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AMD Radeon R7 and R9 Price Guide

 

The AMD Radeon R7 and R9 300 series if officially live and we get to have a look at the market prices, the only thing that really matters to anyone. Manufacturers suggested retail prices are just that, suggested, and they rarely stay that way for long thanks to competition.

The R7 360 and R7 370 cards are the starter models and they come quite cheap. Almost all the current R7 360 models come at the same price and that is £89.99. You can pick between Sapphire’s OC card, HIS iCooler, XFX DD Dual Fan, MSI Gaming, or Powercolor’s R7 360. The only one that costs a little more is Asus Strix version that will set you back £99.99.

The R7 370 costs a little more and also variates a bit more in price depending on what model you pick. The cheapest 2GB model is MSI’s R7 370 Gaming for £114.95 and that is followed by HIS, Powercolor, Sapphire, and lastly ASUS that will set you back £137.99. Looking at the 4GB models it starts at £139.99 for the Sapphire’s Nitro, XFX DD, and MSI Gaming cards and again ends with Asus Strix model that will cost you £155.99.

Looking at the 4GB models it starts at £139.99 for the Sapphire’s Nitro, XFX DD, and MSI Gaming cards and again ends with Asus Strix model that will cost you £155.99.

Moving on to the R9 series, we first find the R9 380 that also comes in two different versions. The 2GB model starts at £149.99 for HIS’ IceQ X2 card and tops at MSI’s Gaming card for £158.99. The 4GB models all costs £179.99 and come from XFX, Sapphire, Gigabyte, Powercolor, and MSI.

The 4GB models all cost £179.99 and come from XFX, Sapphire, Gigabyte, Powercolor, and MSI.

The last two cards in the series are the R9 390 and 390x graphics cards and both come with 8GB VRAM. The R9 390 starts at £259.99 for the HIS IceQ X2 and tops out at £289.99 for Gigabyte’s G1 Gaming card. The R9 390X follows a similar way with HIS being the cheapest for just £339.95 and Asus being the top of the list with £379.99.


All prices were taken from Overclockers UK current listings and you can head right on over to them if you want to order one or just have a closer look. The complete R7 listing is here and the R9 listing is here.

Bohs Hansen

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