Intel bundles its chips with games

Intel bundles its chips with games

Intel has started a new marketing campaign aimed at people who need a new high-end CPU. The US company now bundles some of its highest-performing processors with three games. The game list includes Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Just Cause 3 and World of Warships. The last game in the list is free so when you activate it you get USD 50 in in-game stuff. When you purchase a qualifying product you will get a “Master Key” on the Intel Enthusiast Game Voucher that comes with the purchase.

The promo affects LGA 1150, LGA 2011 and LGA 2011-3 processors only (strangely enough the latest LGA 1151 chips are not included) and here’s a list of them – Core i7-5960X, Core i7-5930K, Core i7-5820K, Core i7-4930K, Core i7-4820K, Core i7-4790, Core i7-4790S, Core i7-4771, Core i7-4770 and Core i7-4770S are all eligible for this promotion.

Intel says the game voucher is worth USD 124.98 but you will have to wait for some time to get Just Cause 3 – the game comes out on December 1, 2015. As to the offer – it runs until February 16, 2016 or when Master Key codes run out, whichever comes first.

Source: Legitreviews.com

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