Inno3D 8800GT (G92) 512MB 256bit GDDR3 Dual DVI HDTVOut PCI-E Graphics card - HotUKDeals
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256-bit GeForce 8800 GT (600MHz clock)
512MB 256-bit GDDR3 Memory (1800MHz Effective)
256bit memory bus
112 Stream Processors
PCI-Express compliant
Dual DVI Connectors
57.6GB per second memory bandwidth
Full DX10 support
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#1
Unless you need to run a large monitor, you'd be better off going for a 256MB card

such as http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=708007
which is £117.36, and recommended by custompc magazine (it's out of stock at the mo' however)
#2
Saves £14 pounds against similar competitors and includes free delivery. Voted hot :)
#3
cleudo
Unless you need to run a large monitor, you'd be better off going for a 256MB card

such as http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=708007
which is £117.36, and recommended by custompc magazine (it's out of stock at the mo' however)


Whilst it won't interest anyone who is a fan of Nvidia, the recommendations here http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/GeForce-8800-GT-256,review-29841-14.html advised against buying the 256mb version of 8800gt. They felt that looking at bang per buck, the ATI/AMD 3850 and 3870 were better options.

However, they maintain that if you can afford it, the 512mb 8800GT has the most power. So, for the posted deal - HOT!:thumbsup:
#4
Games like World in Conflict & Crysis etc need 512MB for high settings even at 1280x1024 so this 512MB version is the one to go for..!
#5
wizball
Whilst it won't interest anyone who is a fan of Nvidia, the recommendations here http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/GeForce-8800-GT-256,review-29841-14.html advised against buying the 256mb version of 8800gt. They felt that looking at bang per buck, the ATI/AMD 3850 and 3870 were better options.

However, they maintain that if you can afford it, the 512mb 8800GT has the most power. So, for the posted deal - HOT!:thumbsup:


I have a 256MB card and wish I'd bought a 512MB one, or the 640MB one...
#6
yeah, 512mb is the way to go!
#7
Flux101
I have a 256MB card and wish I'd bought a 512MB one, or the 640MB one...


I am still getting by on a 7600gt, but the most demanding thing I run is probably Star Wars Lego!:-D
#8
its def worth the extra 20 odd quid to go for the 512mb card - 99% of ppl buying this will be for gaming and most recent games will benefit from the extra memory and for the small increase in price your future proofing yourself - large monitors are cheap as cheap these days so dont limit yourself to lower resolutions by buying a 256 one. Just my thoughts . . .
#9
Flux101
I have a 256MB card and wish I'd bought a 512MB one, or the 640MB one...



wanna sell me your 256 to fund a 512 ??
#10
i know i'm living the dark ages but can anyone recommend a good PCI (not PCI-e) card...or got a good old one to sell me?
#11
Chumpylumpynumpy
i know i'm living the dark ages but can anyone recommend a good PCI (not PCI-e) card...or got a good old one to sell me?


depends what u want to do with it
#12
The 256mb versions are a waste in the long run...
#13
i would get the gainward one from play as it has a dual slot cooler
and is only £147 incl del
if you use one of the many 5 percent codes going around

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/3595354/Gainward-Bliss-Geforce-8800GT-512MB-DDR3-PCI-Express-x16-Graphics-Card/Product.html
#14
If it's any use (which it probably isn't, lol) I have a Raeon X850 256mb Vid card that I would sell if anyone is interested?
(Mods: sorry not in correct place, but thought it relevant to post here, within the subject of this thread.).

Cheers.
#15
cleudo
Unless you need to run a large monitor, you'd be better off going for a 256MB card

such as http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=708007
which is £117.36, and recommended by custompc magazine (it's out of stock at the mo' however)



I must say that i totally disagree with that comment, many modern games require 512MB of graphics memory to run smoothly at anything above 800*600. I'de guess the large majority of people are running a 17" monitor nowadays, would be buying an 8800GT for gaming, will need the 512MB. In truth the 256MB 8800GT is somewhat of a waste, It doesnt have the memory to keep up with its immence computing power.

Voted hot (although personally not a fan of inno3d) as good price for a good card
#16
Always go for a 512mb card.

This one will play basically anything (except maybe Crysis) and is a very good price :thumbsup:
#17
I gave up graphics card upgrading when i got my 360 ...
Too expensive for me to keep up :(
PC graphics were way better back in the days of PS2, but nowadays with 42" Hi Def gaming on consoles, does the difference still justify £150+ each time a card gets upgraded every 1.5 years ?
#18
you should go for the 512mb version. There are other differences too. sorry that i dont have them to hand, but check out the reviews.

