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BFG offer a great incentive for their AGP owners

Free switch-over to PCIe - mighty generous!

| Posted: Nov 25, 2008 1:16 am

BFG Tech has always shown strong support and loyalty towards its customers, offering longer than normal warranties on its extensive range of NVIDIA based graphics cards along with a prompt and painless RMA process, should anything go wrong.

 

BFG offer a great incentive for their AGP owners

 

Another testament to their solid reputation is this generous deal they have going at the moment which allows owners of older AGP based BFG cards to move over to a PCIe based model at no charge. You can see in the below chart what AGP card you need to have to be eligible for the upgrade and what PCIe based card BFG are happy to replace it with.

 

BFG offer a great incentive for their AGP owners

 

If you're not happy with the free upgrade model and would like even more grunt, you can swing them $50 and move up to the card in the right column.

 

On the downside, this deal is only valid for U.S. customers. And don't think you can post them back your dusty old fried/non-working AGP card as BFG require it be in healthy working order and will test it prior to shipping out your PCIe replacement.

 

Nonetheless, this is a great opportunity for those on a budget who'd like to throw their old tired platform out the window in favour for a new PCIe equipped setup.

 

For full details on how to get the ball rolling and organise your replacement, have a read of the instructions at the bottom of this page folks.

 

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