We don’t have long until the launch of one of the most anticipated games of recent times, with the Starfield release date less than a month away. In anticipation of this fact, AMD and the game’s developer Bethesda have teamed up to offer a Starfield-themed AMD Radeon 7900 XTX and Ryzen 7 7800X3D so you can complete your dedication to the new title with a fully-themed PC build, if you’re lucky enough to win one.
AMD is offering viewers of Bethesda’s Quakecon live stream the chance to win one of these CPUs or GPUs. To be in with a chance of winning either item, simply type ‘#AMD’ in the QuakeCon chat at Twitch or YouTube for a chance to win.
AMD and Bethesda announced a few months ago that Starfield would have AMD as an exclusive PC partner for the new space RPG, ensuring key AMD technologies such as FSR 2 are supported in the game at launch. So, for AMD to offer up a few freebies for potential players seems like a natural extension of that collaboration.
The Starfield graphics card uses AMD’s reference RX 7900 XTX design but with a white fan shroud and lots of Starfield color accents and logos, such as the Starfield logo in one corner, stars on the fan hubs, and some rainbow stripes on the heatsink fins. It’s certainly a distinctive-looking card that will be the perfect match for any Starfield PC. It also helps that it’s the best graphics card you can buy if you don’t care about ray tracing too much.
As for the Starfield CPU, there isn’t quite so much scope to make a custom-looking CPU so in fact it’s just the box art that has been given the Starfield treatment. Nonetheless, the Ryzen 7 7800X3D is currently our top choice for best gaming CPU, so it’s the ideal addition to any PC, Starfield-themed or not.
The Radeon RX 7900 XTX Starfield Limited Edition GPU is limited to just 500 units while the Ryzen 7 7800X3D Starfield Limited Edition CPU doesn’t have a specified limit but it does have Limited Edition in the name.
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