Monday, February 15th 2016

NVIDIA to Bundle "Tom Clancy's The Division" with Select GeForce Graphics Cards

NVIDIA is preparing its next GeForce GTX bundle for performance-thru-enthusiast segment graphics cards. The company is currently giving away copies of "Rise of the Tomb Raider." It's reported that soon, select NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970, GeForce GTX 980, GeForce GTX 980 Ti graphics cards, and notebooks with GeForce GTX 970M and GTX 980M, will be bundled with copies of "Tom Clancy's The Division." The bundle will only be applicable in select regions, and through participating retailers.

Source: VideoCardz
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12 Comments on NVIDIA to Bundle "Tom Clancy's The Division" with Select GeForce Graphics Cards

#1
AsRock
TPU addict
So glad i am not after a nVidia card as this be the last game i would want coop or not lol. Although many like TvT so, i guess UBI need to sell the crap some how.
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#2
nem
Come on NVIDIA game be quite pointless with the 970@3.5Gb.. just 19fps.. XDL.. :laugh:
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#3
ixi
nem said:
Come on NVIDIA game be quite pointless with the 970@3.5Gb.. just 19fps.. a shame LOL.. :laugh:
Why would anybody buy GTX 970, I will never get this. Fail card...
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#4
the54thvoid
Don't worry haters, nobody is forcing you to buy anything. Perhaps you supported AMD and bought a Nano. Then saw its price drop almost £200 a few months later. Remember AMD loves kittens and candyfloss and your money.
970 owners maybe too bored to chime in to tell you how ignorant your comments are.

As for the game. Meh. Not sold on it
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#5
jigar2speed
the54thvoid said:
Don't worry haters, nobody is forcing you to buy anything. Perhaps you supported AMD and bought a Nano. Then saw its price drop almost £200 a few months later. Remember AMD loves kittens and candyfloss and your money.
970 owners maybe too bored to chime in to tell you how ignorant your comments are.

As for the game. Meh. Not sold on it
Nvidia hasn't drop the pricing of their products ?
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#6
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
jigar2speed said:
Nvidia hasn't drop the pricing of their products ?
Still waiting for 980ti's to become more affordable
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#7
happita
FreedomEclipse said:
Still waiting for 980ti's to become more affordable
Probably won't happen until either Pascal or Polaris appears, whichever happens first. I wonder if they will bundle a game with the initial launch of the next-gen stuff? Would definitely give more incentive to upgrade that's for sure.
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AsRock
TPU addict
happita said:
Probably won't happen until either Pascal or Polaris appears, whichever happens first. I wonder if they will bundle a game with the initial launch of the next-gen stuff? Would definitely give more incentive to upgrade that's for sure.
It don't me, card looses full value of that game in most cases.
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#9
BiggieShady
the54thvoid said:
970 owners maybe too bored to chime in to tell you how ignorant your comments are.
Shhh, they might stop being ignorant and then we would lose all these funny posts.
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#10
rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
the54thvoid said:
970 owners maybe too bored to chime in to tell you how ignorant your comments are.
BiggieShady said:
Shhh, they might stop being ignorant and then we would lose all these funny posts.
I am fighting the urge to respond to the new troll. I pity these people, who only know how to regurgitate forum postings and refuse to actually experience the cards for themselves and form educated viewpoints.
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#11
HisDivineOrder
When the Rise of the Tomb Raider bundle was scheduled to end in the middle of Feb, I expected they were probably bridging the gap with a minor bundle deal to get closer to The Division's release date.
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#12
gdallsk
rtwjunkie said:
I am fighting the urge to respond to the new troll. I pity these people, who only know how to regurgitate forum postings and refuse to actually experience the cards for themselves and form educated viewpoints.
On point.
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