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Nvidia releases "Game On Game RTX" GPU Bundle

Get Battlefield V for free with RTX graphics cards

Nvidia releases

Nvidia releases "Game On Game RTX" GPU Bundle 

Nvidia has officially started their "Game On. Game RTX." graphics card bundle, offering purchasers of Geforce RTX series graphics cards a free copy of Battlefield V for a limited time. 

Battlefield V is the first game to support DirectX Raytracing (DXR), with the game utilising Turing's RT (Ray Tracing) cores to offer enhanced reflections within the game, an effect which is present on glass-like surfaces, puddles/mirrors, polished flooring an even in the form of bounce lighting on some duller surfaces, such as the player's weapon.  

With this bundle, which is set to be available until January 7th 2019, new owners of Turing hardware will be able to experience the graphical splendour or ray tracing for themselves, though be ready to experience a huge dip in the game's framerate when DXR is enabled. 

All you need to do to access this offer is to purchase an RTX series graphics card (RTX 2070, RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti) from a participating retailer. In the UK this list of retailers includes Overclockers UK, PCSpecialist, Scan, Cyberpower PC, Ebuyer, Box.co.uk, CCL, Novatech and Mesh Computers. 
  

 

More information about Nvidia's "Game On, Game RTX" bundle on Nvidia's Website. The bundle's full terms and conditions are available to read here

You can join the discussion on Nvidia's "Game On. Game RTX" Bundle on the OC3D Forums.

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21-11-2018, 05:38:08

Greenback
well I suppose they got to get the sales of BFv up some howQuote

21-11-2018, 06:08:18

Bagpuss
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well I suppose they got to get the sales of BFv up some how

..its not BF5 sales they're worried about.Quote

21-11-2018, 06:49:01

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
..its not BF5 sales they're worried about.
Beat me to it. I was just about to do this....

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well I suppose they got to get the sales of 20 series cards up some how
FTFY Quote

21-11-2018, 07:02:59

tgrech
Yeah I doubt DICE are going to be dishing out freebies on a launch title, NVidia likely already threw a lot of money & resources at DICE to get RTX in a shipping title, given the launch has been delayed by a month & not all aspects of the game seem fleshed out I'm sure NVidia must have had to throw a few benefits in to get them to commit the man hours to this relatively low-priority feature few people can use. Clearly the RTX side could have done with a fair bit more Q&A and certainly looks like it'll evolve over time, which seems to be the main criticism for the game in general(Though one sweetened somewhat by the years of free DLC content I guess). Not like they don't have the margins on those RTX cards and realistically anyone buying one will also want the one thing they can use it in.Quote

21-11-2018, 08:04:47

Bagpuss
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Beat me to it. I was just about to do this....



You know what's most sickening about this promo? it will most likely have the biggest impact on sales of the 2070.


..The very card that's just not up to the job of running it with Ray Tracing.Quote
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