AMD Gives You The Chance To Win A Radeon RX 6900 XT Halo Infinite Card
In short: Getting a new graphics card remains a waste of time and frustration for everyone except those willing to pay scalpers a small fortune. There’s another option, though, if you’re lucky: win one from AMD, which is giving away Halo Infinite special editions of its Radeon RX 6900 XT to 28 people.
We all know the graphics card market remains in a dire state, with prices still double the manufacturer’s suggested retail price on the rare occasion that they are in stock. The AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT is particularly elusive and expensive; EBay sellers point to the card at an average of around $ 2,000, double the suggested retail price of $ 999.
Fortunately AMD holding competitions who sees that 28 of her RDNA 2 products have been given out. And these aren’t just Radeon RX 6900 XT cards; This is Halo Infinite Limited Editions, complete with a green and yellow color scheme, Master Chief service number 117 and an FPS name.
There are several ways to win one of the cards, the easiest is to just enter your details into this form to participate in the drawing.
Another way to win is to watch OpticMaNiaC or DKarma on Twitch since January 5. Entrants simply need to wait for the moderator to mention a keyword, then comment and enter that keyword to enter the draw.
Discreetly sneaking up on these tapes and feeling inadequate about my ability in this game. #HaloInfinite https://t.co/2rCzwaZcZW
– AMD Gaming (@AMDGaming) December 16, 2021
The latter method involves Halo Infinite multiplayer and following AMDGaming, OpticMaNiaC, or DKarma on Twitter. Then you will need to follow the tweets from OpticMaNiaC and DKarma with the tasks to be completed in the game. By responding to these tweets with test videos, you can compete for a spot on a team that will train together in a series of live streams. After completing the exercises, the selected person will receive a card.
Nvidia is also giving consumers the chance to win high-end hardware right now, including three powerful Matrix-style PCs, an RTX 3080 Ti, monitors, and more.