XFX Drops Prices On Some Of Its Most Popular Video Cards

Posted: Mar 7 2008, 1:38pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:36am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

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XFX announced today that it was dropping prices on some of its most popular video cards. The XFX 8800 GT 512MB XXX, the baddest of all the 8800 GT cards, will be available at $209.99. The 8800 GT 512MB Extreme edition will be available for $199.99, the 8800 GT 512MB card will go for $189.99. The two more expensive versions of the 8800 GT are bundled with Company of Heroes as well.

If those cards are still too expensive for your budget, you can get a XFX 9600 GT XXX 512MB for $179.99, the 9600 GT Extreme 512MB edition is only $164.99 and the standard 9600 GT 512Mb card now retails for $149.99.

For gamers looking for even lower priced cards the XFX 8600 GS XXX is $129.99, the 8800 GS standard version is $119.99. Those prices are very good considering the performance of the cards.

Via Tiger Direct

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