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Suggested EU retail pricing for AMD's RX 500 series has been leaked

Suggested EU retail pricing for AMD's RX 500 series has been leaked

Suggested EU retail pricing for AMD's RX 500 series has been leaked

Suggested EU retail pricing for AMD's RX 500 series has been leaked

 
Suggested EU retail pricing for AMD's RX 500 series has been leaked, offering similar pricing to the RX 400 series but with higher reference clock speeds.  
 
These prices come from Videocardz and come with VAT included (20%), though at this time it is unknown how widely available AMD reference models will be with this launch.  Below is a list of suggested retail prices for the RX 580 (8GB and 4GB) and the RX 570 (4GB), we have also included approximate conversions to GBP (£).

  

- AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB €269 (approx £229)
- AMD Radeon RX 580 4GB €239 (approx £205)
- AMD Radeon RX 570 4GB €199 (approx £169)

 

Suggested EU retail pricing for AMD's RX 500 series has been leaked

 

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12-04-2017, 09:14:57

AlienALX
If the prices are correct and this thing can hit 1500mhz then we have another budget winner on our hands.

I like the way AMD are ignoring the pressure to just ditch tech and move on and are binning and refining. Nvidia get to do it with stupid price tags attached, so I see now reason why AMD should not.

Fair play. This is all very nice to know if one of my big ass GPUs dies and I need something affordable to replace it with.Quote

12-04-2017, 09:27:59

Greenback
If these are correct I don't see the point of the 580 4gig for £25 you may aswell go the 8gigQuote

12-04-2017, 10:12:00

spolsh
The 480 4 gigs always just been about £30 cheaper though, and they still sell 480's.Quote

12-04-2017, 18:21:55

NeverBackDown
I think they finally got the 570 price right. Much cheaper than a 580. I remember the days when a 470 sold for the same as a 480.Quote

13-04-2017, 07:28:08

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
I think they finally got the 570 price right. Much cheaper than a 580. I remember the days when a 470 sold for the same as a 480.
Yup that was pretty hilarious really. Almost like they didn't want to sell any 470s.Quote
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