1GB EVGA GTX 460 SE - £101.99 inc P&P via forum or £111.58 non member @ Scan (Today Only) - HotUKDeals
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Found this if your looking for a mid ranged graphix that can handle anything you throw at it. I am still using the GTX 260 in SLI, these #60 cards are solid and the 460s will make a great Bargin SLI setup.

Free delivery if forum memember - £101.99 makes it a bargin, but still cheap if not.

These cards are overclockable. this one comes with 2 DVIs and i mini HDMI port.

A steal for 101.99

REMEMBER this is only on TODAY ONLY !!! may not be on tomorrow

INFO on the card:

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/1gb-evga-gtx-460-se-3400mhz-gddr5-gpu-648mhz-shader-clock-1296mhz-288-cores-2x-dl-dvi-i-mhdmi


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THIS IS THE GTX460 SE NOT THE GTX460 SO HAS SLOWER CLOCKS AND LESS SHADERS

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Hi, would be also interested on your computer build if your buying the card :D
#2
Scorchio! £101... never been that cheap for AVForum members!

EDIT: This is the slightly slower SE version. Mmmhhmm

Edited By: mamboboy on May 17, 2011 15:09
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Please note. These are the SE version with the lower clocks. Not quite as good as the full fat one and bet it would overclock nicely. I would put SE in just to be clear.
460 SE version = 3400MHz GDDR5, GPU 648MHz, Shader Clock 1296MHz, 288 Cores.
Normal version = 3600MHz GDDR5, GPU 675MHz, Shader Clock 1350MHz, 336 Cores.
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PintMcPint
Please note. These are the SE version with the lower clocks. Not quite as good as the full fat one and bet it would overclock nicely. I would put SE in just to be clear.
460 SE version = 3400MHz GDDR5, GPU 648MHz, Shader Clock 1296MHz, 288 Cores.
Normal version = 3600MHz GDDR5, GPU 675MHz, Shader Clock 1350MHz, 336 Cores.


Thanks, just added, very little difference in clock frequency. Thanks for noting
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mamboboy
Scorchio! £101... never been that cheap for AVForum members!

EDIT: This is the slightly slower SE version. Mmmhhmm


Thanks, Overclock em :) I use MSI afterburner v2.0 for my GTX260 SLIs (i think made by rivatuner). Rivatuner is also a good tool

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