Thursday, November 15th 2018

AMD Launches 'Raise the Game Fully Loaded' Bundle, Offers Up To Three Free Games If You Buy a Radeon RX

With AMD's announcement of the new Radeon RX 590 graphics card we've learned something interesting: any user who buys a Radeon RX graphics card or a Radeon RX powered PC will get up to three games for free. "Tom Clancy's The Division 2", "Resident Evil 2" and "Devil May Cry 5", with a retail value of up to $180, will be the titles available for those users.

As mentioned on the press release, "gamers who purchase an AMD Radeon RX Vega or RX 590, or an eligible Radeon RX Vega or RX 590 powered PC, will receive free copies of all three games. Gamers who purchase an AMD Radeon RX 580 or RX 570 graphics card, or an eligible Radeon RX 580 or RX 570 powered PC, can choose two of these games for free".
Source: AMD
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21 Comments on AMD Launches 'Raise the Game Fully Loaded' Bundle, Offers Up To Three Free Games If You Buy a Radeon RX

#2
cucker tarlson
Why ? Better than 1060 + a great game bundle.Although rx580 at $50 less with 2 games is really the best deal. It ain't worth paying 22% more for rx 590.
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#3
Kamgusta
"Please buy our cards, we give you 2 games, a free teeth cleaning and a cookware set".
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#5
JaymondoGB
But only if you buy from the Tax avoiding internet scum, and not a proper company, as they wont have the deal offered to them.
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#6
Chloe Price
Loved when they had those Never Settle bundles*, has OnePlus trademarked it since AMD doesn't use that brand anymore?

* got Tomb Raider, Murdered Soul Suspect and Sleeping Dogs when I bought a R9 280 over 4 years ago. :D
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#7
jmcslob
I've been itching to get an AMD gfx...but christmas...How long is this offer until?
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#8
Fatalfury
jmcslob, post: 3943120, member: 67555"
I've been itching to get an AMD gfx...but christmas...How long is this offer until?
Feb 9, 2019
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#9
Digital Dreams
Kamgusta, post: 3942926, member: 182585"
"Please buy our cards, we give you 2 games, a free teeth cleaning and a cookware set".
Because nvidia NEVER does bundles right?
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#10
B-Real
CrAsHnBuRnXp, post: 3942896, member: 44048"
Still isnt worth it to buy an AMD card.
Kamgusta, post: 3942926, member: 182585"
"Please buy our cards, we give you 2 games, a free teeth cleaning and a cookware set".
Haha fanboi alert here. You get RX 570 and RX 580 cheaper than or equal to GTX 1060 3 and 6GB. AMDs are a bit faster and you get Monster Hunter: World for GTX 1060 and you can choose 2 of the 3 upcoming games DIvision 2, Resident Evil 2 or Devil May Cry 5. And you say it isn't worth it. Hahaha. Same for RX590 as an ultimate FHD card and Vega against 1070 or 1070Ti.

Digital Dreams, post: 3943278, member: 104134"
Because nvidia NEVER does bundles right?

They actually do more bundles in a generation than AMD, but it doesn't bother him. :D
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#11
bug
cucker tarlson, post: 3942918, member: 173472"
Why ? Better than 1060 + a great game bundle.Although rx580 at $50 less with 2 games is really the best deal. It ain't worth paying 22% more for rx 590.
"Great" is debatable. All three titles comes with the DRM we loathe so much around here. You could sell them to make some money back, but then again they could be tied to your purchase (probably not, but I really don't know - I never bought a card because of the bundled games).
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#12
CrAsHnBuRnXp
B-Real, post: 3943336, member: 170068"
Haha fanboi alert here. You get RX 570 and RX 580 cheaper than or equal to GTX 1060 3 and 6GB. AMDs are a bit faster and you get Monster Hunter: World for GTX 1060 and you can choose 2 of the 3 upcoming games DIvision 2, Resident Evil 2 or Devil May Cry 5. And you say it isn't worth it. Hahaha. Same for RX590 as an ultimate FHD card and Vega against 1070 or 1070Ti.
Nothing Fanboy here. You cant argue the performance of nvidia cards to that of AMD when nvidia is clearly superior and has been for years. Granted the price/performance ratio currently is dog shit, but thats because AMD cant get their head out of their ass for the GPU market.

