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Tuesday, 15 May 2007 12:30

American R600XT sells for $430 + G5 mouse

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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European for €399, available now


The Radeon HD 2900XT is available in the USA and newegg has HIS, Sapphire, Diamond, gecube and PowerColor all priced at $429.99.

If you buy one of these cards before the 21st, you will get a free Logitech G5 gaming mouse. This is not bad deal at all.

At the same time people in Europe has to pay an average of €399 including VAT. We wont tell you that 399.00 EUR = 540.054 USD, but what can you do about it.

You can order American cards here or European here.

 

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