EVGA e-GeForce 8800 GT 512 MB DVI-I/HDTV PCI 2.0 @ Pixmania. Now half price, so £78 + delivery from £7.20. - HotUKDeals
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EVGA e-GeForce 8800 GT 512 MB DVI-I/HDTV PCI 2.0 @ Pixmania. Now half price, so £78.00 + delivery from £7.20.

£78.00 @ Pixmania
Graphics Processor NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT Processor Frequency 600 MHz Exchange Interface Memory/Processor 256-bit 1ms GDDR3 Bus PCI Express 2.0 Memory 512 MB DirectX 3D Hardware Full DirectX… Read More
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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
Graphics Processor NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT
Processor Frequency 600 MHz
Exchange Interface Memory/Processor 256-bit 1ms GDDR3
Bus PCI Express 2.0
Memory 512 MB
DirectX 3D Hardware Full DirectX 10
Shader Model 4.0
Memory Frequency 900 MHz
Effective 1800 MHz
OpenGL OpenGL 2.0
Outlets Dual DVI-I
S-video output
HDTV output

I need to upgrade to a PC with PCI-Expresssssssssss...

Anyone want to look for pricematching? It looks available.

By the way, Novatech - £127.96 (http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/specpage.html?EVG-88GT5)
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#1
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#2
Cheers, just a word of warning, when looking for reviews be careful of the EVGA 8800 GT KO which is better than this. Apparently it's a good card especially sub£100...
#3
Cheers for the post, but an additional tidbit of info is that the Nvidia 9800GTX are coming down in price to around £120 inthe next few days, if your prepared to wait and pay a little more, the performance gain is worth it :)
#4
Beserker;2488571
....is that the Nvidia 9800GTX are coming down in price to around £120 inthe next few days,:)


Has done already - 512MB Leadtek 9800 GTX high end graphics card £117.48
#5
well, at least you get a 10 year warranty with evga but what interests me is how much evga would charge for the step up program. usually 90 days after buying a card you can step up to a better one, dont know if this would work out cheaper?
quidco on pixmania too?
#6
you can get good AGP cards as well... agentjont.. But this is a goo dprice. voted HOT..

If you're interested you can get a ATI 3850 512MBDDr3 AGP card for 89.99 as well.. so all is not lost.
#7
unileeds;2490107
you can get good AGP cards as well... agentjont.. But this is a goo dprice. voted HOT..

If you're interested you can get a ATI 3850 512MBDDr3 AGP card for 89.99 as well.. so all is not lost.

512Mb ATi Radeon HD 3850 AGP Graphics Card Card £78.43 (inc.VAT) + cheapest P&P = £83.90 :thumbsup:
http://www.eclipsecomputers.com/product.aspx?code=GC-AR3850512
Nice price for EVGA e-GeForce 8800 GT 512 MB :)
#8
Ahh thanks for the heads up! I'm not that big on gaming so I'm not really as fussed as I sounded! I bought a Gainward 7600 GT at Xmas and its runs call of duty 4 quite moderately and that's all I care about for now!
#9
anyone know where to get a nvidia 8800 gtx at a bargain price?
thanx.
#10
this one?
#11
Has any one seen a graphics card with the new displayport replacement for the DVI port
Would be ideal match for the Dell 27" monitor
#12
Madbitster
Has any one seen a graphics card with the new displayport replacement for the DVI port
Would be ideal match for the Dell 27" monitor


The latest reference design 4850, 4870 from ATI and GTX260, GTX280 from Nvidia do not have them. However, wait until somewhere nearer the end of the year and one of the board partners may add Displayport as a minor revision. Something similar happened with HDMI with it being added to a very select few midrange cards during the 3850/3870 and the late Nvidia 8 series.
#13
hereafter
anyone know where to get a nvidia 8800 gtx at a bargain price?
thanx.


flea bay

Alternatively I am considering selling my PC and 30" dell or part exchanging for a laptop. Would be looking for about £700 total, which would inc the dell 30", 8800gtx, c2d @ 3ghz, 4 gigs ram, good mobo, ect ect.

If interested PM me.
#14
Cuddy
The latest reference design 4850, 4870 from ATI and GTX260, GTX280 from Nvidia do not have them. However, wait until somewhere nearer the end of the year and one of the board partners may add Displayport as a minor revision. Something similar happened with HDMI with it being added to a very select few midrange cards during the 3850/3870 and the late Nvidia 8 series.


Thanks for the info
#15
cells
f Would be looking for about £700 total, which would inc the dell 30", 8800gtx, c2d @ 3ghz, 4 gigs ram, good mobo, ect ect.


I'd pay £700 for the monitor, gfx and ram alone. Just a shame I'm not in the market for an upgrade from my current Q6600 based rig, and plus I probably live absolutely nowhere near you either :-(
#16
Is there any way to turn of the Zen Engagement???
#17
Never mind got it sorted, the superclocked edition is same price btw.
#18
What are pixmania like to buy from?
I've heard a lot of horror stories about their lack of customer services and how the GB rules dont apply to them.

Are these guys safe?
#19
In response to the above question, we had a bad experience with pixmania when we returned our dvd recorder as it arrived damaged, I was told to send it via special delivery which I did, I paid £18.50 which they said they would refund, they were contradicting themselves each time I phoned, I paid my local newsagents to fax the photo copy of the receipt, they then said I could e-mail it as they didn`t get the fax. They are based in France so no luck when phoning their expensive number either. All our e-mails have been ignored, given up now after reading other complaints. Buy with caution. :x Hope you have better luck :)
#20
Yeah.. well they are alright if you buy and dont need to return... two of us both different cameras from them. My friends was alright, and he swears by Pixmania, and mine had to go back.. they refused to speak to me, and one of their customer agents told me I can forget about getting a refund, and that the only was I would get it was if I spoke to my credit card company. So I did, and got a refund via Mastcard next day. SO make sure you buy using a credit card and hope it truns out OK :)..

But this a personal expereince.. and many people have had no problem with them.. so.. Its a hot deal anyway
#21
surely if you register the card with evga then you would not need pixmania for you RMA, just the proof of purchase? so pixmania's after sales service should not matter?
#22
Would I notice a big difference in upgrading to two of these, SLi Ready, in place of my single Asus PCI-en7900gs which I have at the moment, 'cause it's struggling a bit with Bioshock??? I do need to upgrade and just wondered if this might be worthwhile???:thinking:
#23
I have a 7900GS also (and a [email protected]).

You would definitely notice a big improvement if you upgraded from 7900GS to 8800GT.
If you upgraded to 7900GS to 2 x 8800GS (SLI), then the difference should be serious.

From my calculations, when studying benchmarks, to compare the 8800GT performance, as the 7900GS is so old it doesnt appear on many charts. But I have found that the 7900GS is similar in performance to the 8600GT. Hence, if you want to see the performance gain look for the 8600GT vs 8800GT benchmarks.

TBH, I tend to stay away from SLI or Crossfire, as apparently there is some noticable stutter that benchmarks dont show. That and also the higher power requirements make SLI or Crossfire, not worthwhile.

If you have £180 to spend (as you seem to do), just get the ATI 4870. Its a single card solution and is one of the quickest cards out there. You will avoid the any problems that SLI/Crossfire brings.

PS. What CPU do you have, as that may give you a bottleneck and what resolution do you intend to run your game on?
#24
Hi

My CPU is an Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU 6600 @ 2.40GHz with 2 GB memory... had it over a year now...

Spending £180 may be a bit OTT if the wife finds out so I may go with just the one 8800GT if it will make a noticeable difference to my performance... or something just a little more expensive if I can find it...

Thanks for your advice...

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