project has been in the works for months, featuring full custom liquid-cooling, two systems housed in one case and plenty of high-end hardware. If you missed out on our videos chronicling the build of this beast, then you can find all of the parts in the list below:

  • Part One – the components and the case
  • Part Two – Modding begins
  • Part Three – Custom panels, cables and colour coding
  • Part Four – The liquid cooling loop and performance tests

Since this full system weighs over 50KG and is worth around £22,000, we decided that hand delivering the system to a winner based in the UK would be the best course of action. Now without any further delays, our winner is … Cameron Marples!

We have already contacted Cameron this morning to arrange delivery and soon enough, James will be driving there to hand the Behemoth over in person. We’ll have another update to share once the system has been delivered.

KitGuru Says: Thanks to everyone who entered this giveaway, and a big thanks to AMD for working with us on this project. Finally, we’d like to offer a big congratulations to  Cameron for winning this PC. If you missed out on this giveaway, then keep an eye out, as we always have new competitions in the works throughout the year. 

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