BFG Geforce GTX 200 Series Bundled With Far Cry 2

For a limited time, purchase any BFG Geforce GTX 200 series graphics card and receive a free full copy of Far Cry 2, a free full copy of 3DMark Vantage Advanced Edition and a BFG branded mini super bright LED torch.

For many consumers, the choice between which new graphics card to purchase often comes down to a few factors; price, performance and the list of software that comes bundled. Sometimes the included software is comprised of unheard of racing car simulation demos or DVD playback software. Other times the included software can actually be pretty good; such is the case when you purchase any new BFG GTX 200 series of graphics card.

With the purchase of any BFG Geforce GTX 200 series of graphics cards from October 22, 2008 and onwards, BFG will ship to the customer a pretty decent software bundle. Included is a free full copy of Far Cry 2 (DVD), a free full copy of 3DMark Vantage Advanced Edition (online download) and a BFG branded mini super bright LED torch light. The total value of this bundle is claimed to be over $70. The graphics card needs to be registered online before the bundle will be shipped and the offer is only available for a limited time and while supplies last. Official details can be found here.

Newegg.com has the BFG Geforce GTX 260 starting at $259.99, after a $30 mail-in rebate, and the BFG Geforce GTX 280 starting at $374.99, after a $30 mail-in rebate. According to the Tom’s Hardware Gaming Graphics Charts Q3/2008, both the Geforce GTX 280 and the Geforce GTX 260 series of graphics cards offered top overall performance. If you were hoping to play Far Cry 2, but were still using an old Geforce 6600 GT, right now may be a great time to upgrade. Far Cry 2 is a first-person shooter, offering visually stunning next-generation graphics and a massive open world for players to explore.

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  • It won't fit into my Antec Solo/P150 case. I don't know why they can't trim 0.5 inch off the card.
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  • I shopped around and this is a very good price, but still not in my price range :(
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  • Pei-chenIt won't fit into my Antec Solo/P150 case. I don't know why they can't trim 0.5 inch off the card.

    Because they're not ATI.

    Obviously Nvidia doesn't care for short cards-but ATI does.
    Since one of those won't fit,why wouldn't you just get an Palit,HIS,or Asus ATI card?
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