Newegg Selling Nvidia 8800 Cards Over MSRP

Posted: Nov 9 2006, 9:49am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:20am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 
Newegg Selling Nvidia 8800 Cards Over MSRP
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Yesterday NVIDIA launched the 8800 GTX and the 8800 GTS, the two fastest and most spectacular graphics cards on the planet. Most all of the NVIDIA board partners have their 8800 cards available.

It seems Newegg.com is banking on PC hardware and gaming fans being willing to spend over MSRP to get their hands on cards early on. From the prices Newegg is showing on the special 8800 page, they are at lease $50 over MSRP on the XFX cards I reviewed.It is probably safe to assume that they are also over the MSRPs on the other manufacturers cards as well. Trust me when I say that if you are a PC gamer looking for the best cards around, the 8800 cards are worth the $50 premium. Buy your own 8800 Cards at Newegg.com.

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