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Redefine your gaming reality with the Gainward GeForce® 8800 GTS 640MB PCI Express graphics card featuring the world's first DirectX® 10 GPU and a powerful unified architecture that delivers an incredibly true-to-life gaming experience. Power through games at record speeds and charge through game maps with vividly realistic, sun-up to sun-down HDR lighting effects while steering clear of mind-blowing physics effects such as explosions, fire, and smoke. Crank up 16x full-screen anti-aliasing without missing a beat - no jaggies, no worries. And when you're not destroying the enemy, relax watching your favorite movies with NVIDIA PureVideo technology.

- GeForce 8800 GTS core running at 500MHz
- Shader Clock Speed of 1200MHz
- 640MB GDDR3 Memory running at 1600MHz
- 320-Bit Memory Interface
- 96 Stream Processors
- Shader Model 4.0
- Texture Fill Rate: 24 billion/sec
- Memory Bandwidth: 64GB/s
- Designed For Extreme HD Gaming
- Nvidia Pure Video Technology
- Dedicated Video processors free the GPU Shaders to run 3D applications
- Dual dual-link DVI supports two 2560 x 1600 resolution displays
- HDCP Enabled!!
- SLI ready Upto 2x the performance of a single GPU (Available on with future driver release)
- True High Dynamic Range Rendering Support Based on Open EXR technology
- World's first unified architecture supporting Microsoft® DirectX® 10
- Built for Microsoft® Windows® Vista

Note: These cards require PCI-E x16 slots, they will not function in a x8 slot so for SLi you need dual x16 mainboard. Finally 500W minimum for PSU and 600W+ is recommended.



Originally sold at £209.99+VAT
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#1
Is this a good card?
#2
deathtrap3000
Is this a good card?


I think so.
#3
dont know why cold votes?!
banned#4
cold votes cos they wanna keep the deal all to themselves..greedy ******s
#5
Cold votes because there idiots/fanboys. Heat added.
#6
b grade card (i.e. box damaged, refurbed) i wonder how many they actually have, can't see them having that many
#7
deathtrap3000;4283644
Is this a good card?
Quite good for the price. Depends on the games, & settings you'd like to play at.

If this was the newer G92 512MB 8800GTS, it would've been a steal - comparison/benchmarks here.

darkone777
dont know why cold votes?!
Don't worry about the cold votes - if it's a good deal it always does well - eventually :thumbsup:
#8
These are a very good card for the price, can easily take an overclock to 650/2000 if anyone needs some extra performance :)
#9
Hmmmmmmm I currently have:
320 XFX 8800GTS XT *AAA PCI-E (as copied from my scan order over a year ago)

So will this be that much of an upgrade or should I wait.. hmmm
#10
Very good card, and for that price is a bargain. I had the 320Mb version till 2 weeks ago and plays most games @ 1680 x 1050 pretty well. I upgraded to a 55nm GTX260 as some of the newest games slowed up a little on high settings with lots going on. No problems now though :-D

3G 1333Mhz E8400 dual core @ 3.2G , OCZ 4GB (2x2GB) PC2-6400C4 800MHz ReaperX HPC Enhanced Bandwidth Edition Dual Channel DDR2, 2 x 1Tb Samsung hard drives, 2 x SATA DVDRW. 650W enermax PSU. :thumbsup:
#11
MercilessKiller
Hmmmmmmm I currently have:
320 XFX 8800GTS XT *AAA PCI-E (as copied from my scan order over a year ago)

So will this be that much of an upgrade or should I wait.. hmmm


You probably wouldn't notice the difference tbh, I'd wait a bit :thumbsup:
#12
not available now
#13
Boylin
You probably wouldn't notice the difference tbh, I'd wait a bit :thumbsup:


Thought as much.

Then again I only really play world of warcraft these days which my lappy can run fine haha.
#14
No offence to anyone, but if it's an Overclockers return, some of the horror stories I'm sure we've all heard, will it even work?! :whistling:
#15
Crossbow
If this was the newer G92 512MB 8800GTS, it would've been a steal - comparison/benchmarks here.


Quick update: My card arrived on Saturday 7th. Opened it up to find a brand-new Gainward 8800GTS 512 with the G92 core :w00t:. Installed it on Sunday afternoon and has been running great all week. Not played any games on it yet but can finally play full HD videos without any stuttering after replacing my GeForce 6200TC :w00t:

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