1GB Sapphire ATI HD 4850 X2 Graphics Card £135.69 at Scan (Today only) - HotUKDeals
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#1
Cracking graphics card for a cracking price!

laze
#2
Off-topic, but which is faster - this or the 4890?
#3
This is faster :)

awesome find, heat added.
#4
Wow... this was around £330 (or was that for the 2Gb version) around Dec08. Good reviews too but what's power requirements.. better check sapphire website.

http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews.php?/gpu_displays/sapphire_4850x2_2gb_pcie_graphics_card/8
#5
Just bought the 4890 from Scan over this.

Although this is a V V Fast card according to reviews it has one of the noisiest fans going.

My PC is in the living room so 4890 it was :thumbsup:
#6
Tomb
one of the noisiest fans going.


+1 to that, its currently humming away under the desk as i type...

am looking at 2 of these http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Thermalright-V2-80mm-all-copper-heatsink-for-ATI-nVdia-VGA-(Without-Fan) yes they do just about sit side by side, although am going to need to support the card as it will be extremely heavy :thumbsup:
#7
[QUOTE= am looking at 2 of these http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Thermalright-V2-80mm-all-copper-heatsink-for-ATI-nVdia-VGA-(Without-Fan) yes they do just about sit side by side, although am going to need to support the card as it will be extremely heavy :thumbsup:[/QUOTE]

Make a small scaffold out of cocktail sticks :thumbsup:
#8
Customer reviews in case anyone is interested:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814102813
#9
Anyone know how many 6 pin connectors are needed for this card?
#10
jukkie
Anyone know how many 6 pin connectors are needed for this card?


It has two sockets, one 8pin and one 6pin :thumbsup:
#11
Cuddy
It has two sockets, one 8pin and one 6pin :thumbsup:

Ouch, how does that work? :thinking:

I have a 4870 at the moment, and it uses 2 x 6 pin connectors. Can't see any 8 pin connectors on my PSU.
Does the card come with a converter?
#12
Great price/performance.
#13
Awesome, would get but I'm not convinced I need a dual GPU based solution
#14
jukkie
Ouch, how does that work? :thinking:

I have a 4870 at the moment, and it uses 2 x 6 pin connectors. Can't see any 8 pin connectors on my PSU.
Does the card come with a converter?


If I recall correctly it came with a 2x Molex to 8-pin adapter

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