Kicking off the start of the month with a little excitement, Hampshire-based PC builder and system integrator, Novatech Ltd, announced their new PC giveaway, sending Twitter into a frenzy of heart-eye emojis and jaw-dropping gifs.
To celebrate the release of Sneak Energy’s brand-new flavour, Neon Punch, the tech firm teamed up with the energy drink brand to create a one-of-a-kind custom gaming PC, wrapped in the signature colours of the new flavour.
Featuring a frosted tempered glass side panel, a unique case wrap designed by Sneak, colour-matched custom-loop coolant and subtle accenting from the fully custom braided cables, the PC caused quite a stir on social media with the hashtag #ReignxSneak hitting No. 3 on the trending page within just a few hours of the post going live.
Featuring all the latest hardware, the PC included an array of premium components, ranging from an Intel Core i9 10850K and AORUS RTX 3080 XTREME WATERFORCE to the Custom Corsair Hydro X Series Hardline Water-Cooling system. Additionally sporting 16GB of Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB RAM, mounted in an ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XII HERO Motherboard, the build also featured entirely NVMe SSD storage from Western Digital’s Black and Blue series, giving the system a whopping 2.5TB of lightning-fast storage.
Popular streamer, ex-PUBG Pro and Sneak Energy brand ambassador Hayz was lucky enough to get his hands on the PC for some exclusive pre-competition video coverage of the high-end system, in which he said: “This is crazy… have you ever seen a PC look this good? This is what happens when Reign Gaming and Sneak Energy collab – it’s insane.”
The competition lasted for a week, with the winner of the bespoke system, Nick Green, being announced Friday last week.
Jerry Hughes, Digital Marketing Executive for Novatech, commented on the collaboration, saying:
“It’s been an absolute pleasure to work with Sneak on this giveaway. When we heard the new flavour was on its way, we reached out immediately. There’s so many of our staff who love their products and we know that a lot of gamers in the community are big fans, too.
“It only seemed right to take the opportunity to do something awesome and give our Reign guys a chance to really flex their creative muscles, whilst also being able to give something back to a community we’ve spent years catering for. We hope Nick loves his new PC as much as our Reign team loved building it!”
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