Score up to $150 of in-game credit when you buy a GeForce GTX 660 or higher videocard.
Here's an interesting nugget Nvidia dug up to support its latest upgrade promotion. According to the latest Steam hardware survey, 36 million gamers don't own a strong enough graphics card to play World of Tanks, Hawken, or Planetside 2 at 1920x1080 with High settings. The reason Nvidia chose to focus on those three free-to-play (F2P) play titles is because it's offering $75-$150 of in-game credit when you upgrade to a qualifying GeForce graphics card from a participating vendor.
If you purchase a GeForce GTX 650 or 650 Ti, you'll receive $25 codes for all three games, giving you a total of $75 to play with. Those who upgrade to a GeForce GTX 660 and up will receive $50 in all three games, for a total $150 of in-game credit.
"Today’s top free-to-play games are more advanced than ever before. In fact, shooters like Hawken, World of Tanks, and PlanetSide 2 are among the most graphics-intensive and immersive games available," Nvidia says. "Now you can get everything you need to experience them at their best—and a little extra."
Be sure to reference Nvidia's list of authorized vendors before upgrading, provided you're stoked about in-game credit to begin with. You can redeem your in-game currency code on a separate page.
Nvidia's bundle is a little weak compared to AMD's Never Settle: Reloaded promotion, in which you can score between two and six triple-A titles with the purchase of a qualifying Radeon card. Still, it's better than nothing, right?