Hey Red Team, another month, another chance at winning!
Enter now for your chance to win a Ryzen 5 2400G!
Entering is easy, just follow these steps:
The March Sweepstakes Entry Period opens on Friday, April 1, 2022, at 12:00 p.m. Central Time and Entries must be submitted by Saturday, April 30, 2022, at 12:00 PM Central Time.
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*NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to legal residents of the 50 United States (D.C.) and Canada (Excluding Quebec) 18 years or older who are members of the AMD Community forum with a ranking of Novice III or greater. Ends 12/31/2022. For Official Rules, including odds and prize descriptions, visit Red Team 2022 Monthly Sweepstakes Rules. Void where prohibited. Sponsor: AMD, Inc.
I have an AMD ryzen 3 2200U with Radeon Vega Mobile Gfx on my laptop.Its is not top tier but this is where my love for AMD started.The overall performance is mind boggling and I have a great experience playing Call of duty advanced warfare and even FIFA19 runs smoothly on low settings! Getting that Ryzen 5 would be a game changer for me.
Me too uinfortunatley
Still keeping fingers crossed these giveaways becomes available worlwide. Currently residing in South Africa, so not eligible. Sad puppy face for the win xd.
I'm ginger and Scottish, I like the orange on the ryzen box as it resembles my ginger hair. I'm not a novice 3 but I thought I'd comment anyway. It would be a great little cpu to have in my collection and I would use it to build my son's first gaming pc with a all amd build. This along with a 6600xt or 6700xt would be a great little build for him.
Good processor with decent graphics. I have a Ryzen 5 3400G( 2nd Gen) on an HTPC and it works great. I am worried that as GPU and other parts prices remain high or go up that we exclude the average joe or jane computer hobbyist. On board graphics lowers the cost of builds and that is always a good thing.
Finally qualified after spending 4 hours to raise my rank just by basically doing what I came here for, (helping out).
And I might be new to this community, but I definitely know what I'm doing.
Oh, and I guess I've been recently planning to surprise my younger sister with a pretty decent rig with WAYYY to much RGB.
Receiving a part for free sounds like an odd thing in the PC industry, but I think it still would help with the "gift" even if all she does is maybe watch people dance (idk), but I digress.
I honestly don't have high hopes for receiving really anything, and I certainly know this sounds cheap as hell but...
" Old CPU moment "
I didn't have any idea on how that ranking worked until @Ashley_AMD posted a progression chart. So I guess I do qualify for this contest, and this processor would be perfect for the PC I'm building the wife.
My Ryzen CPUs (2600x and 3600). I love that AMD keeps a socket for a long time allowing long term growth and upgrades. I am waiting to make the next jump to AM5. pumped.