AMD is trying to sell Radeon RX Vega 64 at a higher price

Published: Aug 10th 2017, 06:55 GMT   Comments

Please note that this post is tagged as a rumor.

Retailers are given final pricing from distributors, but they fail to see parts for 499 US dollars.

AMD Radeon RX Vega 64, where’s MSRP?

From Europe to Asia, retailers are told that Vega 64 will be sold at higher price than first advertised. It appears that AMD is trying to sell both blower type cards for the same price, which is 599 USD.

I normally do not post about graphics card prices before they are confirmed, but we have at least 4 independent sources claiming that there is little to no difference in pricing for black and limited editions of Vega 64.

Take a look at the following chart, this is a compiled list of all pricing information that we saw or were told about. Don’t look at the prices as if they were final, look at the trend where black blower cards are offered at the same price as limited edition.

This is not the first time the product is offered at a higher price than first advertised. This usually happens for preorders or shortly after launch. However few shops will still offer Vega 64 at official suggested price, just so AMD can say it was sold for 499 USD.

RX Vega 64 (Black)RX Vega 64 (Limited)RX Vega 64 (Liquid)
Official MSRP499 USD599 USD699 USD
ShopBlt (US)650 USD650 USD758 USD
LambdaTek (UK)703 GBP703 GBP789 GBP
Mdcomputers (India)71,500 INR72,725 INR85,350 INR
PCThemes (Singapore) 999 SGD1149 SGD
Eurozone599 EUR599 EUR699 EUR
Japan73,800 YPN73,800 YPN85,800 YPN

Source: Ask-Corp, Computerbase, LambdaTek, ShopBLT, MDComputers, PCThemes

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