Monday, February 3rd 2020

Fractal Design Announces the Aventador-inspired Gaming PC Giveaway

Fractal Design partnered with Greg Salazar to bring you a chance to win a pre-built gaming PC inspired by the Lamborghini Aventador. Other prizes include 24-hour exotic car rentals so you can turn heads wherever you go. The star attraction is the Aventador-inspired gaming PC, powered by Fractal Design hardware. Nestled in a custom Fractal Design Meshify C chassis, and powered by a Fractal Design Ion+ 860 W Platinum power-supply, this beast has some serious chops: AMD Ryzen 9 3900X processor, MSI MPG X570 Gaming Pro Carbon motherboard, MSI GeForce RTX 2070 Super Gaming X graphics card, 16 GB G.Skill RipJaws V memory, and Samsung 860 EVO 500 GB storage. The main giveaway hosted on Gleam lets you win the Aventador-inspired gaming PC, while a bonus giveaway form lets you take a crack at the exotic car rentals. Gleam lets you increase your chances of winning by up to 24 times. Open from now, February 4, 01:00 UTC, until February 18, 05:59 UTC, the main giveaway is open worldwide. Good Luck!

For more information, and to participate, visit this page.
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21 Comments on Fractal Design Announces the Aventador-inspired Gaming PC Giveaway

#1
dinmaster
lets take a case and do nothing to make it look like the car other than color.
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#2
Khonjel
dinmaster
lets take a case and do nothing to make it look like the car other then color.
Even the color doesn't match imo. Orange colored lambo is forever immortalised in my mind as a Murcielago, not an Avantador.
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#3
AsRock
TPU addict
Shameful.
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#4
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
I think it looks ugly but if its free then hell yeah im in!!
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#5
MDWiley
How about trying to innovate new and improved case designs instead of milking the same mid ATX tower that’s been out for years now? Still no tempered glass version of the Nano S and I admit I’m still salty about it.
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#7
TechLurker
The least Fractal Design could have done was either do an Aventador-shaped chassis that accommodates an mATX or ITX mobo and looks like an oversized R/C or Model Car one would put on their desk, or take some inspiration from early 2000s case designs and go for some sleek PC design that actually evokes elements of the Aventador besides color.
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#8
Ferrum Master
I don't use twitter.

Kinda pushy with no email option...
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#10
AsRock
TPU addict
Ferrum Master
I don't use twitter.

Kinda pushy with no email option...
Personally don't use any of them, they already proven they cannot be trusted.
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#11
Legacy-ZA
AsRock
Personally don't use any of them, they already proven they cannot be trusted.
Indeed. No need to sell your soul for a couple of silicon boards which usefulness will expire within 5 years.
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#12
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
AsRock
Personally don't use any of them, they already proven they cannot be trusted.
you don't use email?

Anyway, really disliking the social aspect of these things. Just let me enter my mail and if the RNG gods are kind that's the entry that'll come up.
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#13
Ferrum Master
Frick
ust let me enter my mail and if the RNG gods are kind that's the entry that'll come up.
But here you cannot get it through with only email. It asks for twitter.
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#14
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Ferrum Master
But here you cannot get it through with only email. It asks for twitter.
Which is why I said "I don't like the social aspect of this", referring to twitter.
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#16
goodeedidid
dinmaster
lets take a case and do nothing to make it look like the car other then color.
*than
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#17
Basard
I'm not giving away my left arm to enter this contest....

At least I FEEL like I have a chance of winning a TPU giveaway.
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#18
MDWiley
TechLurker
The least Fractal Design could have done was either do an Aventador-shaped chassis that accommodates an mATX or ITX mobo and looks like an oversized R/C or Model Car one would put on their desk, or take some inspiration from early 2000s case designs and go for some sleek PC design that actually evokes elements of the Aventador besides color.
Couldn’t agree more and this is my gripe with fractal. They’ve gotten really complacent.
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#19
neatfeatguy
I really liked the Fractal Design Arc XL that I used. Lots of open space, very versatile. She sits in her box, in the garage right now. Not sure if I'll have need of it again, but I couldn't get myself to get rid of it.

I don't like the look of this case, though. The front mesh panel - if that's what it is - hurts my eyes. Perhaps it's just the color they used, but man is it fugly. Also, I hate the need to follow everything on Twitter to enter. Social Media can suck it.
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#21
AsRock
TPU addict
Frick
you don't use email?

Anyway, really disliking the social aspect of these things. Just let me enter my mail and if the RNG gods are kind that's the entry that'll come up.
I just did not sign up to win, sorry if i gave you hope that their was a away around it.

I don't give out my email to anyone who i don't know or trust, even more so places like myspace\twitter and such were they have a great amount of information.

More chance of winning the loto.
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