I just checked pricegrabber and no distributors had cards in stock yet; prices also seem a bit exagerated for the time being around $180. If you are wondering how these cards will perform, the [URL=http://firingsquad.gamers.com/hardware/gv-r9500/default.asp]Firingsquad[/URL] and [URL=http://www.beyond3d.com/reviews/sapphire/radeon9500]Beyond3D[/URL] have posted their first impressions on a cards based on this chip.
Don't expect anything spectacular though, the cards seem to deliver more punch than the low-end [URL=http://www.techspot.com/reviews/hardware/fic_radeon9000pro/index.shtml]Radeon 9000 Pro[/URL] but lag behind the Ti4200s which are already being offered for less money; don't be tricked by the foolish names, the real Titanium killers will come in the form of the Radeon 9500 'Pro' (in the value sector) and the vanilla Radeon 9700 (non-Pro) in the high-end.
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