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Well stock last (they keep adding to the coutdown)

good graphic card!!! :)
It has a very good price preformance ratio....

Cheap :) normally 112 to 120£
It has an even better price preformance ratio....

bad shop :( (unless you understand French)

Check out Summoner post for details you know the technical stuff

SUMMONER: 2.17£ quidco
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Review: LegitReviews, Motherboards.org, Benchmark Reviews,

Manufacturer's specification page

Basic Graphics Card Hierarchy Chart.

Pros
- Top edition means the card is factory overclocked
- excellent direct contact heat pipe cooler
- near silent fan
- 3 year replacement warranty (good luck with that, because it is return to Pixmania)

Cons:
- only 768MB texture memory could limit the card in future games or full HD resolutions
- 192-bit memory interface VS full 256bit on the £150 cards

http://www.legitreviews.com/images/reviews/1369/asus_gtx460.jpg
http://www.legitreviews.com/images/reviews/1369/asus_gtx460_hsf.jpg
http://uk.asus.com/websites/Global/products/kDBMQo8MICJfpxEF/bBEeukxbHGzGmJiL_500.jpg






Edited By: SUMMONER on Mar 26, 2011 21:28: ..
#2
cheers
it expires noon tomorow
#3
Bad shop? How about terrible, opportunistic bunch of rip off merchants!

Ordered one, to replace my old 9600GSO (also an overclocked Asus Top model).

Thanks!



Edited By: SUMMONER on Mar 26, 2011 20:54
#4
Seems like a good price . I almost went for the msi 1gb version on scan but was worried about some poor reviews of msi .
Anyone have experience with this card?
it would still be a big upgrade on the card i have but should i hold of for a 1gb card or will 768mb be fine? i can't see any reviews of the 768mb only the gb version.
#5
TheFatCat
...i can't see any reviews of the 768mb only the gb version.

Keep the search more general and you will get loads of people asking the same question. link

If you want to play at 1080p then you will probably want all the texture memory you can lay your hands on. But if you can't/don't want to spend £150, then this probably as good as it gets.

I paid £50 for my 9600GSO Top, which plays Modern Warfare 2 maxed out at 1080p, no problem. Can't believe I just spent £100 on a video card.



Edited By: SUMMONER on Mar 26, 2011 21:46: ..
#6
pros and cons... try this
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/768mb-asus-gtx-460-top-3680mhz-gddr/763104/#post9440749
lol wont answer your question but was a good deal, when i was cheking think this was the better price to performance ratio but if you have 20£ more go for 1gb version

summoner thanks for the info would of done it but got too much work, just a question:
if there terrible why buy from them, your worrying me just ordered one lol thought they were bad and apparently lots of complaints of manuals.. beeing in french, but not terrible.
#7
johnjoedb
...just a question:
if there terrible why buy from them, your worrying me just ordered one lol thought they were bad and apparently lots of complaints of manuals.. beeing in french, but not terrible.

After sales is terrible and then there is that nonsense they add to your shopping basket automatically. They are just not a very customer focused company.

I bought my Viewsonic 22" monitor from them, it was an absolute steal. Luckily I don't have to talk them if something goes wrong with that.

Edited By: SUMMONER on Mar 26, 2011 21:15
#8
johnjoedb
..your worrying me just ordered one

Is this your 2nd one!? Please post some 3D Mark 06 and 3D Mark 11 benchmarks, before and after the upgrade!!!!!!!



Edited By: SUMMONER on Mar 26, 2011 21:29
#9
+ £2.17 Quidco cashback (mine just tracked)

Edited By: SUMMONER on Mar 26, 2011 21:33
#10
After sales with this will be with asus right? yes scan is much better and there instalation waranty costs next to nothing. sorry for making you spend 100£ :) happy gaming
#11
johnjoedb
After sales with this will be with asus right? yes scan is much better and there instalation waranty costs next to nothing. sorry for making you spend 100£ :) happy gaming

Asus motherboards have to be send back to the point of purchase, hence I am assuming it's the same for video cards.

Yeah thanks, I can't wait for the other half to discover my purchase.

Edited By: SUMMONER on Mar 26, 2011 21:43
#12
Pixmania - I would never touch them again. Two orders which were never delivered. Seems to me they offer phantom goods to get you on their mailing list. Then again, what do you expect from a DSG company.
#13
Yes summoner its my second one got a sli mobo

Will post some benchmarks before and after dont know how to do it yet do will have to use google..

i terms of games to bencmark on i think i have mass effect 2 as most recent games... but will have to go over the list in see which one is the most system hungry..

