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Win a Gigabyte RTX 3070 Ti Gaming OC graphics card! (closed)

Update: This competition is now CLOSED! Our winner this time is… Ryan Jackson! We'll be getting in touch with the winner today to arrange prize shipping. If you missed out this time around, then keep an eye out as we'll have more competitions coming up soon. 

There is no doubt it has been a tough couple of years for gamers – system components have risen in price substantially since 2021, and graphics cards in particular have become very tough to acquire. With that in mind we decided to do a little shopping on Amazon – and picked up a Gigabyte RTX 3070 Ti Gaming OC card, priced at around £800. One lucky KitGuru reader will be able to use this card as a system upgrade in the coming weeks. We have had good success with Gigabyte Gaming OC cards in the past so we picked this card out of the selection available on Amazon last week.

TO ENTER: Entering this competition is very simple. All you need to do is head over to THIS FACEBOOK POST HERE and share a picture of your current GPU or PC system. That's it – no strings attached! A winner will be chosen at random once the competition has closed.

Terms and Conditions: The competition will run for 10 days, opening 10am GMT March 21st, and closing 10AM BST March 31st. The winner will be chosen at random. KitGuru will cover the cost of shipping anywhere in the world. However, be aware while we will mark the shipment as ‘competition prize'  and we are shipping from the United Kingdom so depending on your country, local import duties may occur which are out of our control. In compliance with GDPR, any emails between winner and KitGuru staff will be deleted from our mail server inbox after the competition is closed and your details will not be shared with any third parties, we respect your privacy. Our decision is final.

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