There’s quite a lot of buzz surrounding AMD’s upcoming Radeon RX 400 series of graphics cards. As we’ve mentioned in the past, they’re meant to pack more performance per watt, meaning users should expect to see better gaming and even smooth VR support compared to other similarly-priced graphics cards on the market. The RX 480 model is at the top of the chain, followed by the RX 470 and the RX 460. All three are expected to be available on June 29. With that in mind, all three models will be offered in two variants: 4GB and 8GB models with the RX 480 and RX 470 versions, and 2GB and 4GB models with the RX 460 version. Up until now, we’ve seen that the RX 480 will cost $199 for the 4GB card and $229 for the 8GB card. Now there are rumors floating about regarding how much the RX 470 and RX 460 will cost later this month. Related: Newegg listing leaks clock speed details of AMD’s Radeon RX 480 Rumor has it that the 4GB version of the Radeon RX 470 will cost $149 while the 8GB version will cost $179. The RX 460 cards will be even cheaper, with customers having to pay a mere $99 for the 2GB model and $119 for the 4GB model. That’s crazy cheap, but it’s also part of AMD’s plan to reach the general consumer with a VR-capable graphics upgrade at a very low price point.