Tuesday, November 17th 2015

Intel Readies "Never Stop Gaming" Game Bundle

Intel isn't new to giving away games or in-game DLC with its processors. The company is making a comeback on that front with an even bigger game bundle. Called "Never Stop Gaming," it rewards buyers of the company's Core i7 processors (Skylake, Haswell-E, and Haswell LGA1150); with $125 worth games/DLCs. These include Just Cause 3, Counter Strike: Global Offensive, and World of Warships ($50 worth items and in-game currency). The offer will be applicable to retail channel boxed processor purchases, as well as branded PCs with Core i7 processors. The bundle will be shipped as a voucher given with each Core i7 product purchase, which can be redeemed on Intel website. It is valued at $125, with the $60 Just Cause 3, $50-worth in-game goodies for World of Warships, and $15 worth Counter Strike: Global Offensive. The offer will be retailer specific.
Source: WCCFTech
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5 Comments on Intel Readies "Never Stop Gaming" Game Bundle

#1
erixx
When I buy I never get these gifts... :( Well , yes, once i got a copy of Company of Heroes with a mobo
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#2
night.fox
I think they do this to attract costumers to buy their old stocks like the Haswell and refresh Haswells
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Uplink10
Kind of weird Intel giving vouchers for video games which require buying a hardware that is a graphic card. From where do you get these games, Steam?
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#4
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
why the f*ck they didnt do that with ivy when launched?
crap....
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GreiverBlade
Uplink10, post: 3373395, member: 154252"
Kind of weird Intel giving vouchers for video games which require buying a hardware that is a graphic card. From where do you get these games, Steam?
well even funnier ... i remember on the site

"STUNNING VISUALS
6th Gen Intel® Core™ processors feature enhanced support for VP8, VP9, and HEVC codecs. That means videoes spring to life in Ultra HD 4K to deliver the most amazing, vibrant multimedia experience today. Experience your favorite videoes and more in resolutions up to 4096 x 2304. Intel® Core™ processors let programmers easily take advantage of the latest features like OpenCL 2.0 and native support for DirectX 12 so gamers get better gaming, better graphics, and better performance!"

yeah yeah ... on their IGP? still DREAM ON! HD530 is nowhere near a decent GPU, if it was Iris Pro maybe ... but NOOOO Intel reserve that one to the CPU's the most expensive in their line ... GENIUS! most customer don't even need a IGP when they buy the top line of the mainstream (which is still enthusiast class)

well they did make me laugh real hard with that part ... it's limit "false advertisement" luckily they precised "video" or UHD and res max 4096x2304 but the end of that ... so ... funny

"native support for DirectX 12 so gamers get better gaming, better graphics, and better performance!"
just .... no ....

what has a Iris Pro or Iris Graphic ? a i5 and a i7 iirc? from HD5500 (broadwell) to HD530 not a huge leap, from the HD4400 yes but still .... does the i3 has HD530? oh wait no i3 for now, still Intel : the weaker the CPU the weaker the IGP, a i3 would benefit more from a stronger igp than a i5/i7 (mostly the K the lower tier i5 would be fine also )
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