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Win 1 of 3 be quiet! Silent Base 600 PC cases with KitGuru

We like to give back to our audience as much as we can at KitGuru, which is why this month, we are once again teaming up with be quiet! to give away not one but THREE Silent Base 600 PC cases! We will even let you pick your own colour and specify whether or not you want a side panel window or not.

The be quiet! Silent Base 600 comes in Orange, Silver and Black colour options in both windowed and non-windowed configurations (see pictures below). We published our review today and the case scored 8.5 out of 10 winning our WORTH BUYING award!

You can read and watch our review of the be quiet! Silent Base 600 case HERE.

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To stand a chance of winning all you need to do is answer the following question:

How many additional fans (besides the pre-installed ones) can be installed in the Silent Base 600 (non windowed version)?

  1. A. 2
  2. B. 4
  3. C. 5

Answers can be submitted to the following email address: [email protected], with the subject line ‘Win a Silent Base 600 case with KitGuru! Make sure to include your shipping address along with a link to your Facebook profile so that we can ensure that you are in-fact a real person and not some kind of contest winning robot.

You can discuss on our Facebook page, HERE. Also, make sure to drop by the be quiet! page too!

Due to shipping logistics be quiet! can only ship the case to residents in the European Union. This competition is open from the 6th of October until the 27th of October. Winners will be announced shortly after. Multiple entries from the same shipping address will be disqualified so please do only enter once. Your email address will be used for future mailing lists, though you can unsubscribe at any time. We do not give your email address to any third parties, we value your privacy. Please do not email any other KitGuru addresses or send private messages via Facebook in regards to this competition- that is not a valid means of entering.

Comments are closed. This is an email entry only competition.

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