2GB PowerColor HD 6970 GDDR5 DVI HDMI Mini DisplayPort PCI-E Graphics Card. (IN STOCK) £267.58 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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NOT FOR Nvidia FANS :-)

Product Description
CrossFireX Technology
ATI Stream Technology
ATI Eyefinity Technology
OpenGL

Specifications
Graphics Engine RADEON HD6970
Video Memory 2GB GDDR5
Engine Clock 880MHz
Memory Clock 1375MHz (5.5Gbps)
Memory Interface 256bit
DirectX® Support 11
Bus Standard PCIE 2.1
Standard Display Connecors DL-DVI-I/SL-DVI-D/HDMI/2 x mini

DisplayPort
Display Support
DVI Output DL-DVI-I/ SL-DVI-D
DisplayPort On Board
HDMI On Board
HDCP Support
Maximum Resolution
-VGA 2048x1536
-DVI 2560x1600
-DisplayPort 2560x1600
HDMI 1920x1200
Power Specs + Board Dimensions
Board Dimensions 275mmx111.2mmx38mm
Minimum System Power requirement (W) 550W
Extention Power Connector One 6-Pin and One 8-Pin PCI Express Power connectors
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#1
It's a good deal but the 6950s can be unlocked to full 6970s so you're better off with one of them for £50 less.
#2
raikiri
It's a good deal but the 6950s can be unlocked to full 6970s so you're better off with one of them for £50 less.

Didn't know about it. Can you post some links so I do not have to google? 8)
#4
[mod]#5
LOL @ not for nvidia fans. i have a nvid card but im never fussy, i go with bang for buck personally and its always been hard to decide. may go back to ATI on next upgrade if i can get a deal like i did for my 480.

thanks for the post will add heat :)
#6
Being a nVidia fan I am tempted by the current AMD/ATI stuff. I have a GTX 295 at the moment so no need to upgrade but just fancy something new.
#7
I dont see much difference between Nvidia and ATI, both produce very similar stuff really.
#8
Weebl
I dont see much difference between Nvidia and ATI, both produce very similar stuff really.

Very true and their pricing is amazingly similar. At the end of the day when you see graphics cards a alone costing as much as the leading games consoles you can see why gaming on PC is becoming a niche.
#9
pot_belly
Weebl
I dont see much difference between Nvidia and ATI, both produce very similar stuff really.


Very true and their pricing is amazingly similar. At the end of the day when you see graphics cards a alone costing as much as the leading games consoles you can see why gaming on PC is becoming a niche.


PC gamers first to unlock new Battlefield map
Not really according to that.

You must be young if you think the cost is high at the moment, 10 years ago Intel used to charge close to £400 for a pentium II. PC's are a lot more affordable now.
#10
Glix
pot_belly
Weebl
I dont see much difference between Nvidia and ATI, both produce very similar stuff really.
Very true and their pricing is amazingly similar. At the end of the day when you see graphics cards a alone costing as much as the leading games consoles you can see why gaming on PC is becoming a niche.
PC gamers first to unlock new Battlefield mapNot really according to that.You must be young if you think the cost is high at the moment, 10 years ago Intel used to charge close to £400 for a pentium II. PC's are a lot more affordable now.

I think units sold would be a better guide to how the market is moving. I don't own a console at present but I can see that I will need to in the future because of the marginalisation of PC gaming.
#11
Epic.
1 Like #12
I will always love PC gaming because I find changing my gaming hardware quite exciting, like getting a new gaming system every year with just a new graphics card. Plus if you are clever and sell your previous hardware at the right time before it deprecates too much, upgrading doesnt have to cost the earth.
#13
dom99
I will always love PC gaming because I find changing my gaming hardware quite exciting, like getting a new gaming system every year with just a new graphics card. Plus if you are clever and sell your previous hardware at the right time before it deprecates too much, upgrading doesnt have to cost the earth.


Totally agree, I managed to sell my cards just before a new gen is released and re coup most of the money spent out in the first place...
#14
pot_belly
Glix
pot_belly
Weebl
I dont see much difference between Nvidia and ATI, both produce very similar stuff really.
Very true and their pricing is amazingly similar. At the end of the day when you see graphics cards a alone costing as much as the leading games consoles you can see why gaming on PC is becoming a niche.
PC gamers first to unlock new Battlefield mapNot really according to that.You must be young if you think the cost is high at the moment, 10 years ago Intel used to charge close to £400 for a pentium II. PC's are a lot more affordable now.

I think units sold would be a better guide to how the market is moving. I don't own a console at present but I can see that I will need to in the future because of the marginalisation of PC gaming.

pot_belly
Glix
pot_belly
Weebl
I dont see much difference between Nvidia and ATI, both produce very similar stuff really.
Very true and their pricing is amazingly similar. At the end of the day when you see graphics cards a alone costing as much as the leading games consoles you can see why gaming on PC is becoming a niche.
PC gamers first to unlock new Battlefield mapNot really according to that.You must be young if you think the cost is high at the moment, 10 years ago Intel used to charge close to £400 for a pentium II. PC's are a lot more affordable now.

I think units sold would be a better guide to how the market is moving. I don't own a console at present but I can see that I will need to in the future because of the marginalisation of PC gaming.

lol, i have a ps3 which i never use, rubbish compared to a pc. anyway who would pay for new 4 year old tech???. leave the consoles for kids i say.

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