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Supermicro SuperO Z490 Motherboard Giveaway! (closed)

Update: This competition is now closed and we can announce the winner… Andrew Barber! Congratulations Andrew and thanks to all who entered.

This month, we are teaming up with Supermicro to give away a Z490 motherboard to one lucky winner. If you are preparing a new system upgrade, then this is the perfect prize. 

Supermicro is best known in the server motherboard space, but some of that expertise has now transitioned over to the gaming market. Our prize for this competition is the Supermicro SuperO C9Z490-PGW, a motherboard that delivers server quality functionality, reliability and durability, with components optimised to maximise efficiency and thermal performance.

How to Enter:

So how do you go about winning this motherboard? That part is simple, all you have to do is send an email over to ‘[email protected]‘ with the subject line ‘I want to win a Z490 motherboard!‘. In the email, just let us know what CPU you would pair with this motherboard.

Also be sure to follow Supermicro Gaming on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Terms and Conditions: This competition is open to UK residents only. The competition will run from the 4th of February until the 11th of February 23.59 GMT. A winner will then be randomly picked and announced after the closing date. In compliance with GDPR, we will not collect or store any personal information as part of this competition. Once the winner has been contacted and their prize received, personal details will be deleted from our email servers. All entry emails will also be deleted from our servers after closing. Your details will not be shared, we respect your privacy.

KitGuru Says: Good luck to everyone entering, we’ll be back to announce the winner later this month! 

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