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Monday, 17 December 2012 10:09

Amazon slaps unbeatable price tag on HD 5750 card

Written by Fudzilla staff

Anti-deal-of-the-day

We are a bit short on good deals in Europe, so we’re bringing you a rather interesting cock-up instead, our anti-deal-of-the-day.

For some strange reason Amazon Germany is currently listing an HIS Radeon HD 5750 graphics card for the price of a decent supermini or cheap hatchback. The asking price is €9,999.00.

However, in case you are interested in blowing €19,998 on a Crossfire setup, you can’t, as there is just one card in stock. No need to rush though, we have a feeling it isn’t going anywhere.

Last modified on Monday, 17 December 2012 13:50
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