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Monday, 14 October 2013 09:04

Random Monday morning R9 290X piece

Written by Fudzilla staff



Less than encouraging prices

More and more R9 290X prices are starting to tip up and the prices might not be what most of us were hoping for.

Early listings range from about €600 to well over €700. The cheaper end of the scale starts at €604 and €618, but most retail/e-tail outfits are closer to €700, with prices like €662, €672 and €699. There’s obviously some gouging, with some listings at well over €750+.

As for the specs, there’s really not much to report, nothing we haven’t seen or heard already, see for yourself:

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