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Default Intel giving away free snowboards with K-series CPUs

Freebies are all the rage lately. AMD is bundling triple-A games with its Radeons, and Nvidia is giving out redeemable free-to-play credit with its GeForces. Now, Intel has announced a giveaway offer of its own, tied to the chipmaker's unlocked, K-series processors. Hold on to your hats, because this is sure to be good!

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