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Friday, 06 August 2010 11:05

Nvidia bundles Starcraft II codes with Geforce GTX 460

Written by Nedim Hadzic
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Cheapskatish 7 hours of gameplay
The mighty generous Nvidia has decided to bundle its Geforce GTX 460 cards with a  Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty code.

This means that purchasing Nvidia’s “extremely affordable” GTX 460 cards will grant you access to what already promises to be the hottest title this year. And mind you, we’re not neccesarily talking figuratively either.

Unfortunately, the code will only grant you 7 hours of gameplay or 14 days from activation, naturally whichever comes first. The offer is limited as well, so you might want to hurry…or not.

You can find out more here.

Last modified on Friday, 06 August 2010 11:56
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+5 #1 Bl0bb3r 2010-08-06 11:47
They just can't refrain from fracking-up their users, can they?
 
 
+5 #2 sidje 2010-08-06 13:55
I believe it's called tough love :D
 
 
-19 #3 SiliconDoc 2010-08-06 23:57
This is disappointing because before Nvidia kicked ati where it hurts again by releasing their SC2 AA forcing update, while ati whined and moaned and made excuses and failed to deliver before puking out a flakey failing aa flub under pressure, the GTX460's were coming with a free full version Just Cause 2, which includes the NVIDIA ONLY Bokeh filtering and super tess cuda fine water... a gaming experience far beyond ati's even without PhysX in play, as even ati biased sites like Kyle's ocp admitted....
Now you'll just have to settle for real AA by NVIDIA without frame crawling and crashes ati style...
 
 
+9 #4 Fud_u 2010-08-07 00:11
Quoting SiliconDoc:
This is disappointing because before Nvidia kicked ati where it hurts again by releasing their SC2 AA forcing update, while ati whined and moaned and made excuses and failed to deliver before puking out a flakey failing aa flub under pressure, the GTX460's were coming with a free full version Just Cause 2, which includes the NVIDIA ONLY Bokeh filtering and super tess cuda fine water... a gaming experience far beyond ati's even without PhysX in play, as even ati biased sites like Kyle's ocp admitted....
Now you'll just have to settle for real AA by NVIDIA without frame crawling and crashes ati style...


You know ATI is still performance king right? Oh that's right, you don't own/use an ATI.
 
 
+1 #5 pogsnet 2010-08-07 07:16
"Cheapskatish 7 hours of gameplay"

it is not full version, same as demo only.
 
 
+3 #6 Squall_Leonhart 2010-08-07 10:23
Quoting Fud_u:
[quote name="SiliconDoc"]This is disappointing because before Nvidia kicked ati where it hurts again by releasing their SC2 AA forcing update, while ati whined and moaned and made excuses and failed to deliver before puking out a flakey failing aa flub under pressure, the GTX460's were coming with a free full version Just Cause 2, which includes the NVIDIA ONLY Bokeh filtering and super tess cuda fine water... a gaming experience far beyond ati's even without PhysX in play, as even ati biased sites like Kyle's ocp admitted....
Now you'll just have to settle for real AA by NVIDIA without frame crawling and crashes ati style...


only if you have more money than sense.
 
 
+5 #7 MrScary 2010-08-07 16:21
Quoting SiliconDoc:
This is disappointing because before Nvidia kicked ati where it hurts again by releasing their SC2 AA forcing update, while ati whined and moaned and made excuses and failed to deliver before puking out a flakey failing aa flub under pressure, the GTX460's were coming with a free full version Just Cause 2, which includes the NVIDIA ONLY Bokeh filtering and super tess cuda fine water...blah blah blah
Now you'll just have to settle for real AA by NVIDIA without frame crawling and crashes ati style...

I can play aa on 5770 without problem, sillycontard don´t tell nvidiot lies again. You know nvi-drivers had many failures at the beggining, SCII isn´t natively aa.
 

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