AMD is celebrating its 40th anniversary, and is asking customers to send in congratulatory photos and videos.
"In the past 40 years, AMD has transformed from a second-source supplier that worked within the confines of other companies' designs, to an innovator that has helped drive the market forward and kept competition alive and thriving in one of the most important technology sectors," the firm said in a statement.
"AMD takes great pride in our role of igniting next-generation technology solutions, as well as our ability to see where customer and end-user needs are headed next and then collaborate with the industry accordingly.
"AMD's 40th anniversary is a testimonial to our longevity, our employees, our customers and our unique business approach."
In order to 'give back' to its many customers, the firm has announced a large number of contests that will take place over the first half of its anniversary year.
In June, following the end of two long-running competitions, AMD will give away 80 prizes ranging from graphics cards, including the ATI Radeon HD 4890, chips such as its high end AMD Phenom II X4 Black Edition processor, and the Gigabyte GA-MA780G-UD3H motherboard.
In order to win users are asked to send either videos or photos that celebrate their individual love for the firm's products.
"Use the power of your AMD-powered system to wow us with graphical wizardry. Tell us why you love AMD. Write a song about us! The only catch is that ALL videos must say 'Happy 40th Anniversary AMD.' You can say it, sing it, paint it on a wall, whatever. Just make sure it's included."
The contest closes on 19 June and winners will be notified on 29 June through the firm's web site.
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