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Tuesday, 31 July 2007 13:25

XFX bundles DX10 games with its cards

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Company of Heroes and Lost Planet are on the list

 

XFX has a limited time offer for gaming enthusiasts, by bundling two DirectX 10 games with its selected cards.

The XFX's 8600 series cards will come with Company of Heroes, while the entire 8800 series come with a complete version of Lost Planet.

“This is a fantastic bundle for the new gamer as well as the veteran gamer who wants the latest technology for superior game play,” said Ryan Dumas, XFX Technical Marketing Manager. It is nice to see DirectX 10 title bundled with DirectX 10 capable cards, so you can experience "the improved" graphics rendering at the same time you bought the card. We can just hope that price didn't go much up with this bundle.

Some countries will also have XFX nForce motherboard bundled with a DX10 game.

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