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Win an RX 6600 XT graphics card or Fractal Design Lumen RGB AIO cooler! (Closed)

Update: This competition is now CLOSED and we can announce the winners. The RX 6600 XT is going to… Jake Casey! And the Lumen S24 is going to… Antony Leons! Thanks to all who entered and don't forget, you can still win our AMD Behemoth system!

We are back with another giveaway! This time around, we have two great prizes that will be going out to two winners. For starters, we're giving away a Sapphire Pulse RX 6600 XT graphics card, as well as a Fractal Design Lumen S24 RGB AIO cooler! 

We have reviewed both of these products recently. We praised the Sapphire Pulse RX 6600 XT for its efficient cooling and gaming performance, meanwhile the Fractal Design Lumen AIO liquid cooler earned our ‘Must Have' award for its strong cooling and eye-catching RGB setup.

So how do you go about winning one of these prizes? Well that part is simple, all you need to do is send an email over to [email protected] and include the subject line ‘I want to win a PC upgrade!. If you have a mail client installed, click HERE to quickly send us an email with the subject line auto-filled.

In the email, please include your answer to the following question: ‘What is the maximum read speed of the WD_Black SN850 M.2 SSD?‘ – If you need help finding the answer, you can find it HERE.

This competition is open to residents of the UK and EU. Entries are open from the 14th of September until 11:59PM BST on the 28th of September. Two winners will be selected (one for each prize) shortly after the competition closing date. Winners will be announced here and on KitGuru's social channels. Prizes will be sent out and marked as a gift, KitGuru is not responsible for any import charges. In compliance with GDPR, entry emails will be deleted after the competition ends and your data will not be shared. 

KitGuru Says: Good luck to everyone entering, we'll be back in two weeks to announce our winners! 

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