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KitGuru Advent Calendar Day 22: Win a Fractal Design Define S2 case and Celsius S36 liquid cooler! (closed)

Update: This competition is now closed. Thanks to everyone who entered! Our winner today is Craig Thurston!

If you missed out this time around, then keep an eye out as we have a few more competitions lined up for the holidays. Today’s giveaway is in partnership with Thermaltake and can be found HERE. 

We have reached day 22 of the KitGuru Advent Calendar! Today, we are teaming up with Fractal Design to give away a brand new Define S2 case and a Celsius S36 AIO liquid cooler!

We previously reviewed the Fractal Design Define S2 earlier this year, praising it for its airflow, PWM smart fan hub and full-length dust filters. We haven’t had a chance to review the Celsius 36 AIO liquid cooler, but with a 360mm radiator and PWM fans, it is bound to serve the winner well.

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 what PC case and cooler you are currently using- if you have a picture, then even better!

A winner will be picked randomly tomorrow as we roll on to the next competition, so get your entries in fast! Also, be sure to send a thank you over to Fractal Design over on Facebook or Twitter, the prizes are coming directly from them, so this would not have been possible without their support!

KitGuru Says: We’ll see you back here again tomorrow to announce the winner! A big thank you to Fractal Design for partnering with us on day 22 and thanks to all of our KitGuru readers for supporting us throughout 2018!

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