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Originally Posted by epic1337 View Post

RX480 8GB reference cards are now locally available here.
but guess what, they're all $280+ doh.gif

if its already like this with reference cards, i can't even think of how much would a non-ref would cost.
Where is 'here', since you don't have it in your profile?
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RX480 8GB reference cards are now locally available here.
but guess what, they're all $280+ doh.gif

if its already like this with reference cards, i can't even think of how much would a non-ref would cost.

Just like with the 1080/1070, retailers with limited supply will increase the price, because they can. As long as demand exceeds supply, this will continue to happen. Some places got 1000 cards, sold them out in a day or two.
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Where is 'here', since you don't have it in your profile?
south east asia.
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Just like with the 1080/1070, retailers with limited supply will increase the price, because they can. As long as demand exceeds supply, this will continue to happen. Some places got 1000 cards, sold them out in a day or two.
thats a different issue, 1080/1070 are flooded with founders edition, which is a tad more expensive than the vanilla version.
comparatively, non-ref 1080/1070 are about the same price as founders edition, so vanilla version should be much cheaper.
Edited by epic1337 - 7/6/16 at 2:08pm
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