EVGA 8800GTS Graphics Card £170.37 from BT Shop - HotUKDeals
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Here is (what I consider) a great price for a top brand high-end graphics card. EVGA offer a 10 year no quibble warrenty on all of there products. They are also highly respected for Customer Service.

You can also get the Superclocked version for £8 extra on the same site.
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#1
Not a bad price,
they are also the same on dabs.com
http://www.dabs.com/productview.aspx?Quicklinx=4FNQ&SearchType=1&SearchTerms=EVGA+GeForce+8800GTS&PageMode=3&SearchKey=All&SearchMode=All&NavigationKey=0

This is probably because BT now own Dabs, so if you have any dabs vouchers to use, you may get a little more off the already good price.
:giggle:
#2
i rather a 2900 pro,cheaper and on a par with above
#3
The stock ive seen of the 2900 pro are about the same price
#4
welsh andy
i rather a 2900 pro,cheaper and on a par with above
The 2900Pro is a little faster in most games but it is much noisier, consumes more power and produces a lot of heat. For me, the GTS is the better compronise, but if you have a high res display (eg 1600x1200) and quietness is not a requirement the 2900Pro may be better.

Why -29degrees when it is the Cheapest 8800GTS on the net - and it's a great make with a 10 year warranty? Must be ATI fanboys/girls voting:). Please post a better deal to warrent cold feedback - don't hide.
#5
Orville
The 2900Pro is a little faster in most games but it is much noisier, consumes more power and produces a lot of heat. For me, the GTS is the better compronis,e but if you have a high res display (eg 1600x1200) a 2900Pro may be better.


yeah, although im not sure my dell vostro 200 will allow me to fit a 2900pro(, but will it allow me a 8800gts?
as rumors abound that this card will get a price cut shortly
btw i didnt vote cold

update u need a 450watt PS minimum for a 8800gts according 2 what read.,thats me ******ed vostro only has a 300
#6
firstly EVGA are the best graphics brand there is.

secondly they offer a step up program where within 3 months you can trade your graphics card in at the price you paid for it towards a higher model.
#7
Here is a review of the 2900 vs 8800. To sumerise:-
*In DX9 the 2900 is generally faster once resolution goes above 1280x1024.
*In DX10 the 8800 is generally faster.
*2900 is approx 5x louder than 8800 (7db difference).
*2900 uses 25W more power under load and requires 2 PCI power connectors
*8800 can suffer memory limitations at higher resolutions and settings
*8800 produces less heat.
*2900 performance suffers majorly when AA is turned on
#8
The 2900Pro can be flashed to the 2900XT, so if you're brave enough the Pro works out better.
#9
Orville
Must be ATI fanboys/girls voting:). Please post a better deal to warrent cold feedback - don't hide.


If you pay £170 for a circuit board and a few chips, that equals MUG in my book:thumbsup: :giggle:
1 Like #10
NintendoSensei
The 2900Pro can be flashed to the 2900XT, so if you're brave enough the Pro works out better.
..and the 8800 can be overclocked by a similar ammount. Both overclock by great.

Shengis
If you pay £170 for a circuit board and a few chips, that equals MUG in my book
I spend much more on beer and junk food. Others spend 2k per year on fags. Each to his own.
#11
I bought the superclocked version a few weeks ago for £197 inc vat, so to get it for £178 seems like a great deal.
Personally I've used both ati and nvidia cards but I prefer the nvidia cards and drivers because you can access advanced options like custom resolutions, overclocking, custom refresh rates etc using standard nvidia tools rather than installing some 3rd party app for ati cards.
#12
Orville
I spend much more on beer and junk food. Others spend 2k per year on fags. Each to his own.


Fair play. Repped:thumbsup:
#13
Voted hot. Best price I've seen for an 8800GTS! (apart from the £149 one I bought from Dabs returned stock :)
#14
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/125114

This is cheaper, not voted hot or cold, but certainly not a HUKD. Everybody will have an opinion on brands, price etc....
#15
i may go for this as just did a wattage calc and it comes out under 300watts at 100% load,im only 306watts for a 8800gtx:giggle:
voted hot:thumbsup:
#16
yorkie
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/125114

This is cheaper, not voted hot or cold, but certainly not a HUKD. Everybody will have an opinion on brands, price etc....

None in stock though so that don't count.
#17
I really don't understand some of you. Video cards, CPU's, technology in general will always get better and cheaper. At the moment this is the cheapest 8800GTS available, it is a great make and it is in stock.

I could understand the deal being cold if there were better deals CURRENTLY available but there are not. I won't bother posting any more deals.

The above 8800GT will be SLOWER than the GTS. It site BETWEEN an 8600GTS (which has half the power of an 8800) and an 8800GTS.
#18
Orville
I really don't understand some of you. Video cards, CPU's, technology in general will always get better and cheaper. At the moment this is the cheapest 8800GTS available, it is a great make and it is in stock.

I could understand the deal being cold if there were better deals CURRENTLY available but there are not. I won't bother posting any more deals.

The above 8800GT will be SLOWER than the GTS. It site BETWEEN an 8600GTS (which has half the power of an 8800) and an 8800GTS.


Indeed, the ATI 2950 MAY be a better option when it comes out but to be honest there's always a better option around the corner anyway
#19
Radeon HD 2950 Pro Coming Soon @ http://news.softpedia.com/news/Radeon-HD-2950-Pro-Coming-Soon-67450.shtml
For those of you who can wait a few more weeks (to be released in Nov 2007)! :thumbsup:

Voted + btw.
#20
Does anyone else apart form overclockers have the 2900 Pro in stock at the moment?
#21
Filo25
Does anyone else apart form overclockers have the 2900 Pro in stock at the moment?


Scan has it for less money (£164.49):
http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=672339
#22
alien7


Nice one, thanks for that, I'm not sure if I'll upgrade at the moment but I am thinking about it :thumbsup:
#23
This EVGA model is a good card, voted hot cause the price is good

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