Originally Posted by AMC
GUY's the price is $729.99.
I looked around in the page source. There are hidden fields.
<li class="price-current " itemprop="price" content="729.99" id="singleFinalPrice">
<meta itemprop="priceCurrency" content="USD">
Edit: I did this for the Sapphire card.
I didn't know we could look at the source code and find the price, good to know for next time.
Originally Posted by Dart06
I just don't get how people (me included) would think pre ordering the BF4 edition is smart at all. Like, it should be free with the preorder (making the pre order more special) instead of charging just the increased (if not more than that) price.
What I don't get is how people would be willing to buy the card, without knowing the performance either.
If that price of $729 turns out to be true, I would like to remind you all what I've been saying here for a LONG time.
This kinda sums it up.
Originally Posted by 2010rig
You so silly. AMD never overprices anything, nor do they ever charge a premium for their products, they love giving their customers the lowest possible prices.
The 290X will be $499, 290 $399. 280X $299, that would be a very logical lineup.
Since the 7970 is currently going for $299 in a lot of places, why would its replacement cost twice as much at $599+?
Dear AMD fans, I'm sure you will get offended by what I wrote, it was just a joke.
For those unable to read between the lines. AMD will charge you as much as they can, when ever they can, and if they are charging less is because they HAVE to, due to the performance of their products.
This card at this price will do nothing to bring those highend GPU's back to the sub $500 price point.Edited by 2010rig - 10/2/13 at 11:09pm