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AMD cuts the price of the R9 Nano GPU

The AMD R9 Nano is an impressive graphics card in many ways, it was the first Fiji card to be shrunk down to a Mini-ITX form-factor, it is very power efficient and now, it is getting a pretty nice price cut.

AMD announced today that the R9 Nano will now start at $499 effective immediately, a $150 price cut from its previous $649.99 price tag.


The R9 Nano is equipped with a full Fiji core and 4GB of High-Bandwidth Memory (HBM), making it a great option for those looking to build a small but powerful ITX rig for high-resolution gaming.

We reviewed the Nano back in September, giving it our ‘WORTH BUYING' award and praiding its performance, power management and cooling perofrmance.

KitGuru Says: There has been a lot of interest in bringing more power to smaller form factors in the last couple of years. Do any of you have a Mini-ITX rig? Does this price cut tempt you in to buying a Nano? 

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