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Tiger Direct "Build Your Own PC for Charity" 2007

Systemax (NYSE: SYX), and AMD (NYSE: AMD) team up again this year at CES 2007 to co-sponsor the 10th Annual
“Build Your Own PC Race For Charity.” Hosted by Tiger Direct, this year's event was held at the fabulous
Wynn Resort in Las Vegas on January 8, 2007,
and is attended by 30 of the top technology journalists from major
media outlets like CNBC, PC World, Network World and PC Magazine. The objective is a race to determine who can
assemble one of Systemax's state-of-the-art computers with an AMD Athlon(TM) 64 processor in the fastest time.

The "Build Your Own PC Race" is a fun charity event for the PC editorial community supporting elementary and secondary

schools and promoting Systemax PCs based on AMD Athlon CPUs. Public Relations opportunities for sponsors' products
are created by matching them up with members of the related trade press giving the opportunity for exposure and story

Over the course of its 10-year history, the event has raised more than one million dollars in cash and computer equipment
for needy schools and organizations. Systemax and AMD donate the computers used during the event to schools and
non-profit organizations designated by the participants. Systemax also made $13,500 in cash donations to the
charitable organizations chosen by the top three winners.

TigerDirect’s 10th Annual “Build Your Own PC Race” Contest Is A Big Hit!
U Tube Video Click TigerDirect Charity PC Race

                                                                                                                                Alan Linker PC Lifeline

                                                                                                                            Shep Gorman   NCCFUN

                Bruce Pechman  MrBicep.com & KUSI TV

                                       Steve Bass PC World                                                                   Bruce Pechman

U Tube Video Click TigerDirect Charity PC Race


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