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Win a be quiet! hardware bundle! (closed)

Update: This competition is now closed and we can announce the winners… Marco Mazzolini and Adam Easdown! Thanks to all who entered, and be sure to check out our current giveaway where you could win a 1TB NVMe SSD and 12-core Ryzen processor!

This week, we are teaming up with be quiet! to give away one of two excellent bundles to get your next PC build started. The bundle includes the new Pure Base 500DX chassis, a Pure Rock 2 CPU cooler, Pure Power 11 600W power supply and a goodie bag. 

There are two bundles that the winner can choose from:

Bundle 1-

Bundle 2-

For those who missed the Pure Base 500DX announcement earlier this year, this is a high airflow chassis, with a mesh front panel and three Pure Wings 2 140mm fans. It also has a tempered glass side window, so you can show off your hardware. Meanwhile, the Pure Rock 2 is be quiet!'s latest CPU cooler aimed at quiet operation, taming up to 150W TDP of heat.

To enter this competition, all you need to do is send an email over to ‘[email protected]‘ with the subject line ‘I want to win some be quiet! hardware‘. In the email, please include an answer to the following question: How many heat pipes are on the Pure Rock 2?

If you have any trouble finding the answer, you will be able to find it on the official product page, HERE. Also be sure to follow be quiet! over on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for the latest updates.

This competition is open to residents of the UK and EU. All entries must be sent from the 12th of May 2020 to the 19th of May at 11:59 PM. A winner will be announced within 14 days of the closing date. Once the competition ends, all emails will be deleted, we do not collect or share your information. We respect your privacy.

KitGuru Says: Good luck to everyone entering! We'll be back to announce a winner soon.

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