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kamille316

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Now, for a limited time, if you send us your BFG AGP card in good, working condition, we’ll send you the PCI Express equivalent at no cost to you. If you want to upgrade to an even better performing card, there is a nominal fee to do so. Offer good for U.S. customers only.

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BHowett

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I have always been a little skeptical of posting offers like this, and I can’t see the terms and conditions unless I sign up and wait 24 hours for the email.

However it does say this right there on the first page…

If you choose to take advantage of this offer, please remember that you would need to upgrade your current AGP-based system to a PCI Express-based system at your expense in order for the new card to work. That means upgrading your motherboard and possibly your CPU (processor).


So please be aware of what you have on your system, and be sure you read all of the terms and conditions when you get them :)
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Troy

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Sounds like a sweet deal! Has anyone taken advantage of this yet?

BFG Tech are known for making some pretty good cards. :)

It would be the perfect "upgrade" for someone who's just had an old system die (but the BFG AGP card is still good).

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