Asus Radeon HD 3850 512 MB DDR3 Dual DVI-I/HDTV/HDMi PCI Express £69.30 Delivered @Pixmania - HotUKDeals
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This dual output card comes with Company Of Heroes - Opposing Fronts and a 3 year warranty.

3% Quidco.

Interface Type PCI Express 2.0 x16
Width 22.86 cm
Depth 11.1 cm
Graphics Processor / Vendor ATI Radeon HD 3850
Core Clock Speed 668 MHz
Video Memory Installed 512 MB
Technology DDR3 SDRAM 256-bit
Memory Clock Speed 1.65 GHz
Features ASUS Video Security Online, ASUS Splendid Video Enhancing Technology, ASUS SmartDoctor, ASUS GamerOSD, ATI CrossFireX Technology
Video Output Max Resolution (external) 2560 x 1600
API Supported OpenGL 2.0, DirectX 10, DirectX 10.1
Max Monitors Supported 2
TV Interface HDTV output
Analogue Video Format S-Video, composite video
Digital Video Standard Digital Visual Interface (DVI), High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
HDCP compatible Yes
2 x DVI-I - 29 pin combined DVI
1 x HDTV output ( on supplied cable )
1 x VGA - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15) ( with adapter )
1 x S-video/composite output
1 x HDMI ( with adapter )
Compatible Slots 1 x PCI Express 2.0 x16
1 x DVI-VGA adapter
1 x video cable
Software Included Drivers & Utilities, Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts
Manufacturer Warranty Service & Support 3 years' warranty
Service & Support Details Limited warranty - 3 years
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#1
wowwww great price

scan price is £103.06 Inc VAT on pre order:thumbsup::thumbsup:
#2
bassethound2005
wowwww great price

scan price is £103.06 Inc VAT on pre order:thumbsup::thumbsup:


Yip, can't see it anywhere for under £100
#3
can this be powered with a ~300 watt dell vostro power supply??

yus786
#4
yus786
can this be powered with a ~300 watt dell vostro power supply??

yus786


Hard to say for sure and it will depend how many drives etc you already have connected.
It does have good performance to power but I think it would push the 300watt supply a bit much.
#5
3% quidco??
#6
saveuk
3% quidco??


thanks saveuk, updated post
#7
sillycib
Hard to say for sure and it will depend how many drives etc you already have connected.
It does have good performance to power but I think it would push the 300watt supply a bit much.


ahh, ive got 2 dual layer writers connected and a memory card reader

regards

yus
#8
Is it worth upgrading from a 7900GS 256mb to this card?

Mainy reason being i think the 7900gs maybe powered by gas judging by its temp compared to the rest of the case, possibly causes crashes who knows, but if theres a gonna be a noticeable performance increase then that'd be good to.

If not, what to upgrade to 3870? 9600, 8800?
#9
yus786
ahh, ive got 2 dual layer writers connected and a memory card reader

regards

yus


The writers don't draw much current when idle, I assume you also have 1 hdd as well.
Do you have an older graphics card in it?
Different drives and motherboards all draw different levels of current.
As the 3850 does have good power consumption and if it wont work then any graphics card upgrade will maybe cause you problems.
Assuming you can upgrade you're PSU then buying a 550 watt for about £25/30 (if required, you may be okay) would still work out cheaper than buying this or a comparable card anywhere else.
#10
dgreenaway
Is it worth upgrading from a 7900GS 256mb to this card?

Mainy reason being i think the 7900gs maybe powered by gas judging by its temp compared to the rest of the case, possibly causes crashes who knows, but if theres a gonna be a noticeable performance increase then that'd be good to.

If not, what to upgrade to 3870? 9600, 8800?


There's a good 3850 review here
http://www.custompc.co.uk/news/601641/ati-radeon-hd-3850---first-benchmarks.html

Asus specific review of the 3850 and 3870
http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=944&num=1

A PCPro lab here comparing current cards although you're 7900gs isnt included
http://www.pcpro.co.uk/labs/163/graphics-cards/products.html

This will run a lot cooler, as for performance, best to compare benchmarks.
#11
amazing price..
#12
yus786
can this be powered with a ~300 watt dell vostro power supply?

I’d have thought so as I have an over-clocked HD 3850 512MB and the whole system never reaches 200W even at full load. That’s 200W AC which is about 165W DC so 300W has a good headroom.
I’m using a 300W power supply and it doesn’t have a particularly strong 12V rail so unless you’re running a monster CPU you should be fine. What CPU do you have?
#13
Agharta
I’d have thought so as I have an over-clocked HD 3850 512MB and the whole system never reaches 200W even at full load. That’s 200W AC which is about 165W DC so 300W has a good headroom.
I’m using a 300W power supply and it doesn’t have a particularly strong 12V rail so unless you’re running a monster CPU you should be fine. What CPU do you have?


I have a 2.0ghz intel core duo or core 2 duo or something

Ive already got a gfx card in it but not sure if this one in the deal beats it by much, il post mine up in abit

Regards

Yus
#14
Can anyone find this offer on their site?
#15
I can't, not even out of stock, completely dissappeared.
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#16
http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/661204/art/powercolor/radeon-hd3850-pcs-512-mb.html

Is this it? (maybe the same but without the game?)

Is this the card of choice for someone with a 250W PSU?

Is there anything cheaper with a dvi port that will run games nicely? Not after anything amazing, just some good graphics for a 32" screen. Nothing too high res.

Also where's cheapest to get a dvi cable? ebay?

Thanks.

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