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Tuesday, 09 April 2013 06:23

AMD celebrates fans in San Francisco

Written by Rob Squires



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AMD held their second Fan Day event Saturday night in San Francisco at the Metreon for their loyal enthusiasts.

 

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Atendees of the event were surprised with the gift of an AMD processor, while the first hundred through the door also received a motherboard from one of AMD's partners.  Companies including Sapphire, OCZ, Western Digital, ASRock, MSI, and Logitech were on hand as well as giving away over $100,000 worth of parts and swag throughout the night.  All of the vendors on hand were showing off their latest products as well as answering questions.  Everyone was treated to pizza, veggie trays, cookies, beer and sodas.

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AMD was also showing off their new 2013 line up of AMD A-Series Processors will be on laptops for everyone to test drive on some of the newest game titles available.

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