Ignoring the release date imposed by AMD , the assembler XFX already sells some US physical stores the Radeon 300 series , particularly in some of the famous chain stores like BestBuy , where consumers have been able to buy graphics XFX Radeon R7 360 , R7 and R9 370 390.
The first to publish this information was Reddit user iARRpirate , who has also included in his commentary a photo album that you can see below, confirming the fact that Best Buy is selling 300 Series graphics AMD Radeon early and also their prices. Thereafter, several US media have approached local BestBuy in person and have confirmed that their cities are also available, so it is not an isolated one store but seems to be the whole chain American stores.
So we have already confirmed prices (albeit in dollars), for example the Radeon R7 360 costs $ 150, the Radeon R7 370 $ 200 and $ 370 Radeon R9 390. So it seems that AMD has implemented a good premium in these graphs as you know are "refried" of the previous generation, improved a little yes and more dedicated RAM, but may also be that BestBuy will have gone up a bit to head this selling AMD graphics "exclusive" A few days before its release and want to exploit the situation.
A practice that is already common
That to "filter" on the web actual images of a product that has not yet been announced, or to sell a product that has not yet been released to the market as is the case today that I expose, are now common practice. Shops or the media have their minutes of fame by that of the exclusive, but breaking a confidentiality agreement might entail for heavy fines, which makes us think that perhaps the manufacturers are themselves individually authorizing these "leaks" to auto shop advertising through them, and of course, the media / happy life stores.
It is as we said a practice that has become customary, the truth is that it gives quite worthwhile because it takes away all the excitement the matter. Well