Also only got a 1600*900 monitor that upgrade isn't coming any time soon
#14
SUMMONER

If you want to play at 1080p then you will probably want all the texture memory you can lay your hands on.


I game using this card on a 40' samsung and it handles HD no problem at all!
#15
pimpMe
SUMMONER

If you want to play at 1080p then you will probably want all the texture memory you can lay your hands on.


I game using this card on a 40' samsung and it handles HD no problem at all!

My 2year old overlocked 9600GSO can handle Full HD in many games too, but that will drastically change with the release of new game titles over the coming months.
#16
cold get the 5850 1gb which have been floating around £110 lately.

Edited By: C64 on Mar 27, 2011 19:22
#17
C64
cold get the 5850 1gb which have been floating around £110 lately.


link?
#18
other than from pixmania, looks good..
#19
toonarmani
C64
cold get the 5850 1gb which have been floating around £110 lately.


link?


It's on pre-order over at Over********. (_;)



Edited By: kinetic on Mar 27, 2011 19:59
#20
acording to benchmark the asus gtx460 being overclocked is equivelent to a 5850 so it depends wither you want to play 14£ more to go from 768mb to 1gb which isn't that important unless your gamming on a extra high resolution but then i donl't realy understand
besides nvidea had stereosopic 3d vision for 5£ you can get red blue glasses and experience 3d in loads of games
#21
I just got a new GPU 2 days ago :(
#22
TheFatCat
Seems like a good price . I almost went for the msi 1gb version on scan but was worried about some poor reviews of msi .
Anyone have experience with this card?
it would still be a big upgrade on the card i have but should i hold of for a 1gb card or will 768mb be fine? i can't see any reviews of the 768mb only the gb version.
I haven't had one of these specific cards, but I've had an MSI graphics card before and it was terrible. Would freeze/crash fairly frequently from the start and eventually broke down altogether after about 6 months. Had it replaced under warranty (with the next model up, so win!), but have never trusted them since and now avoid MSI. My last 3 graphics cards have been Asus (and my last 2 motherboards also Asus) and I can't fault them. Always good quality, fast and reliable. I'm currently looking at upgrading and may well go for this one, or a 1gb Asus card.


johnjoedb
besides nvidea had stereosopic 3d vision for 5£ you can get red blue glasses and experience 3d in loads of games
Not quite sure where you got that from, but nVidia's 3D Vision does not use red and blue glasses. They use active 3D glasses, which actually have LCD lenses that flicker on and off over alternate eyes. This is probably the worst form of 3D because a) the glasses are expensive (no way will you get them for £5, more like £100), b) the glasses need to be powered (the nVidia ones can be USB charged and last a fair while, but still, who wants to recharge their glasses?!), c) it halves your framerate - if your monitor is 60hz you're only seeing 30fps, 120hz will give you 60fps, so d) it's only compatible with certain monitors, and don't forget e) this on/off flickering over your eyes is likely to cause headaches. Do they also do a red/blue glasses 3D? If so, it's not the one they're pimping all over their website.
I do tend to go for nVidia over ATI, but their 3D is really not a very good selling point. However, I do love the CUDA technology. It makes my video editing so much smoother.


Edited By: reddragon105 on Mar 27, 2011 23:32
#23
yes!!! they though a red blue 3d called 3d discovery... its good but hurts eyes after an hour which is a good way of controlling your game time, well at least for me it is ... I have had this card for almost a year now and its great upgrading to sli now these cards are meant to be sick in sli configuration!
#24
johnjoedb
yes!!! they though a red blue 3d called 3d discovery... its good but hurts eyes after an hour which is a good way of controlling your game time, well at least for me it is ... I have had this card for almost a year now and its great upgrading to sli now these cards are meant to be sick in sli configuration!
Oh, I see. I've never seen it advertised but I've found some info on it now that I've Googled. I bet they don't want to advertise it as much as Vision because they want people to pay £90 for the glasses!
#25
Sold out.

http://pan.fotovista.com/dev/gui_web/grafx/multipays/404.jpg
#26
==> 29-03-2011 22:17:00 GB Parcel sorted at sorting center

Woohooo it has arrived in the UK!

This one is coming by Belgian Post, unlike my last order that shipped from France via DHL.

I will have to cancel all my appointments tomorrow afternoon, so I can play....err......test my new purchase.


Edited By: SUMMONER on Mar 30, 2011 02:21: spllelling

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