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post #221 of 437
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Originally Posted by rdr09 View Post

I've seen it happen in the past where an OOS item price was not accurate. Don't blame AMD.

The xfx is in stock at 299.99 there.
post #222 of 437
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Originally Posted by Ultracarpet View Post

Those OOS items are priced the same as at release, I have seen them in stock at those prices.

Then whoever bought them be damned. lol




Like I said, if miners are willing to buy them at that price . . . let them.
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post #223 of 437
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Then whoever bought them be damned. lol




Like I said, if miners are willing to buy them at that price . . . let them.

He was comparing the 470 to the 480s in that screenshot.
post #224 of 437
This whole business with AMD "reaching the budget gamer" is ridiculously hilarious. Back in 2013 when I was building my 1st gaming rig, I got 7870 GHz Windforce (overclocked custom cooled version) for 700PLN. It had 1280sp and 256-bit memory bus. Now for that money all I could get is probably a rx460 896sp/128-bit with some half assed cooler. Nvidia is overpricing the hell out of high-end, AMD is overpricing the hell out of low-end/mid-range, and after all these promises of super budget cards.... Jeez. A reference rx480 costs exactly as much as my new r9 290 trix was in 2014.
post #225 of 437
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Originally Posted by rdr09 View Post

Then whoever bought them be damned. lol




Like I said, if miners are willing to buy them at that price . . . let them.

I dunno man, even on the US newegg, there isn't a single rx 470 below $199, one of them is even reference design. $199 was the msrp for the rx 480 (and it is listed at that price on newegg as well), not the 470.

I don't think this is gouging so much as it is AIB's pricing their cards really badly. If retailers were gouging, the rx 480 prices would be an equal distance from their msrp but they aren't.
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post #226 of 437
In Poland MSI Gaming RX 470 retails for 285$, i paid 333$ for RX 480 reference model.
post #227 of 437
Ok. Im just gonna wait. A month, oe two.
post #228 of 437
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Ok. Im just gonna wait. A month, oe two.
where do you buy them in germany ? is it worth getting me a second gtx 1080 in there if I can get one here in PL for 3000PLN ?
post #229 of 437
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Prices are too high here in Canada

RX470 starts $289 for 4GB non-Reference

RX480 starts $330 for reference and $385 for non-reference.

GTX1060 stats $390 for non-reference.

These Really are not "mid-range" prices. These are GTX970/390 "mid/high end" prices.

I have to spend double the money I used to buy R9 290X to upgrade 3 years later. Prices should not work this way. We should not be spending more money. It's almost like p/p has not improved for 3 years on the high end.

Hasn't the canada dollar collapsed in value in comparison to 3 years ago?
post #230 of 437
Guys. Retailers are adding 20-30 dollars to the MSRP and STILL can't hold stock. This is what demand does. The same goes for all GTX products. If I can add 30 bucks to my sale, and STILL sell it just as quickly, why wouldn't I.
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