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ASUS is offering free games with new Radeon GPU purchases

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ASUS is offering free games with new Radeon GPU purchases

ASUS is offering free games with new Radeon GPU purchases

For a limited time, ASUS' ROG division plans to give away free games with every new Radeon ROG (or Navi) graphics card purchase. Through the gaming retailer Games Planet, ASUS is offering PC gamers free game codes for a selection of upcoming games with new Radeon graphics cards.

This offer will be available until October 6th, giving purchasers of eligible graphics cards a choice between Code Vein, Pro Evolution Soccer 2020 and both Iratus and Barotrauma. Game codes must be claimed from ASUS before October 20th. 

PC gamers in the UK, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Poland, Czech and Slovakia are eligible for this promotion, with participating UK retailers including Overclockers UK, Scan UK, Ebuyer, Novatech, CCL Computers, AWD-IT, Box, Mesh Computers and Amazon. This offer applies to all ASUS Radeon Navi graphics cards and a selection of pre-Navi Radeon RX 500/Vega series hardware. A full list of participating retailers and eligible graphics cards are available here

All game codes must be redeemed from Games Planet before October 31st. At the time of writing, most new Radeon graphics cards also ship with three months of Xbox Game Pass. 

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12-09-2019, 05:05:42

Piskeante
in Spain, this GPU costs 549€ (yes, Euros). 605$. I would never buy that card , not even with 3 games. It's just a bust.Quote

12-09-2019, 05:16:33

tgrech
^ That's a fair whack cheaper than the UK nowadays too. Not sure the small collection of games would be a worthy rebate on the Asus tax for most given the somewhat monumental gap to competing cards pricesQuote

12-09-2019, 08:11:30

demonking
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Originally Posted by tgrech View Post
^ That's a fair whack cheaper than the UK nowadays too. Not sure the small collection of games would be a worthy rebate on the Asus tax for most given the somewhat monumental gap to competing cards prices
When you take into consideration that if you're lucky you will get a frame or 2 more than the competing brands card on 5700xt's and quieter in a sense the only way to tell is with precise measurements in acoustically balanced rooms, it is quite literally a brand tax.Quote
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