Welcome to Guru3D's Rig of the Month!
We just adore PC related hardware & think you do too. And sometimes you guys really make a PC that really stands out. We ask you to answer a few simple questions and send in photos of your rig. Each month we'll have a look at the entries and perhaps pick you and post your PC with photos and everything here at Guru3D.com. Here you can find out what you need to do and win a nice prize courtesy of Corsair.
Guru3D Rig of the Month is sponsored by Corsair
Each month one winner walks away with a cool prize. This month we give away the CORSAIR HS70 Wireless Gaming Headset (guru3d review) provides exceptional comfort, superior sound quality, a fully detachable microphone, and up to 16 hours of battery life.
Note - This competition runs worldwide, however, due to complex delivery and customs issues in Russia, South America, and Africa cannot be shipped a prize. That said, let's do some modding.
Each month here at Guru3D.com we feature one of you guys, your PC, your DIY project. It is quite honestly amazing how much detail and dedication you put into a PC, and every now and then it really shows.
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Would you like to have your PC published and eligible to win great prizes? Check out this landing page and read what is required. Please submit good quality photo's and don't forget to submit the form.
Guru3D Rig of the Month In this ROTM we visit Croatia, where Božo is at it again with a build that once you take a closer look at it, is just staggering. So please, don't let the background wallpaper draw your attention as this is one is tagged, the Intel Coppermine build - yep, we're going all RETRO at 600 Mhz again :) 1. What is your name / nickname /age / occupation? My name is Božo Kauric aka Sabba, I am 39, a 3D designer from Croatia. 2. What did you first come here for? Oh, it was a really long time ago, but I mostly come here for the news and reviews. 3. What do you mainly use the system for? This was just a fun project that happened by accident. Before we move on, the Pentium III - Intel Coppermine showcase ... running even at 600 MHz :-)