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Newegg has some AIB cheaper. 6900xt for 899 and a few 6750 for 550.
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Neither are worth their asking price over the no 6x50 models.
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In stock because nobody wants these newer cards at higher prices, bring back the 6800 and 6800 xt
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These things are just too expensive man for what they are
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Yea overpriced. Just wait for next gen. You won't regret it.
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Either PoS is coming in August if the plan is going accordingly. There will be a glut of used/mining cards floodding the market.
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Quote from DarthCY :
Newegg has some AIB cheaper. 6900xt for 899 and a few 6750 for 550.
Just ordered the 6900xt. It's the black edition and even comes with a bracket. Best deal I have seen for a while.
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It's funny a few months ago(and the last year) people complaining about GPUs being double retail. That's if you could find one.

Now that they are close to retail and can be easily got they still complain. I think these prices for these range of cards are the new normal. Unless people quite buying.
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6800xt MSRP 649, nowhere to find though, has 72 units and 16GB mem.
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It's funny a few months ago(and the last year) people complaining about GPUs being double retail. That's if you could find one.

Now that they are close to retail and can be easily got they still complain. I think these prices for these range of cards are the new normal. Unless people quite buying.
You don't know shit. Cards are nearing MSRP or at MSRP now but AMD decided to launch a last ditch effort to drain some extra cash from consumers by releasing the X50 version of cards, which are a very small performance increase for a large cash increase.
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Quote from Sniper82 :
It's funny a few months ago(and the last year) people complaining about GPUs being double retail. That's if you could find one.

Now that they are close to retail and can be easily got they still complain. I think these prices for these range of cards are the new normal. Unless people quite buying.
Those who know are still disgusted by these so called "retail" prices. These "retail" prices are blown up 2X what they would have been a few years prior.

A top end card **80 series was $500.

This 6750Xt at $550 is what would have been $200 to $300 a few years back. The card is with in what I consider the upper range of gaming GPU's, but it is a lower/mid level card with in that range, now selling at what was top prices.

So yes..I am bitter. The prices of these cards need to be much sweeter.

I'll just wait for the next gen as my GTX 1080 is still enough for what I'm playing.
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...AMD decided to launch a last ditch effort to drain some extra cash from consumers by releasing the X50 version of cards, which are a very small performance increase for a large cash increase.


Comparing the 6600 XT to 6650 XT and the 6700 XT to 6750 XT the price / performance ratios are just about exact from 6000 to 6x50's.
Thats if you use retail $ on AMD site vs G3D mark. Benchmarks vary of course but G3D is standard and easily to get off
So the performance increase vs cash increase is inline with existing card price vs performance.

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Those who know are still disgusted by these so called "retail" prices. These "retail" prices are blown up 2X what they would have been a few years prior.

A top end card **80 series was $500.

This 6750Xt at $550 is what would have been $200 to $300 a few years back. The card is with in what I consider the upper range of gaming GPU's, but it is a lower/mid level card with in that range, now selling at what was top prices.

So yes..I am bitter. The prices of these cards need to be much sweeter.

I'll just wait for the next gen as my GTX 1080 is still enough for what I'm playing.

Yes now that all is true. The retail on these are a bit inflated.

5000 series were less in retail for equivalent tier cards.

RX 5700 XT's had $399 retail in 2019 but todays 6700 XT is $478


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