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KitGuru Reader Awards 2021 – Win a PC worth £4,000! (closed)

Update: This competition is now closed and we can announce the winner – Sergej G. from Germany! We have already been in touch with Sergej and will be shipping the PC ASAP. Thanks again to everyone who entered!

With an RTX 3080 graphics card, Intel Core i9-10900K processor and a pair of NVMe drives, our Reader Awards prize this year is pretty special. The MSI Aegis Ti5 launched close to £4,000 with this configuration and the crazy way that graphics card pricing has gone, means that the price has hardly moved. You probably saw the KitGuru Editorial Awards back in May, well now it's your chance to tell us which brands you think are making the best products – and will a chance to win this amazing looking MSI Aegis Ti5 PC!

Filling in the whole survey can take less than 5 minutes, but you don’t have to answer every question – only those where you have a strong opinion. At the end of the survey, you can choose to leave your email address for a chance to win this high-powered PC from MSI.

You can get a full technical breakdown on the MSI Aegis Ti5 here. The key parts of the specification include dual 1TB SSDs, 128GB of memory (configured as 4x 32GB) alongside a 3TB data drive, MSI RTX 3080 Ventus 3X graphics card and the Intel Core i9-10900K processor.

Voting starts immediately and ends on 10th September. Click HERE or on the image below to begin!

The prize is available worldwide, so no matter where you live you have a chance of winning. We always respect your privacy, so your email won’t be sold and all email addresses will be deleted once the winner has been contacted. Your answers will be fed into the EHA Community Awards. Entries stop at 12pm BST on 10th September. Winner will be announced shortly after to arrange delivery. KitGuru standard competition formal rules apply. The Editor's decision is final.

We really appreciate you taking the time to let us know what you think.

KitGuru says: One lucky winner will certainly be enjoying a different gaming experience with this prize – GOOD LUCK!

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