AMD And Nvidia Tempt Players With Exciting Game Bundles
Both AMD and Nvidia have launched new games bundle promotions with CPUs and GPUs in order to tempt enthusiast players.
According to Tech Spot, it has been a long time since either AMD or Nvidia has not offered any game bundle with the acquisition of a graphics card or processor. This week, both companies have resurrected the deal to mark the launch of new triple-A titles. While with Nvidia you have to buy a laptop or a modern GTX graphics card, with AMD bundle customers qualify with the purchase of an FX processor.
AMD's Bundle Includes 'Deus Ex: Mankind Divided'
One of the most anticipated and hottest new games for PCs is bundled in AMD offer. "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided" game time has only been launched on Tuesday, August 23, and AMD is already offering it for free with selected processor purchases. The bundle offer is presented on AMD's website. On Steam, "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided" currently retails for $60.
Between now and November 14, AMD offers the game bundle with any purchase of a six- or eight-core FX processor. The $99 AMD FX-6300, the cheapest FX processor model is included in the promotion but not every FX processor comes with a bundled game. Taking into consideration that the game title "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided" retails for $60, with the purchase of the AMD FX-6300 customers can get an AMD CPU for just $40.
According to Hexus, the AMD promotion began on Tuesday, August 23, with the launch of the new and highly-anticipated "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided" game title. The offer ends when the supply of key codes is exhausted or on November 14, depending whichever comes first. In order to be eligible, customers have to buy the AMD product from an eligible system integrator or retailer.
Nvidia Paragon Game Bundle
Nvidia has also launched its own exciting game bundle, called the Paragon Game Ready pack. According to Nvidia, the bundle has an in-game value of $115. Customers can get inside the pack skins, challenges and coins that can help them make the most of the Epic Games' upcoming free-to-play "Paragon" MOBA.
Among the qualifying products are most of the company's mobile GPUs and mid-to-high-end graphics cards, including the GTX 970M laptops or higher, as well as the new GeForce GTX 1000 Series along with the GeForce GTX 970 or higher. Not part of the promotion are new and old Titan X GPUs.
Nvidia's bundle is live now and the promotion will end whenever the free codes run out or on September 19, whichever is sooner.
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