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Friday, 06 January 2012 16:05

Radeon HD 7970 shows up at Amazon.de

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Listed at €529


Just a day before it should officially show up in retail/e-tail, German/Austrian Amazon has jumped the gun and listed AMD's HD 7970 with a price set at €529.

According to our sources, the final price of the card for Europe is set €499. The FOB price is set at around US $480 but when you add tax and some retail margins you end up at around €499/US $549. Of course, Amazon was never one of the cheapest and you can expect at least some of the retailers/e-tailers to sell the card for €499.

The rest of the e-tail/retail should start to list the cards tomorrow and you can check out the Amazon listing here.

Last modified on Friday, 06 January 2012 16:27
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