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Friday, 04 May 2007 09:25

Radeon HD 2900 voucher pictured

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Call it the black box


We had a chance to get a picture of the upcoming Radeon HD 2900XT voucher. This commodity only comes with the Radeon HD 2900XT and it includes a few games. Just as with the 9800XT / 9600PRO, the voucher includes a code that you type into steam and the games are unlocked. As soon as they are published you can play them.

The voucher will let you play the Day of Defeat source game and that is available now. The voucher claims that the other games - simply called the black box - will be available later this year via steam.

The black box includes Half Life 2 Episode two, Portal and Team fortress 2, whenever they get introduced. I am sure that this will boost R600XT sales and with a sub $ /€400 price tag, ATI will really have a fighting chance.

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