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Monday, 20 August 2007 15:15

American 2600XT to go under $100

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Crazy pricing


Radeon HD 2600 XT is selling for about $105 to $106 in most of the Etail shops. This means that you can get this card for just under $110.

 

This is not the final price and the same card will probably go under $100 and the demand is just incredible. The card has a lot of features and its great for multimedia. The best of all  it doesn’t heat that much and our sources confirmed that the yields are good.

 

ATI is still making money on both 2400 and 2600 cards but the margins are not that big. It can still pay for the chip production and leave some money on the side.

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