ATI is now selling Radeon X850 CrossFire Edition graphics cards through its online store. Cards are listed as in stock, and ATI will even pick up the tab for shipping. However, the asking price is $399$50 more than ATI originally claimed the X850 CrossFire Edition would cost.
To be fair, ATI's online store isn't exactly the cheapest place to buy a Radeon. Still, you'd think ATI would be able to hit its own price target for the card. Buyers don't have any alternatives at the moment, either; ATI's online store is the only place we've found with CrossFire Edition cards in stock and for sale. Not that you can buy a CrossFire Edition motherboard yet, though.
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