Just hours after its launch, Nvidia's GeForce GTX 960 graphics card is already available online in sizeable numbers.
Newegg has 12 versions of it listed, all of them available and ready to ship. Three are priced at $199.99, six are listed for $209.99, and the remaining three are marked up between $219.99 and $239.99. The Asus Strix model Scott tested most extensively in his review is among the $209.99 options.
Not all e-tailers have similarly large stocks, though. Amazon lists 11 cards with prices ranging from $204.99 to $279.99, but only three are in stock. Meanwhile, a search for "GTX 960" at TigerDirect only pulls up a single card, an MSI Gaming 2G variant priced at $259.99.
Still, Nvidia's new hotness isn't hard to come by, especially if you don't mind shopping at Newegg.
The GTX 960's most direct competitor, the Radeon R9 285, is similarly plentiful. Prices start at $209.99 and range up to $259.99 for certain variants, including a compact one from Sapphire aimed at Mini-ITX builds.
Update 2:55 PM: Added a link to Amazon's GTX 960 page.
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