Asus GTX480 NVIDIA Graphics Card - 1536MB + FarCry2 Game *EXCLUSIVE BUNDLE* £194.98 @ Scan - HotUKDeals
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Next-generation gaming has arrived. NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 480 gives your games an adrenaline shot with the world's fastest performance and futuristic, visually-stunning graphics. Experience heart-pounding, cinematic visuals on your favourite games with the combined power of DirectX 11, CUDA™, and NVIDIA® PhysX® technologies. And expand your visual real estate across three HD displays in jaw-dropping stereoscopic 3D for the ultimate in immersive gaming. NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 480: pure adrenaline meets visual bliss.

Chipset: GTX 480
Edition: FarCry2
Chipset Features: 3D Vision Surround technology
DirectCompute Support
HDMI Output Support
Microsoft DirectX® 11
NVIDIA CUDA™ Technology
NVIDIA PhysX™-Ready
NVIDIA Unified Driver Architecture
OpenCL Support
OpenGL 3.2
PureVideo HD
Manufacturing process: 40 nm
Cores: 480
Core Clock: 700 MHz
Shader Clock: 1401 MHz
Memory: 1536MB
Memory Bit Rate: 384 Bit
Memory Type: GDDR5
Memory Clock: 3696 MHz
Cooling: Dual Fan
Interface: PCI-E 2.0 (x16)
Connectivity: 2 x Dual Link DVI-I
1 x mini HDMI
SLI: Yes
SLI Type: 3 Way
HDCP Ready: Yes
Width: Dual Slot
CrossFire: No
Crossfire Type:
Low Profile Compatible: No
Low Profile Support:
Package Type: Retail
Maximum GPU Power:
Maximum GPU Temperature: 105 °C

ENGTX480/G/2DI/1536MD5 - 1536MB Asus GTX 480, 40nm, 3696MHz GDDR5, GPU 700MHz, Shader 1401MHz, 480 Cores, mHDMI + FarCry2*
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#1
Very Good cards. I have Asus GTX 480 and do not have any problems with temperatures in full load.
Was playing Metro 2033 1920*1080 at maximum details and temperature no more than 76 degrees.
Some people where saying that it goes up to 90 degrees. Maybe I am just lucky or maybe it is because of ASUS. They do great stuff.

Heat on the way..........................mean post not VGA. lol
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#2
OcUK have been offering this bundle at round about this price for a few weeks now so hardly exclusive.

If these had fallen to this price when the 570s first appeared I would probably have gone for one but they left it too late to drop the price in my opinion and now are probably not quite the brilliant deal they would have been a couple of months ago.

The FC2 is hardly a deal breaker either, worth a fiver at the very most, ruddy awful game imo.

Still, very powerful cards, as long as you are happy to meet the high power requirements.
#3
Its a monster and drinks juice is hot running and the 570 is faster and a overclocked 560 can reach this in performance terms the Fermi first gen cards where rubbish and i can see the price of this drop a lot further as the performance is not that great against todays cards.
#4
polly69
Its a monster and drinks juice is hot running and the 570 is faster and a overclocked 560 can reach this in performance terms the Fermi first gen cards where rubbish and i can see the price of this drop a lot further as the performance is not that great against todays cards.

Well for GTX 570 you have to pay at least £260. And GTX 480 and GTX 570 almost match each other in performance.
#5
great deal, hot from me
#6
marktime
OcUK have been offering this bundle at round about this price for a few weeks now so hardly exclusive.



Scan have it listed as Exclusive deal, I just copied and pasted.

These cards do offer very good top end performance and will run any game out there. They do run hot and use a lot of power during games though.

I would rather have one of these cards than a similarily priced GTX 560 though. A GTX 560 would have to be massivley overclocked to reach GTX 480 levels, then the GTX 560 would also consume more power generate more heat aswell..

If you want a fast card at stock that will run any game out there, then the GTX 480 will do that, if you could get a HD 6950 for the same price though that may be a better card if it will reach HD 6970 speeds with bios flash, but its luck of the draw if a HD 6950 will run well with flashed HD 6970 bios.

Personaly I am waiting until the GTX 580 gets a big price drop after the Nvidia 600 Series and AMD HD 7000 series of cards are released...


Edited By: Hanktank on Mar 03, 2011 23:11
#7
Hanktank
marktime
OcUK have been offering this bundle at round about this price for a few weeks now so hardly exclusive.
Scan have it listed as Exclusive deal, I just copied and pasted.

Sorry if you thought that was directed at you, it certainly wasn't the intention.

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