Powercolor gives away future video cards

Powercolor gives away future video cards

The popular video card maker Powercolor has started a new game that lets gamers win still unannounced high-end video cards. The game comes with a picture that says “The most advanced graphic card coming soon” along with a blurred picture of a Radeon video card. This strongly hints that the awards, which are just two, will be the rumored Radeon R9 390X with HBM memory. The new AMD video card model is expected any time soon and will likely debut in early June at the upcoming Computex 2015.

The rules of the game are simple – you must be a Facebook user and all you have to do to enter the competition is to comment on it on Powercolor’s Facebook page. Then once the game is over Powercolor will choose two winners at random who will be informed of the winning within 10 business days after the draw. As of now there isn’t a deadline, which hints that the game will be over once the Radeon R9 390X becomes official in a few weeks time.

We wish our readers good luck in the game!

Source: Powercolor

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