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Wednesday, 18 June 2008 11:01

GTX 260 nowhere to be seen

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Limited availability in June


In case
you were thinking about getting a brand spankin' new Geforce GTX 260, you'll have to get in line and wait.

We managed to find a single retailer who currently has it in stock, German PcTweaker is selling POV's reference GTX 260 for €310, here. Other retailers expect to have the GTX 260 in a week or two, and we think two weeks sounds a bit more realistic. Even so, we're still not sure about the expected volumes. Hopefully, we won't see a repeat of last year's 8800GT shortages.

ATI's similarly priced HD4870 will also be a bit late, and we're expecting it to show up in volume in early July. Basically, in June you'll be able to get a cheap HD4850 or the pricey GTX280, which will probably get cheaper soon. The much more interesting HD4870 and GTX 260 come in July.
Last modified on Wednesday, 18 June 2008 18:27
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