Barely a couple of weeks off of their previous Death Stranding game bundle, NVIDIA is back with a new game bundle for GeForce RTX cards. Dubbed the Frames Win Games bundle, NVIDIA is now including copies of Rainbow Six Siege: Gold Edition.

Rainbow Six Siege is a more unusual choice for a video card game bundle. The online-focused first person shooter was first launched back in 2015, and in the last several years has been well-received, leading to Ubisoft giving it ongoing support and expansions. The Gold Edition, in turn, includes the base game and much of this expansion content, including the most recent “Year 5” pass. DLC aside, I cannot recall a game that has been out this long ever being bundled with a high-end video card. This also leads into the name of the bundle, alluding to the fact that NVIDIA's RTX cards can easily hit 144fps in the game.

NVIDIA Current Game Bundles
(July/August 2020)
Video Card
(incl. systems and OEMs)
Bundle
GeForce RTX 20 Series (All) Rainbow Six Siege: Gold Edition
GeForce GTX 16 Series (All) None

Digging into the bundle itself, as this is a single game bundle, NVIDIA’s deal is pretty straightforward. The company will be including the game with all of their GeForce RTX cards, from the RTX 2060 up to the RTX 2080 Ti. This offer also applies to many desktop and laptop systems including these cards as well, so long as the vendor is a participating NVIDIA partner. Though it bears mentioning that this latest bundle is once again going to be relatively short lived, with the program ending on August 27th.

Meanwhile, NVIDIA is not currently offering any game bundles for its lower-tier cards, the GeForce GTX series.

As always, codes must be redeemed via the GeForce Experience application on a system with a qualifying graphics card installed. More information and details can be found in the terms and conditions. Be sure to verify the participation of any vendors purchased from, as NVIDIA will not give codes for purchases made from non-participating sellers.

Source: NVIDIA

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  • FakThisShttyGame - Thursday, July 30, 2020 - link

    Near EOL product bundle with dead game. Perfect match! Reply
  • DigitalFreak - Thursday, July 30, 2020 - link

    Yep. Anyone who buys an RTX 20x series card right now is crazy, unless they absolutely need one. RTX 30x is like a month or two away. Reply
  • Beaver M. - Thursday, July 30, 2020 - link

    They were before that too.
    Turding was a horrible generation.
    Reply
  • senttoschool - Thursday, July 30, 2020 - link

    Nah. Turing is one the best generations.

    While performance increase wasn't the best, the introduction of DLSS and Ray Tracing changed gaming forever.
    Reply
  • Spunjji - Friday, July 31, 2020 - link

    Performance increase was fine, PPW increase was adequate, but crucially PP$ barely moved. That - plus the obvious Beta nature of the RT features - made it a terrible-value series from top-to-bottom on release. The Super cards improved that a little, but not a whole lot.

    As for DLSS changing gaming forever - lolno. RT might do, but it's a little bit early to be making that claim - and even if it ends up being true, Turing will still have been a terrible value proposition forced on consumers by a company acting as a functional monopoly.
    Reply
  • azfacea - Friday, July 31, 2020 - link

    "DLSS changing gaming forever - lolno"

    a little bit early to be making that claim. we ain't seen AI yet. a giant supernova looks very small from distance
    Reply
  • Beaver M. - Friday, July 31, 2020 - link

    I hope they keep improving it. Because it causes ugly artifacts in some scenes. Just like their AI upscaling on their Shields.
    Funnily nobody is reporting about either of those. Very interesting.
    Reply
  • Beaver M. - Friday, July 31, 2020 - link

    Performance increase was laughable. VRAM was laughable, and even technical issues were rampant for a long time with the stuttering (probably them trying to optimize their compression due to too low VRAM). And the biggest joke was the price.
    All together it was a horrible generation. No RTX or DLSS will hide that.
    Reply
  • UglyFrank - Monday, August 3, 2020 - link

    If Super launched as the original Turing and the 2080 had the 2080 Ti's Performance it would be fine.

    970 = 780 Ti/ 1070 = 980 Ti/ 2070 S = 1080 Ti
    1060 = 980/ 2060 S = 1080
    Reply
  • Spunjji - Friday, July 31, 2020 - link

    +100

    Mad, bad time to buy a GPU from either vendor.
    Reply

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