With the Fury X launch behind us, and our very own review of the single card available to read here and a mammoth CrossFireX review here, it is apparent that not everyone will be able to afford these monster cards, so instead, many are waiting for the Fury (Non X) model and with lots of rumours circulating round, one thing that hasn’t been clear is the pricing. Until now.
While we’ve never heard of these retailers ourselves, I am personally familiar with price comparison site Geizhals.de which shows the cards with various information on the specifications and delving deeper does show that the two retailers have ratings and reviews from previous customers, making this pricing seem even more believable.
Looking at the Euro price of around €630 and doing a rough conversion, this equates to around £450 GBP and $700 USD, but with various taxes to take into consideration, I would take my wacky maths skills with a pinch of salt until we start to see retailers listing the cards at both UK and US retailers.
If you’re unsure on the specifications of the Fury (Non X) you can find them here and with talk of the card being air-cooled, we won’t see any of the issues that has struck the Fury X card and it’s AIO cooling block.
What price would you be willing to pay for the R9 Fury card? Also taking note that this is the ASUS STRIX model listed which as we know will command a slight premium over a reference card.