PowerBuilds is a new show from Mixer featuring Justin Robey and Brenna Duffitt from the Xbox team at Microsoft. During the show, Brenna and Justin build all sorts of insane custom PCs using 3D-printed parts, expensive components, and of course, tons of extremely important RGB lights. They also give those epic PCs away too, live on their show on Mixer.
We're teaming up with PowerBuilds to give away a custom Windows Central-branded gaming rig, with an estimated value of around $2,500! You can check out the full spec over here, but the highlights include a Core i7-8700K CPU, a GTX 1070 GPU, 32GB of DDR4 memory, and a 1TB SSD for tons of storage. The winner will be revealed LIVE on the show on July 13!
PowerBuilds will complete the construction LIVE on their show on WatchMixer, which is every Friday 6PM US Eastern / 3PM US Pacific / 11PM UK. So be sure to tune in to check it out.
Ways to enter
- Use the widget below for all the different ways to enter! (You might have to disable your ad blocker to see it).
- Tune in to PowerBuilds LIVE and listen out for a special codeword for extra entries in the widget below!
One lucky reader will win a $2,500 custom gaming PC courtesy of Windows Central and PowerBuilds! See the full spec sheet here.
There are multiple ways to enter, each with varying point values, in the widget at the bottom of this post. Complete all of the tasks by clicking each option in the widget for maximum entries and your best shot at winning. Keep in mind that all winning entries are verified and if the task was not completed or cannot be verified, a new winner will be chosen. The contest is open internationally, but any customs fees or taxes incurred during shipping are the responsibility of the contest winner.
The giveaway is open until July 12, 2018, and the winner will be announced live on the PowerBuilds show on July 13th AND in the widget here after the show.
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