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Friday, 18 July 2008 18:38

MSI to bundle Rainbow Six: Vegas 2

Written by Slobodan Simic

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With some graphics cards and notebooks

MSI has apparently struck a deal with Ubisoft so that some of its products will be bundled with Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas 2.

The game should end up in the box with two of the HD 4800-series cards, the R4850-T2D512 and the factory overclocked R4870-T2D512-OC, which we wrote about here. As for Nvidia's cards, MSI has decided that the Rainbow Six: Vegas 2 should be bundled with the N280GTX-T2D1G-OC and N260GTX-T2D896-OC, both factory overclocked.

According to our sources, MSI will also bundle this game with some of its gaming notebooks. The ones that we could confirm at press time are known as the GT735, a 17-inch gaming behemoth and the GX630, a 15.4-inch Puma based gaming notebook. We also suspect that it might be bundled with the GX620 and the GX720 as we found out that MSI tried this game on those models and it runs smoothly.

It is a nice move by MSI, as the retail price of this game stands at around €44.99. You can find the promotional Web site for the graphics cards here.

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