Gainward Geforce GTX 260 896MB PCI-Express GDDR3 HDMI DVI 133.39@ microdirect - HotUKDeals
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Connectivity
VGA (D-Sub) ports quantity 1
DVI-I ports quantity 1
DVI port 1
HDMI ports quantity 1
Display
Maximum resolution 2560 x 1600 pixels
Energy management
Minimum system power supply 500 W
Graphics Card
Interface Type PCI Express 2.0 x16
Memory
Memory bandwidth (max) 111.9 GB/s
Graphics adapter memory type GDDR3
Memory bus 448 bit
Memory 896 MB
Memory clock speed 1100 MHz
Processor
Processor clock speed 625 MHz
Graphics adapter RAMDAC 400 MHz
Graphics Processor GeForce GTX 260
System requirements
Minimum RAM 2048 MB
Mac compatibility N
Compatible operating systems Windows Vista/XP/2000
Technical details
HDCP Y
Parallel processing technology support SLI
Cooling type Active
Chipset NVIDIA
Video
OpenGL version 3.0
Shader model version 4.0
CUDA Y
Graphics Family GeForce 200 Series
Dual DVI Y
Video compression formats H.264, VC-1, WMV, MPEG-2
DirectX version 10
PhysX Y
HDMI Y

One of the best Gaming cards and now are getting very rare too :) Get one while you can
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#1
ok, i have one, and i'm a fan, but the ati 57XX stomps all over it, and even so , this is expensive for this card.
regularly <120 now these.

cold
#2
niceguyrichy
ok, i have one, and i'm a fan, but the ati 57XX stomps all over it, and even so , this is expensive for this card.
regularly <120 now these.

cold



Yeah the 57xx are so bloody costly and show me this card for £120 if in stock as well
#3
Read custom p.c/ pf formatt DX11 is not that good yet and even some games are loosing 40fps to xp with DX9

So you a paying more money for a 57XX and only getting 4850 speeds but loosing out on FPS as well what a waste
#4
bashy2002
Yeah the 57xx are so bloody costly and show me this card for £120 if in stock as well


well ok, how does 105 delivered sound here? ;-)
#5
Its £138 with postage and you can buy a GTX260 from £120 delivered at Ebuyer so cold for me.
#6
Nice price but getting really bad reveiws and like i said the older DX10 cards for around the same money are much better
#7
Agharta
Its £138 with postage and you can buy a GTX260 from £120 delivered at Ebuyer so cold for me.


That is a good price :)
#8
bashy2002
Nice price but getting really bad reveiws and like i said the older DX10 cards for around the same money are much better


LOL bad reviews from where??? 'nvidiafanboys.net' ??? ROFL :roll:

clearly you don't have a god-damn clue..
#9
niceguyrichy
LOL bad reviews from where??? 'nvidiafanboys.net' ??? ROFL :roll:

clearly you don't have a god-damn clue..


lol i dont, read up and look in threads on people who do then.

Try custom P.C., PCFormat etc the forums etc there just not that good on the mid range cards as yet unless you pay over 300 pounds for 58xx
Yes DX11 does look a little better but Dirt 2 lost 40fps with a DX11 card compared to XP with DX9 using an older DX10 card costing about the same
#10
The 5770 is almost 60W better at full load and only requires a single 6-Pin connector plus the card is about 48mm shorter. A false economy to buy older less efficient tech imo.

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