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Wednesday, 14 April 2010 13:42

PoV Fermi's available in Holland

Written by Fudzilla staff

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GTX 470 and GTX 480

A Dutch
shop has scored a small shipment of Point of View GTX 470 and GTX 480 cards and it is selling them at rather high prices. Truth be told, as very few retailers actually have any cards in stock, we don't blame the shop for trying to make an easy buck, or euro.

Point of View GTX 480 and GTX 470 can be found all over Netherlands, and even Cdromland.nl and Azerty.nl have some on stock but as we already wrote, since it is hard to find these cards it is no wonder that, for example, Cdromland.nl wants €649,00 for the GTX 480 and €499,00 for the GTX 470. The Azerty.nl is a bit cheaper and wants €548,99 for the GTX 480 and €409,00 for the GTX 470.

This is anything but cheap, but early adopters are used to paying a premium. It's worth noting that the cards don't seem to be selling all that well and it's quite obvious the price has something to do with it.
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