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Friday, 05 October 2012 14:57

Geforce GTX 650 Ti listed in Europe

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Starts at €139,56


A quick glance at our favorite price search engine revealed a handful of GTX 650 Ti graphics cards already listed in Europe with the lowest price set at €139,56.

The cheapest one comes from Gigabyte and it is an OC version. Most of these GTX 650 Ti graphics cards are currently listed only in Austria and as we wrote earlier, the final price is not carved in stone and it is something that Nvidia and retailers/e-tailers can change quite easily. Early listings of retailers/e-tailers that are trying to score some pre-orders usually charge a slight premium, so the final price might be a bit cheaper.

Point of View has three GTX 650 Ti cardds listed and it looks like they will try to squeeze out the last ounce of performance from this mainstream board.

Currently in Europe, the cheapest Radeon HD 7850 comes from Sapphire and is priced at €148,80, just a tad higher than the GTX 650 Ti.

You can check out those listings here.


Last modified on Friday, 05 October 2012 18:26
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