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Why are RX 480 cards over priced in UK?

Question asked by dcforeman on Jul 5, 2016
Latest reply on Jul 8, 2016 by black_zion

I did something AMD is clearly not able to do. I went into google and I typed in 200 usd to gbp I received £153. Raise that to say £160 to account for raises and falls in the exchange, and that's over $50 bucks extra.

Just because I live in the UK, why should I be forced to pay 1/4 more than those in the USA.

Yes you can say. "But there is TAX" well the cards sold over here, are actually going for around £248 due to tax. So I wasn't including that. The cheapest I can find EX VAT, is £195, that is $254.38...

Are trained AMD accountant's unable to use basic google tools?

Why should be get screwed over just because we live in the UK?
Until this is sorted out I'm skipping the RX 480. I'm done paying premium's on PC hardware just because manufactures like AMD refuse to look at exchange rates.

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