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KitGuru’s 100K Subscriber giveaway PC has arrived with the winner!

In July, KitGuru hit 100K subscribers on our YouTube channel, and to celebrate the achievement, we gave away a custom-built gaming PC worth £4000. Our lucky winner for this giveaway is Paul McMitchell, and the PC – plus monitor, peripherals and accessories! – have now arrived in their new home.

To recap, this PC was built by our very own Leo Waldock with the following components, totalling £3800:

  • £300 CPU – AMD Ryzen 7 3700X
  • £65 CPU Cooler- Zalman CNPS 20X
  • £305 Motherboard – ASRock B550 Taichi
  • £225 RAM G.Skill Trident Z Neo 32GB (2x16GB) DR4-3600 CL16-19-19-39
  • £1,150 Graphics card – Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition
  • £150 SSD – 1TB Kioxia Exceria NVMe
  • £120 Case – Phanteks Eclipse P500A
  • £70 Fans – Phanteks SK PWM fans and fan hub
  • £290 Power Supply- Seasonic Prime Titanium 1000
  • £300 Monitor – AOC C27G2ZU Curved 27-inch 240Hz 1080p
  • Windows 10 Home

and a total £795 of Corsair peripherals:

  • £150 Virtuoso headset
  • £200 K95 Platinum XT
  • £90 iCUE NEXUS Companion screen
  • £100 Dark Core Pro SE mouse
  • £80 LS100 Starter Set
  • £130 LT100 Starter set
  • £45 MM800C RGB Polaris Cloth mouse mat

The system arrived with Paul on Monday 24th August, and he has since been in touch to share these photos with us. Thankfully everything arrived safe and sound, and Paul now has the system up and running – and we particularly like that wallpaper Paul!

With an RTX 2080 Ti and Ryzen 7 3700X, this PC should be churning out high frame rate for many years to come.

We would like to thank all the sponsors involved with this giveaway, including AMD, Nvidia, Corsair, ASRock, Phanteks, Zalman, G.Skill, AOC, Kioxia and Seasonic.

KitGuru says: Congratulations Paul and we hope you have fun with the new setup! And a special thanks to all our readers, old and new, for helping us reach the 100K milestone.

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