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AMD's Never Settle Radeon Gaming Bundle is Back

Back in October, AMD announced a new bundle of games dubbed the 'Never Settle' bundle. The bundle featured free download codes for Far Cry 3, Sleeping Dogs, and Hitman: Absolution. There was also a 20 percent discount code for Medal of Honor: Warfighter. Your choice of card(s) determined how many free games you were given.

 

This morning, AMD announced plans for a Never Settle Reloaded bundle. This time around, gamers can get up to six free games with the purchase of their cards. Anyone purchasing two Radeon HD 7900 series cards for their PC can get Crysis 3, Bioshock Infinite, Tomb Raider, Far Cry 3, Hitman: Absolution, and Sleeping Dogs completely free. If you're just buying one card, your haul won't be as big, but it's nothing to sniff at. Buyers of the 7800 series card will get BioShock Infinite and Tomb Raider, while those purchasing a single 7900 series card will get Crysis 3 and BioShock Infinite.

This deal is running from January 22, 2013 through until December 31, 2013 or until the supply of free game codes is exhausted, whichever happens first. 

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  • viktorbkk
    You have a keen sense of smell sir!
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  • illuminatuz
    ^ Me too.. :P
    coz it might be something like Bugatti Veyron at the price of a Ford Mustang.. (Real Power I mean) here that could lower down the sales of these cards... I suggest wait till the 8xxx series are released, then decide which one to go for.. more power.. or more games.. ;)
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  • virtualban
    I hope the 89xx can match up with Nvidia's new generation. Those specs previewed are scary, and to think it could have been the current generation but they decided to hold back for some reason... I really would love a 200% performance in comparison to the current generation.
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  • manofchalk
    I literally exclaimed "WTF" in surprise when I saw this.
    Damn, AMD are laying down some serious deals with their cards. Nvidia and AMD are looking to full on slug it out next gen, can only be good for us :D.
    Seriously considering Crossfire'ing my 7870 rather than get an 8970 now... Bioshock Infinite is veeery tempting.

    They must really be trying to get rid of leftover 7000 series stock for the coming 8000's. Heard that was the main reason why its not out yet.
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  • TheBigTroll
    amd can always rebrand some of their 7000 series. nice to see that crysis 3 is included in the new bundle
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  • boju
    Resurrection of the holy grail that was GTX8800? Seems to be a very dramatic time for improvement with both sides expected to go gungho...
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  • ddpruitt
    lostmyclanI smell 89xx series coming
    Doubt it's coming Q1 or Q2, otherwise we would have hear serious rumbles by now.

    If your expecting 8000 series I wouldn't hold my breath until Summer.
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  • The_Trutherizer
    ddpruittDoubt it's coming Q1 or Q2, otherwise we would have hear serious rumbles by now.If your expecting 8000 series I wouldn't hold my breath until Summer.
    There are some 8000s coming relatively soon, but mostly re-brands of 7xxx cards. The real 8000s wont be later in the year.
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  • redgarl
    manofchalkI literally exclaimed "WTF" in surprise when I saw this.Damn, AMD are laying down some serious deals with their cards. Nvidia and AMD are looking to full on slug it out next gen, can only be good for us .Seriously considering Crossfire'ing my 7870 rather than get an 8970 now... Bioshock Infinite is veeery tempting.They must really be trying to get rid of leftover 7000 series stock for the coming 8000's. Heard that was the main reason why its not out yet.
    I have two 6850 in CF and it's amazing. I never knew about micro-stutering until I saw a topic here. With a 120Hz HD tv, you don't notice anything. I believe it is more a joke to scare people than anything else.
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  • jn77
    I am running 2 x 4870's..... when to upgrade?...... I want the GPU's to be 4k ready so I don't have to upgrade for a while again......
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