AMD Partners introduce new price cuts to its Radeon HD 7700 and 7800 Series
Last month AMD readjusted suggested prices for video cards based on their reference Radeon HD 7000 Series GPUs , and starting this month we have a new round of cuts.
AMD’s partners offer some price cuts in several of its price segment GPUs under U.S. $ 200, to make it even more attractive to their products. Without further ado here the new prices:
- GHz Radeon hd 7970 Edition: U.S. $ 429 (no change).
- Radeon HD 7970 3GB: U.S. $ 389 (before 409).
- Radeon hd 7950 Boost Edition: $ 299 (no change).
- Radeon HD 7950 3GB: U.S. $ 289 (no change).
- Radeon hd 7870 2GB: $ 239 (no change).
- Radeon hd 7850 2GB: $ 189 (formerly $ 209).
- Radeon HD 7850 1GB: $ 159 (formerly $ 189).
- Radeon hd 7770 1GB: $ 109 (no change).
- Radeon HD 7750 1GB: $ 89 (previously $ 94).
These prices should be exercised in the course of this week, but we see that Newegg reviewing several video cards with GPUs mentioned are listed with the new prices, and even with discounts, a move that will be very pleasing to users.
It is noteworthy that amd has confirmed that their prices have not changed since the Rebate officers last month, and these new prices are courtesy of the manufacturers of video cards based on AMD GPUs.amd, Boost Edition, card, GCN, GHz Edition, Graphics Core Next, hd 7000, HD 7750, hd 7770, hd 7850, hd 7870, hd 7950, hd 7970, partners, pcb, price, Radeon, Rebate, video