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Asus GeForce GTX 560 £139.99 delivered @ DABS.COM + 2free games

£139.99 @ Dabs
Hi all, my first deal so dont be too harsh. Very good graphics able to run all modern games on full hd resolution. Did order quite a few times from dabs and never had problems even when ha…
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Hi all,

my first deal so dont be too harsh.

Very good graphics able to run all modern games on full hd resolution.
Did order quite a few times from dabs and never had problems even when had to rma some items.

2 free games are :
Between June 9th 2011 and June 30th 2011 anyone who buys one of these GeForce GTX 560 810MHz Graphics Cards will be able to claim a FREE download voucher for Shogun: Total War 2 and Stalker: Call of Pripyat on PC

Rest of specification:
ASUS Unique Selling Points

Voltage Tweak: to crank up performance by 50%.
Super Alloy Power: Provides 15% performance increase, 2.5 times longer product lifespan and 350C cooler operation.
Gamer OSD: Real-time overclocking, benchmarking and video capturing in any PC game!
Splendid: Watching movies on PC is as good as on Top-of-the-line consumer television.

Key Selling Points

Microsoft Windows 7 Support: Enable PC users to enjoy an advanced computing experience.
DirectX 11 Ready: Bring new levels of visual realism to gaming.
SLI Support: Multi GPU Technology for Extreme performance.
NVIDIA 3D Vision™ Ready: The only full 1080p HD solution for 3D games, 3D movies and 3D pictures.
NVIDIA PhysX ready: Dynamic visual effects like blazing explosions, reactive debris, realistic water, and lifelike characters.
GeForce® CUDA Support: Unlocks the power of GPU's processor cores to accelerate the most demanding system tasks.

Key specification

Graphics Engine GeForce® GTX560
Bus Standard PCI Express® 2.0
Video Memory 1G GDDR5
Engine Clock 810 MHz
CUDA Cores 336
Shader Clock 1620 MHz
Memory Clock 4008MHz (1002MHz 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 YES
Dimension The card size is 9.8" x 5.03" x 0.62mm

In The Box

Accessory bundled
1 x mini HDMI-to-HDMI adaptor
1 x DVI-to-D-sub adaptor
1 x Power Cable
Software Bundled
ASUS Utilities & Driver
*Please follow the driver setup instruction to download
SmartDoctor application on ASUS website prior to use
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#1
Not bad at all, might want to move the category across to computing, but voted hot.
3 Likes #2
Note this is not the 'Ti' version.
#3
I think this is a good deal (not amazing but good enough). Personally I won't upgrade until BF3 hits (november?) so I'll see what's around then. But thanks for the post, heat added.
#4
Zoea
I think this is a good deal (not amazing but good enough). Personally I won't upgrade until BF3 hits (november?) so I'll see what's around then. But thanks for the post, heat added.


Battlefield 3 is out October 25th, and the beta is in September.
#5
Crap games but the excellent card for the price. Hot
1 Like #6
performance similar to a ati 6870 as far as i can see, which you can get for £133 at the mo.
#7
zurich
performance similar to a ati 6870 as far as i can see, which you can get for £133 at the mo.

More comparable to the 6950 actually Link

Fantastic price, I'm looking at getting one of these, but not yet ! :( hopefully it'll stay at this price for a while! Very hot deal!
#8
all the benchmarks in that review (and other reviews) put it on par with with the 6870. :|
#9
zurich
all the benchmarks in that review (and other reviews) put it on par with with the 6870. :|

560ti = 19% better FPS average

As below, I stand corrected :P


Edited By: hero9989 on Jun 11, 2011 00:09: .
1 Like #10
hero9989
zurich
all the benchmarks in that review (and other reviews) put it on par with with the 6870. :|

560ti = 19% better FPS average


this isn't the ti version as mentioned above.
#11
Is this better than the Wii U?
4 Likes #12
MadeInBeats
Is this better than the Wii U?

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_LoejBX3UN6s/S4lO6NMOj9I/AAAAAAAAABY/-qOkrnzBtSc/s320/lol-wut-pear.jpg
#13
Crap the bed! I paid £150 a week ago for for a gigabyte GTX 460 with 0 free games from buyer! :( hot deal. Is it is possible to run this with the 460 in the same machine for uber graphics power? Yes it's better than a bloody wii whatever!!
#14
Krizzle
Crap the bed! I paid £150 a week ago for for a gigabyte GTX 460 with 0 free games from buyer! :( hot deal. Is it is possible to run this with the 460 in the same machine for uber graphics power? Yes it's better than a bloody wii whatever!!


needs to be matching cards
#15
RooGuru
Crap games but the excellent card for the price. Hot


Haven't played stalker but Shogun 2 is a fantastic game if you give it a chance. Hot deal though
#16
550w PSU good enough for this card?
#17
Zoea
I think this is a good deal (not amazing but good enough). Personally I won't upgrade until BF3 hits (november?) so I'll see what's around then. But thanks for the post, heat added.


