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Return of the Rackspace Managed Hosting Competition

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Earlier in the year we ran a delicious competition in association with Rackspace Managed Hosting after which one lucky reader walked away with an original Atari Space Invaders arcade machine.

So popular did this prove that Rackspace has taken time off from its fanatical support responsibilities to team up with AMD and offer Reg readers the chance to win an all-singing, all-dancing Star Wars console.

But hold on, you ask, why the joint promotion? Well, 5,000 of Rackspace's custom-built servers are powered by AMD Athlon chips. They tell us that this is the the largest number of AMD processors to be used in web hosting history. Makes perfect sense.

So, if all you Jedi Knights out there fancy having something to stand next to your life-size promotional cut-out of Obi-Wan Kenobi, simply click here. You'll be asked to complete a survey and then enter some details - simple enough. That'll enter you in the prize draw and who knows, within a few short weeks you could be going head-to-head with Darth Vader himself. May the Force be with you.

Further info:
The competition closes at 10am GMT on Monday 15 July.

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