Just B-ing Real :)
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#13
bajs11
maybe they should release something that is at least as good as the almost two years old GTX 1080Ti before bundle modern games with their cards
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#14
$ReaPeR$
CrAsHnBuRnXp, post: 3943404, member: 44048"
Nothing Fanboy here. You cant argue the performance of nvidia cards to that of AMD when nvidia is clearly superior and has been for years. Granted the price/performance ratio currently is dog shit, but thats because AMD cant get their head out of their ass for the GPU market.

Just B-ing Real :)
the 590 is superior to the 1060 tho :) and you get 3 games with it :)
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#15
bug
$ReaPeR$, post: 3944318, member: 56172"
the 590 is superior to the 1060 tho :) and you get 3 games with it :)
Superior, yes. But not as much as you'd expect two years later.
If you like those games, then you only need to put up with twice the power draw. And even if you hate the green team, the RX 580 is still a better deal (and comes with a choice of 2 out of those 3 games).
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#16
$ReaPeR$
bug, post: 3944365, member: 157434"
Superior, yes. But not as much as you'd expect two years later.
If you like those games, then you only need to put up with twice the power draw. And even if you hate the green team, the RX 580 is still a better deal (and comes with a choice of 2 out of those 3 games).
oh my gawd the horror of 75 more watts :O seriously dude.. you talking about power usage is a bit hypocritical mr 6600k oc edition and 1060 super clocked edition.. we all know that ocing stuff doesnt use more power right.. :D
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#17
bug
$ReaPeR$, post: 3944412, member: 56172"
oh my gawd the horror of 75 more watts :O seriously dude.. you talking about power usage is a bit hypocritical mr 6600k oc edition and 1060 super clocked edition.. we all know that ocing stuff doesnt use more power right.. :D

Really, 75W is nothing now?
Plus, it's 100W more than the 1060.

Where do we draw the line then?
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#18
Totally
CrAsHnBuRnXp, post: 3943404, member: 44048"
Nothing Fanboy here. You cant argue the performance of nvidia cards to that of AMD when nvidia is clearly superior and has been for years. Granted the price/performance ratio currently is dog shit, but thats because AMD cant get their head out of their ass for the GPU market.

Just B-ing Real :)
Wrt what? Absolute performance? yeah it's true, but 1080ti, 2080, 2080ti's aren't competing with these cards so you are making a pointless arguement to defend the fact that you are being an ass. When bringing in the equivalent from nvidia they trade blows and the verdict is still pending on the new 1060 nvidia is working on. So what are you on about?

Being shallow is what you are.
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#19
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Totally, post: 3944530, member: 90126"
Wrt what? Absolute performance? yeah it's true, but 1080ti, 2080, 2080ti's aren't competing with these cards so you are making a pointless arguement to defend the fact that you are being an ass. When bringing in the equivalent from nvidia they trade blows and the verdict is still pending on the new 1060 nvidia is working on. So what are you on about?

Being shallow is what you are.
@Totally :rolleyes:
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#20
Fluffmeister
bug, post: 3944430, member: 157434"
Really, 75W is nothing now?
Plus, it's 100W more than the 1060.

Where do we draw the line then?
I suspect we draw the line when AMD are back in front, hell the GTX 480 had an average power consumption of 232W, yet we all know how much love that got from the double standards club.
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#21
HimymCZe
CrAsHnBuRnXp, post: 3942896, member: 44048"
Still isnt worth it to buy an AMD card.
obviously... choice between 200W heater and 100W defective crap is obvious.
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