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1GB HiS ATI HD 4890 Graphics card £159.00.85 at Scan (Today Only)

£159.00 @ Scan
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Reduced from £191.99 - today only.

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Free delivery if you have 20+ posts on AVForums (great forum, well woth joining anyway).
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#1
Hot deal! Very tempting...:whistling:
#2
thanks for letting me know about this, i am going to build a new system what psu would be needed for this?

my last pc had an agp card so i am a little out of touch
#3
krjgreen;5455377
thanks for letting me know about this, i am going to build a new system what psu would be needed for this?
my last pc had an agp card so i am a little out of touch
Any PSU ~400W & above with 2x 6pin dedicated PCI-E connectors would do nicely. This one will do, & is featured regularly on Scan/todayonly page for £35 or less: [COLOR=#123889]EXPIRED - 700W FSP700-80GLN PSU for £27.59 @ Scan (today only) usually £68.94[/COLOR]

If you're thinking of running 2 of these cards (CrossfireX) in the future, then get a quality-branded one with 4x 6/8pin* dedicated PCI-E connectors & at least 600W (*some PSUs come with 8pin PCI-E connectors that split into 6+2 pin).

Quality-branded ones are: Antec, Corsair, Enermax, Zalman, Tagan, Be Quiet, Etasis, Silverstone, Hiper, FSP, Xigmatek, Akasa, Seasonic, CoolerMaster, OCZ, BFG (& a few others I may have missed - ask if in doubt).
#4
thanks for the info crossbow, i have a budget of up to £80 for a psu, while i will only run 1 4890 now i may get 1 more in the future.
#5
I have a 4870 in a machine and recently bought a GTX275 for my main machine for £17x on overclockers.co.uk

Must admit, runs so hot, wish Igone for the ATI variant :(

Looks like a good deal
#6
krjgreen;5455659
thanks for the info crossbow, i have a budget of up to £80 for a psu, while i will only run 1 4890 now i may get 1 more in the future.
Are you considering a modular one by any chance? This would be ideal, & a great price too (if it returns): [COLOR=#123889]EXPIRED - 850W NorthQ Black Magic Flex Modular PSU only £58.64 (ex. delivery) on scan's today only!![/COLOR]

It has 2x 6pin + 2x 6/8pin PCI-E connectors.

SavageDonkey;5455704
I have a 4870 in a machine and recently bought a GTX275 for my main machine for £17x on overclockers.co.uk
Must admit, runs so hot, wish Igone for the ATI variant :(
Looks like a good deal
Doesn't the 4870 you have run very hot too? I know mine did!

There are ways/tools to increase the fan revs to keep things cooler you know. ATI's own Overdrive for instance - & also RivaTuner, ATiTool & Gainward Expertool.
#7
actually finding a PSU with 2 6pin connectors may not stictly be necessary, as the 4870 i got (which also needs 2x6pin power plugs) came with two 4->6pin adaptors in the box.

I'd also probably recommend going for at least a 500w PSU, depending on what other hardware, etc you were planning on putting together, 400w just seems a little low to me :)
#8
ocuk in just down the road from me so i could pick it up for a pound less..
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=GX-109-HT
#9
that 850W NorthQ Black Magic Flex Modular PSU looks like it has the omphf i need, i dont really want to go less than 700w
#10
Wow very tempting, but I am getting the 4870x2 when I get the money.
#11
voted hot.:thumbsup:

krjgreen, great avatar of a lamp :), i wont say what i thought it was the first time i saw it:oops:
#12
thevortex
voted hot.:thumbsup:

krjgreen, great avatar of a lamp :), i wont say what i thought it was the first time i saw it:oops:



:p yes it does lok like one, doesn't it:w00t:
#13
£6 more if you go with the xfx one and you get a hawx game with it.. It's been at that price for a while now, I wouldn't jump too soon.
#14
i am not to fussed about what free game i get free with it,as will only be playing call of duty, and they dont offer that one. is there any difference in the cards performance though? between the likes of sapphire, powercolor and xfx.
what i mean is if i buy the 4890 from xfx will it be as good as the one from sapphire?
#15
thevortex
voted hot.:thumbsup:

krjgreen, great avatar of a lamp :), i wont say what i thought it was the first time i saw it:oops:


kenny_jones33
:p yes it does lok like one, doesn't it:w00t:


The Lamp is a Lie!

(NSFW): http://img132.imageshack.us/img132/8727/thelampisalie.jpg
#16
krjgreen
i am not to fussed about what free game i get free with it,as will only be playing call of duty, and they dont offer that one. is there any difference in the cards performance though? between the likes of sapphire, powercolor and xfx.
what i mean is if i buy the 4890 from xfx will it be as good as the one from sapphire?

While benchmarks will show slight differences, I doubt you'd notice any while gaming.
#17
cheers jukkie, killer hornet i loled
#18
Getting very tempted to get a new card with current prices (4870s coming down as well) since currently running an aging x1950 pro on an HD 1920x1080 screen. But when are the next generation DX11 cards expected, surely these with cause DX10 cards to drop quite a bit more?
#19
beatnicker
Getting very tempted to get a new card with current prices (4870s coming down as well) since currently running an aging x1950 pro on an HD 1920x1080 screen. But when are the next generation DX11 cards expected, surely these with cause DX10 cards to drop quite a bit more?


Probably, but that will be after the summer, with windows 7 release on november 11 or something.
#20
yeah you're probably about right Hosain. After some looking about consensus for DX11 cards is Q4, and I guess it'll be some time after that before DX11 supported games come along, if the slow take up of DX10 is anything to go by. Dunno if I want to wait that long so may well go for it.
banned#21
will this play cyrsis on an sx75!:whistling:
#22
Crossbow
Are you considering a modular one by any chance? This would be ideal, & a great price too (if it returns): [COLOR=#123889]EXPIRED - 850W NorthQ Black Magic Flex Modular PSU only £58.64 (ex. delivery) on scan's today only!![/COLOR]

It has 2x 6pin + 2x 6/8pin PCI-E connectors.

Doesn't the 4870 you have run very hot too? I know mine did!

There are ways/tools to increase the fan revs to keep things cooler you know. ATI's own Overdrive for instance - & also RivaTuner, ATiTool & Gainward Expertool.


To be honest I was surprised how cool it was. I run it in a shuttle XPC that support a max of 7900 GTX but rant a 8800GTX in it first with a couple of careful re-routes.

From memory I have a Saphire factory overclocked 4870 with a non-stock fan which is very efficient.

Will look at ramping my fans up (Wall of noise....arghhhh)
#23
SavageDonkey;5463540
From memory I have a Saphire factory overclocked 4870 with a non-stock fan which is very efficient.
That's quite a bit better than the stock fan that this one has.

SavageDonkey;5463540
Will look at ramping my fans up (Wall of noise....arghhhh)
You have to get the balance right. You'll be surprised what a 5-10% increase in fan revs can do for the temps, without raising the noise very much. Anyway that was my experience with my HIS 4870 with stock cooler.
#24
RFC
will this play cyrsis on an sx75!:whistling:


whats sx75?

this card will be able to handle Crysis - probably with pretty much everything maxed out.
banned#25
K1LLER HORNET;5466973
whats sx75?

this card will be able to handle Crysis - probably with pretty much everything maxed out.

what about a 486 dx2?:?
#26
RFC
what about a 486 dx2?:?


seriously dude,
i have no idea what u are talking about :?
#27
RFC
what about a 486 dx2?:?

K1LLER HORNET
seriously dude,
i have no idea what u are talking about :?


:thinking:

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