I had no idea how tempting upgrades were until I truly got into PC gaming :p
If my wallet hadn't argued my 5850 would have been evicted after 6 months.


Edited By: MBeeching on Jun 11, 2011 04:26
#18
crackshotkv
550w PSU good enough for this card?


if it's a decent brand psu, it should be fine.
#19
You can still get a radeon 6870 for £124.99+d on aria, which is a better card.

Actually, the best deal for a card around this power atm is actually a 5850 xtreme for £99.99+d on OCUK

Edited By: Aradria on Jun 11, 2011 08:17
#20
Zoea
I think this is a good deal (not amazing but good enough). Personally I won't upgrade until BF3 hits (november?) so I'll see what's around then. But thanks for the post, heat added.


Was just about to buy one after pre ordering Battlefield 3 last night. Your post is sound advice, thanks.
#21
Vegeta
MadeInBeats
Is this better than the Wii U?


http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_LoejBX3UN6s/S4lO6NMOj9I/AAAAAAAAABY/-qOkrnzBtSc/s320/lol-wut-pear.jpg


LOL, bet that caused an error in the eld lug nuts for brief moment X)

Edited By: MadeInBeats on Jun 11, 2011 10:16
#22
RooGuru
Crap games but the excellent card for the price. Hot


Shogun 2? Crap? In which parallel universe are you living? :D
#23
David Gill
Note this is not the 'Ti' version.


whats the difference
#24
Super Alloy Power: Provides 15% performance increase, 2.5 times longer product lifespan and 350C cooler operation.


350C cooler? What does this run at absolute zero?
#25
35degreeC

Edited By: andrewt on Jun 11, 2011 12:15
#26
komi
David Gill
Note this is not the 'Ti' version.


whats the difference



Performance difference, this particular card ha less performance than the 560 Ti version. It was introduced Nvidia to counter Ati cards in a similar price bracket.
#27
Almost there, just need it to drop another £40 for BF3 in September!
#28
epic looking deal, very tempted to replace my 4870 1GB with it
#29
I have an Antec 300 case (pretty small). What are the chances of this fitting?
banned#30
Antec, not a small case, this will fit no problem
#31
Krizzle
Crap the bed! I paid £150 a week ago for for a gigabyte GTX 460 with 0 free games from buyer! :( hot deal. Is it is possible to run this with the 460 in the same machine for uber graphics power?

Sort of, you could use the 560 for graphics and dedicate the 460 to physx, but you couldn't use them both for graphics processing.
#32
capa
I have an Antec 300 case (pretty small). What are the chances of this fitting?
If it takes a standard sized ATX motherboard then this will fit. Might be a bit of a squeeze, but you'll get it in there.

RooGuru
Crap games but the excellent card for the price. Hot
Good job you're not paying for the games then. But I'm surprised anyone would call Shogun 2 crap. 'Not my kind of game', possibly, but not 'crap'. I didn't get into the Total War series until Empire, but Shogun 2 is my favourite so far. And STALKER is exactly my kind of game (loved Fallout 3), it's just a shame it's so buggy. Haven't tried Pripyat yet, so maybe things have improved, and I know there's some good mods for it.

komi
whats the difference
There are several different cards in the 560 series, each with slightly different specifications such as GPU (processor) speed, RAM (memory) speed, number of cores, etc. This is just the plain 560, the others are all faster -
Asus GeForce GTX 560 - 1gb, 40nm, 4008MHz GDDR5, GPU 810MHz, Shader 1620MHz, 336 Cores
Asus GeForce GTX 560 DirectCU II - 1gb, 40nm, 4200MHz GDDR5, GPU 850MHz, Shader 1700MHz, 336 Cores
Asus GeForce GTX 560 DirectCU TOP - 1gb, 40nm, 4200MHz GDDR5, GPU 925MHz, Shader 1850MHz, 336 Cores
Asus GeForce GTX 560 Ti DirectCU II - 1gb, 40nm, 4000MHz GDDR5, GPU 830MHz, Shader 1660MHz, 384 Cores
Asus GeForce GTX 560 Ti DirectCU TOP - 1gb, 40nm, 4200MHz GDDR5, GPU 900MHz, Shader 1800MHz, 384 Cores

It's a good price (I usually buy my computer components from Scan and it's £144.67 on there, so a saving of £4.68), but I'm still tempted to go for a Ti. I got outbid on a 560 Ti by £2 on eBay last night, which I'm still very annoyed about as it ended at around this price. :(

Edited By: reddragon105 on Jun 11, 2011 17:24
#33
I love Stalker: Call of Pripyat, although the Stalker series is definitely a matter of personal taste. Call of Pripyat is £4.85 from Zavvi.
#34
xela333
Antec, not a small case, this will fit no problem


The 300 is smaller than most other Antecs. Found this on the site though:

Maximum video card size: 11"/279mm (Note: some video cards may block access to the adjacent hard drive bay)

This card is only 9.8 inch so it should be fine.

Edited By: capa on Jun 11, 2011 23:24
#35
Unexpired! 1 question, is this 1gb vram or 2gb?

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