Win Corsair iCUE Gaming Desktop PC #Giveaway (WW)

Corsair iCUE Gaming Desktop PC

Corsair iCUE Gaming Desktop PC



  • Date Started: December 02, 2019
  • Ending Date: December 23, 2019
  • Availability: 18 years old or older, open Worldwide
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  • Prize(s): Corsair iCUE Gaming Desktop PC Specs
    • Corsair Crystal Series 680X Gaming Case
    • Intel Core i7-9700K Eight Core Processor
    • 16GB Corsair VENGEANCE RGB Pro DDR4 RAM (3200MHz)
    • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER
    • 250GB Samsung 970 EVO PLUS M.2 SSD / 2TB Seagate Barracuda HDD
    • Corsair H100i RGB Platinum Hydro Series Cooler
    • 3 x Extra Corsair LL120 RGB LED Fans
    • ASUS ROG STRIX Z390-F GAMING Motherboard


A gaming computer or gaming rig is a personal computer designed for playing computationally demanding video games. Due to the integration of common hardware components onto the motherboard since the 1990s, a modern gaming computer is comparable to a mainstream computer with the addition of performance-oriented components, such as video cards and high core-count CPUs. Gaming computers are often associated with enthusiast computing due to an overlap in interests; however, while a gaming PC is built to achieve performance for actual gameplay, enthusiast PCs are built to maximize performance, using games as a real application benchmark. Whereas enthusiast PCs are high-end by definition, gaming PCs can be subdivided into low-end, mid-range, and high-end markets. Video card manufacturers earn the bulk of their revenue from their low-end and mid-range offerings.

Because of the large variety of parts that can go into a computer built to play video games, gaming computers are frequently custom-assembled, rather than pre-assembled, either by gaming and hardware enthusiasts or by companies that specialize in producing custom gaming machines. In order to generate interest, gaming computer manufacturers that sell complete systems often produce boutique models, allowing them to compete on aesthetic design in addition to the hardware inside. (source:





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