Wednesday, November 21st 2018

Not Just EVGA: For a Limited Time, If You Buy a GeForce RTX Graphics Card You'll Get Battlefield V

Yesterday EVGA announced that if you purchase a "qualifying EVGA GeForce RTX graphics card" you could get Battlefield V for free. This giveaway now has been extended to the rest of OEMs, so if you purchase a graphics card from the GeForce RTX 20 family, you'll get a digital code to download your free copy of Battlefield V. The global promotion is valid from November 20, 2018 through January 7, 2019 "or while supplies last" according to the terms and conditions. It's a good chance to enjoy this game with or without enabling the ray tracing effects that unfortunately halve performance.
Source: NVIDIA
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13 Comments on Not Just EVGA: For a Limited Time, If You Buy a GeForce RTX Graphics Card You'll Get Battlefield V

#1
The Quim Reaper
Sales of the Turing turkeys not going well, Nvidia?


..greedy pricks.
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#2
TheDeeGee
No thanks, too overpriced and my 1070 does mighty fine still.
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#3
Totally
No one slamming the card as a bad product for being bundled with a game. le gasp
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#4
Anymal
The Quim Reaper said:
Sales of the Turing turkeys not going well, Nvidia?


..greedy pricks.
With rx 590 you get 3 free games. :-)
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Solaris17
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can I get it with something else?
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#6
Anymal
You can get it with 60usd.
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#7
Solaris17
Dainty Moderator
Anymal said:
You can get it with 60usd.
sorry not the game, no interest in it. guess its whats popular right now though.
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#8
mcraygsx
While temping but games such as Battlefield do not keep their replay value. This game will cost $29.99 or less by January.
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#9
Berfs1
Totally said:
No one slamming the card as a bad product for being bundled with a game. le gasp
It (RTX cards) was never a bad product for its time. It’s price is just unconvincingly high.

Anymal said:
With rx 590 you get 3 free games. :)
The funny thing is, battlefield actually has AMD optimizations lol
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#10
Razrback16
The Quim Reaper said:
Sales of the Turing turkeys not going well, Nvidia?


..greedy pricks.
lol - basically what I was thinkin'. :)
Nvidia stock dropped another ~3% today. I'm lovin' every second of it, too. I'm sure they'll rebound at some point, but it's good to see them get punished, if even short-lived punishment for price gouging like they are.
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#11
Vayra86
Razrback16 said:
lol - basically what I was thinkin'. :)
Nvidia stock dropped another ~3% today. I'm lovin' every second of it, too. I'm sure they'll rebound at some point, but it's good to see them get punished, if even short-lived punishment for price gouging like they are.
Well honestly as a shareholder I would easily be inclined to think Nvidia has capped out in terms of their GPU performance increases. They are pushing higher TDPs across the board to get a better OC out of their FE"s and the performance gap is very minor, while the only truly better performing card is priced out of the market, and its redeeming feature is not supported by content.

That sounds an awful lot like RTG, Vega, and RX590.
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#12
kings
Nvidia is purposely limiting performance. Much of the die space is spent on Tensor and RT cores, which in fact, for little serves on a gaming cards for now.

An RTX 2070 has less Cuda Cores than the GTX 1080 and clock-by-clock, the RTX 2070 is superior. Therefore, there were significant improvements in architecture.

If Nvidia was under pressure from AMD, they would leave the RT and Tensor Cores, and they had room for make the cards much better.
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Totally
Berfs1 said:
It (RTX cards) was never a bad product for its time. It’s price is just unconvincingly high.
Same thing can be said about the rx 590.
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