AMD Radeon Pack Offers $420 Worth of Value with RX Vega Purchase
Ron Perillo / 1 year ago
In case you are have any doubts about how serious AMD is about being competitive in the GPU space with the release of their Radeon RX Vega, then you do not need to look further than their Radeon packs. Available in three tiers, AMD is offering massive discount packs for a total gaming ecosystem upgrade. While users are free to buy the standalone Radeon RX Vega video card starting at $399 USD or the Radeon RX Vega 64 for $499 USD, they can also buy Radeon packs for a little bit more while getting a whole lot more.
Each Radeon Pack is designed to make high-end 4K gaming within reach of more users. So all Radeon packs include a $200 USD discount on a Samsung CF791 monitor. This display features a curved 34-inch UltraWide 3440×1440 panel supporting AMD FreeSync (Price varies from $750 to $900 USD).
Each pack also provides $100-off select Ryzen 7 1800X and 370X motherboard combos. This results in a total of $300 in savings at least for each pack. These motherboards include:
- ASUS ROG Crosshair VI Extreme X370 Motherboard
- GIGABYTE GA-AX370-Gaming K7 Motherboard
- MSI X370 XPOWER GAMING TITANIUM Motherboard
On top of that, almost everyone worldwide also receive two highly anticipated games in Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and Prey for FREE. These two titles add $120 USD in further value for a total of $420 in savings for each pack.
The only exceptions are Germany, Austria and Switzerland which get Prey as well but receive Sniper Elite 4 instead of Wolfenstein II. You can chalk it up to the whole Nazi-imagery thing in the Wolfenstein series.
The Radeon Red Pack includes the above bundle plus the RX Vega 56 for a total of $499. (RX Vega 56 standalone price is $399).
With the Black Pack, users get the base discount bundle plus the RX Vega 64 for a total of $599. (RX Vega 64 standalone price is $499).
The highest-tier discount pack is the Aqua pack which includes the base discount bundle with the RX Vega 64 Liquid Cooled Edition graphics card for $699.