ASUS 560 GTX DirectCU II 1GB - £175.34 Delivered @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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They were cheaper by a few pence not long ago - prices seem to jump up and down, but still an absolute steal at this price. Stocks seems to run out fast!

Brilliant factory overclocked PCI-e card. Free delivery on orders over 50 quid at ebuyer.

Graphics Engine GeForce: GTX560 Ti
Bus Standard PCI Express: 2.0
Video Memory 1G GDDR5
Engine Clock 830 MHz
CUDA Cores 384
Shader Clock 1660 MHz
Memory Clock 4000MHz (1000MHz GDDR5)
Memory Interface 256 bit
DVI Max. Resolution 2560 * 1600
DSub Max. Resolution 2048 * 1536
D-sub Output 1 x DVI-to-D-sub adaptor
DVI Output 2 x DVI-I
HDMI Output 1x Native HDMI (Mini HDMI)
HDCP compliant
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I did used to like Ebuyer but they really have gone down hill over the years. I went for the 6850 that was at a cheaper price than anywhere else while it said it was in stock. A few days later they said they cancelled it because they no longer had any in stock. I asked them is they had anything else at a similar price and spec to the the 6850 and all I got back was that the purchase was not legal and binding so they did not have to honour anything at that price. Really terrible service in my opinion. A simple we don't have anything at that price/spec but this if X better for £X would have worked.
I am going to stay well out their way from now on. If I buy something I now use Scan.co.uk. Never had a problem with them and they have some good offers on the Today Only and good customer services.
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Rant over :D
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Not really a steal, those with free shipping can pick up the MSI version for £165 at OCUK with 2 year warranty, whilst ebuyer make no mention of warranty...

Edited By: Glix on May 13, 2011 11:09
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PintMcPint
I did used to like Ebuyer but they really have gone down hill over the years. I went for the 6850 that was at a cheaper price than anywhere else while it said it was in stock. A few days later they said they cancelled it because they no longer had any in stock. I asked them is they had anything else at a similar price and spec to the the 6850 and all I got back was that the purchase was not legal and binding so they did not have to honour anything at that price. Really terrible service in my opinion. A simple we don't have anything at that price/spec but this if X better for £X would have worked.
I am going to stay well out their way from now on. If I buy something I now use Scan.co.uk. Never had a problem with them and they have some good offers on the Today Only and good customer services.


You mean when someone had changed all their graphics cards to an Ex VAT price and they didnt honour it? well it wasnt suprising...
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neomayemer

You mean when someone had changed all their graphics cards to an Ex VAT price and they didnt honour it? well it wasnt suprising...
No I don't believe that covers the reason their prices were soo low. You see the 6950 was £127 in the sale, and if it was the ex vat price then the price would have been £152. But they put it back up to £180+ at the time when it went out of stock.
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I do know that sometimes a wrong price can be done on anything for sale. It is how they handled it after that I really did not like. They never said it was a wrong price. Just said they was out of stock and then when I asked about a replacement card they stated they didn't have to honour the original price. I never said I wanted the exact card for the same money. Just a replacement one recommended. It is because of that to the reason why I do not want to be spending my money with them again.
#7
Glix
Not really a steal, those with free shipping can pick up the MSI version for £165 at OCUK with 2 year warranty, whilst ebuyer make no mention of warranty...

The card you mentioned is £186 (+delivery), so this is a good price. 2 years warranty on this Asus card.

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