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Nvidia is giving away up to $5,000 in GeForce gear


4:30 PM on 12.12.2011
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Nvidia's 12 Days of Gear Up Giving is just the answer for those among our readership that I've heard talking about their sad PC gaming rigs these past few weeks. I see a lot of "welp" going on about newer games' required specs lately. These people should check out this promotion and pray to the computer gods that they win. 

The giveaway is in an effort to build a bigger following on their GeForce Facebook page. They'll give away something daily, starting today and running through December 23. Daily prizes including GeForce GTX GPUs and 3D Vision 2 kits are at the ready. More fans equals better prizes, with the top tier unlocking the best prize: a GTX 580 SLI + x79 motherboard. 

Go to the GeForce Facebook page and hit 'em up with a Like and then look for the contest tab for entry. One fan per day will win. Good luck!






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