You heard us right, AMD RX Vega will soon be in shops at an astonishingly low price, so for those who want to save some money on it must waste no time. According to one of Overclockers UK, Gibo, AMD RX Vegas current prices ($499 for the Vega 64 and $399 for the Vega 56 in the Americas; £549 for the Vega 64 in the UK) are rebating the prices to retailers on its early launch with a difference of about 100£( the price for Vega 64 becomes £449.99) from its current price on stand alone black card with no games on it.
Let see the words of Mr Gibo our self!
(…) the good news is AMD are rebating early launch sales to allow us to hit £449.99 on the stand alone black card which has no games. This is a launch only price which AMD at present are saying will be withdrawn in the near future, when if it happens is unknown, but remember do not be shocked if the price jumps nearly £100 in a few days. This time around there is no early adopter tax, quite the opposite on the stand alone black card, so do be quick.
You heard him too, when this is going to happen? We don’t know for sure. When this offers will end? We don’t know it either. But one thing is certain that this offer will soon be up and will soon be over too. So for the RX Vega’s enthusiast hurry up before the prices jumps again.
Why did they offering such offer?
After doing some investigation, we came to know that the prices for AMD went very high across the Europe with Mindfactory.de also asking users fork out €649 (~$760) for your base, run of the mill reference Vega 64. Such pricing could mage RX Vega less competitive with the Pascal counterparts. So Overclocker UK had to step up and save the day for AMD RX Vega, Yay! On Overclockers UK offers the cheapest GTX 1080 for just £449 that’s a whole £100 pounds less, with competitive performance, to the Vega 64, while at Mindfactory.de, an AIB, dual-fan GTX 1080 will cost 527€.
We don’t know what would happen to Vega 56’s pricing when its out. But we can conclude one thing that AMD’s HBM2 and a monolithic die is giving a tough to them. And now the company had its eye on professional or AI acceleration markets for large profits.