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Win a GIGABYTE AORUS GTX 1080Ti, a Z370 motherboard and Far Cry 5! (Closed)

Update: This competition is now closed. Thanks to everyone who entered. Our winners are: 

  • Main prize winner: Jonny Baldwin
  • Runner-up: Luca Guglielmetti
  • Runner-up: Neil Mullins

It's competition time once again. This month, we have teamed up with GIGABYTE to give one lucky reader the chance to win an awesome PC upgrade bundle, including a GTX 1080Ti, a brand new Z370 motherboard and a free copy of Far Cry 5!

The main prize bundle consists of the following:

  • GIGABYTE AORUS GeForce GTX 1080Ti.
  • GIGABYTE AORUS Z370 Ultra Gaming WiFi Motherboard.
  • Far Cry 5 (digital download).
  • AORUS backpack.

We will also be picking two runner-ups, who will receive a free copy of Far Cry 5 and an AORUS baseball cap just in time for the summer heatwave.

This time around, we are running this giveaway through Gleam, giving you the chance to rack up multiple entries to boost your chances. Be sure to check all of the entry options carefully and complete the Question/Answer entry if you want to take home the main prize:

AORUS & KitGuru giveaway

If you are planning on buying a Z370 motherboard anyway and don't fancy hedging your bets on a competition, then remember that GIGABYTE is currently bundling Far Cry 5 game codes with purchases of select Z370 and H370 motherboards.

This competition is running from Friday the 18th of May until the 18th of June. A winner will be announced one week after the competition closes. This particular competition is open to EU residents only.

KitGuru Says: Good luck to everyone entering!

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