If you've read our Core i7 3960X Review, you'll know that Intel's Sandy Bridge E platform can be incredibly fast. If you want to own a 3960X system without the pesky details of actually paying for the machine, Intel is kicking off a contest today where you can enter to win such a thing (and more). 

Every week for the next four weeks Intel will be giving away something SNB-E related. Each giveaway period starts at 9AM PT and ends at 5PM PT, 7 days later. The first giveaway begins today.

This week Intel is giving away a Core i7 3930K with a DX79SI motherboard (the same board we used in our SNB-E CPU review). Next week it'll be a 3960X with the DX79SI. The following week it'll be a 3960X, DX79SI, Intel RTS2011LC cooler and Intel SSD 510. And the grand prize will be a hand selected build around the 3960X from Newegg.

For full contest rules and entry information head on over to Intel's Facebook page. The official messaging from Intel is below. Good luck!

Win an Incredible Intel Unlocked PC & More: 32 in 32 Challenge

Win weekly unlocked prize packages from Intel and Newegg starting November 14. Take home the grand prize and you'll fly to Newegg HQ for a chance to build your own Intel Enthusiast PC valued at over $5,000. Weekly prize bundles include Intel® Core™ i7 Extreme Edition processors, Intel® Desktop Boards, Intel® Solid-State Drives, and other system components.

Each week is a chance to win a different unlocked prize package. To win the grand prize, create and submit a video explaining in about 32 seconds why you deserve to a chance to build your ultimate unlocked PC.

For complete rules and entry details, check out Intel’s Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/Intel?sk=app_151472421569461

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  • IsDanReally - Tuesday, November 15, 2011 - link

    Thanks for the link. Glad Canada is included this time. Reply
  • Bamboozle - Monday, November 14, 2011 - link

    Win Reply
  • VenkateshV - Monday, November 14, 2011 - link

    Why are all contests US / Canada only? Here is a brief T&C from the contest :

    NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Giveaway (Weeks 1-3) Ends 12/4/11, subject to Entry Periods. Contest (Week 4), ends 12/15/11. Giveaway and Contest are; (a) subject to full official rules available at www.poweredbyintel.com; (b) open to legal residents of the 50 US, DC and Canada (excluding residents of Quebec), at least 18 years of age or age of majority in province/territory of residence at time of entry; and (c) void where prohibited. The Giveaway and Contest are in no way sponsored, endorsed, or administered by Facebook. You understand that you are providing your information to Intel Corporation and not to Facebook. The information you provide will be used for purposes of selecting and notifying prize winners. Official Rules. Privacy Policy.
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  • Arnulf - Tuesday, November 15, 2011 - link

    They are trying to double the 'sales' figures I suspect. How could such an elegant chip turn out to be such a piece of bloat even though the graphics portion was chopped off ? Reply
  • xaviergzz - Wednesday, November 30, 2011 - link

    I never won anything Reply

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