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Patriot Viper Competition- Win 16GB of 4400MHz RAM, a 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD and peripherals! (closed)

Update: This competition is now CLOSED. Thanks to all who entered, our winners this time are:

  • Jack Wilson- Viper Steel 16GB 4400MHz RAM
  • Brandon Wells- VPN100 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD
  • Sam Healey- V765 keyboard and V550 mouse

If you missed out this time, then you might want to check out our latest giveaway. As part of our annual reader survey, we are giving away a Gigabyte Aero 15 gaming laptop! You can find full details on that, HERE.

We are back with another competition! This time around, we are teaming up with Patriot to give away three prizes, including high-speed DDR4 RAM, a 1TB M.2 SSD and a peripheral bundle.

There are three prizes up for the grabs- one for each winner. The first prize is the Patriot Viper Steel 16GB DDR4 RAM kit with speeds of 4400MHz. The next prize is the Viper VPN100 1TB M.2 SSD with sequential read and write speeds of up to 3,450MB/s and up to 3,000MB/s respectively. We reviewed this SSD earlier in the year, so you can learn more about it, HERE.

Finally, the 3rd prize consists of a gaming peripheral bundle, featuring the Viper V765 mechanical RGB keyboard and the V550 mouse.

Entering is simple this time around. The competition is running through GLEAM, so you can either enter through the widget below, or on the Gleam page, HERE. You will just need to sign in and fill out the steps to unlock entries.

Patriot Viper Competition

Winners will be picked and contacted via email after the competition ends on Friday the 27th of September. Winners will also be announced via social media and on the main KitGuru website.

KitGuru Says: Good luck to everyone entering! There are some great prizes to be had here. 

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