CyberPowerPC and Intel Scavenger Hunt

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We’ve once again partnered with Intel to bring you a scavenger hunt with some amazing prizes. Watch our Intel SSD 600P video and visit several web pages to dig up the correct answers to the questionnaire at the end. Correct entries will be entered in to win several Intel SSDs or even the TSM 2016 Champion Limited Edition system valued at $1500 and powered by Intel.

The Grand Prize

Team Solomid has been a powerhouse in a variety of esport games and one lucky winner will receive the TSM 2016 Champion Limited Edition system. Looking at some of the specs, the computer contains an Intel Core Processor i7-6700K and a GeForce GTX 1070 8 GB graphics card. Along with its 32 GB of RAM, 800 Watt power supply, and 512 GB Intel 600P SSD, it is a terrific high-end system perfect for playing the best games on the highest settings. The case is also laser engraved with an exclusive TSM logo that truly makes it a system for esport professionals.

Additional Prizes

In addition to the TSM system we are also giving away two Intel SSDs. The first is part of their 750 series and is 400 GB in size while the second is from their 600P series and can hold 512 GB. Either one will be a great addition to your computer.

How to Enter

There are a total of four steps to entering the contest. First, watch our Intel SSD 600P video, then visit the Intel 600P SSD page, visit the CyberPowerPC Intel 600P Promo page, and then fill out the questionnaire with the correct answers. Participants who answer everything correctly will be entered into the giveaway.

—The Scavenger Hunt link—

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