My zotac amp 512mb 8800gt (overcloked 8800gt) runs Crysis fine.
#19
To the person wanting a old PCI (not Pci-e) card.

Don't expect to play any new games, but if your PC is only running PCI Cards, you'll already now that!

This is the cheapest Nvidia 6200 card I found (probably as fast as you'll get for games)
Be aware, I had a Nvidia 5200 PCI card, it was no where near as fast as the AGP version
http://www.cclonline.com/product-categories.asp?category_id=127

http://www.ebuyer.com/search/?strSearch=&bolShowAll=true&intStoreID=2&intCatID=215&intSubcatUID=1982&bolShowAll=true
http://www.ebuyer.com/search/?strSearch=&bolShowAll=true&intStoreID=2&intCatID=48&intSubcatUID=707&bolShowAll=true
http://www.microdirect.co.uk/productlister.aspx?n=2,12,57&n=693
http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Products.ASP?CatID=15&Category=Graphics+Cards&Thumbnails=yes

Or try Ebay.
#20
k9plus1
I gave up graphics card upgrading when i got my 360 ...
Too expensive for me to keep up :(
PC graphics were way better back in the days of PS2, but nowadays with 42" Hi Def gaming on consoles, does the difference still justify £150+ each time a card gets upgraded every 1.5 years ?


every 6 months i think you mean ;)
#21
Word of warning...
I bought the INNO3D 8800GT. I found that it had stability problems playing games like crysis. I discovered that this was because the card temperature was in the high 90's under load, and it idled at about 65 degrees. I have a well ventilated case too (Antec p180).
After some research, I found that this was not uncommon. I bought a thermalwright ( HR-03-GT )cooler to replace the tiny one that comes on the card. I found my system became very stable, with a maximum load temp. of about 65 degrees !
I was even able to overclock the card to 700/1000 (core/mem) and it was still cool (70max) & stable, and it gave me 3d06 score on par/better than an 8800gtx !! (13000ish)
Don't get me wrong, its a great card, will take anything I throw at it, but after adding a cooler, its not far of one of the new 512MB 8800GTS cards, which is faster.

Good price for the card tho, so voted hot!
#22
I've got this exact model of card (Inno3d 8800GT 512MB) and it's a killer card. I got it on day of release and luckily at the time ebuyer had it for slightly cheaper. I'm running Crysis at high quality and I've yet to have a single issue with it.

Still the best bang for buck card out there. You get 8800GTX performance for £144. You can't go wrong
#23
Excellent deal - although for those looking for silence check out the Gigabyte, Palit, or the MSI versions with larger 3rd party coolers.
#24
I agree totally with you on this. I used to be a manic PC up grader. I remember replacing my whole PC with the latest everything just to play the original Half Life at full whack, then again for the next blockbuster. Then one day I looked at my order history on Ebuyer (whatever you do don't do this if your a PC gamer) and it was something crazy like £6K on parts in 4 years!!! I nearly died!

So I thought stuff this and bought a 360 and to be honest I've not missed it one bit. Halo 3 and Call of Duty 4 keep my online side happy and then you have superb games like Mass Effect and Gears of War for everything else. With the list of game growing faster than you can play them it's all good :o)

Cheers

Dave


k9plus1
I gave up graphics card upgrading when i got my 360 ...
Too expensive for me to keep up :(
PC graphics were way better back in the days of PS2, but nowadays with 42" Hi Def gaming on consoles, does the difference still justify £150+ each time a card gets upgraded every 1.5 years ?
#25
i'm glad i'm not alone on this .. i thought it was just me.
#26
given my history with inno3d in the past few years where both cards from them ti4200 and a 6800gt died just out of warranty. And the tendency of graphics cards to generally implode on themselves.

Id recomend spenidng a bit more to get an EVGA or BFG card as they have ten year/lifetime warranties
#27
Very hot deal! Will think about this when I build new PC
#28
512MB version is always the one to go but if you really can't afford the extra 30quids, make sure you get a "fast" 256MB version, which has memory run at 1800MHz.

MSI 8800gt 256MB is an example. It runs at 660MHz (Core speed) and memory at 1800MHz.
Here are two reviews (in Chinese):
http://www.hkepc.com/?id=592&fs=sbar
http://forum.coolaler.com/showthread.php?t=171615

You would find that they perform almost the same in low-mid resolution and around 5-10% differnece at high resolution (1920x1280 without AA). You usually don't need AA enable at high resolution.

and... beware those 8800gt on ebay... a lot of them are sold at +VAT.
#29
I have the BFG 8800GT OC2 and its awesome.
Gears of War at a constant 60 fps niiice!
Crysis does still have a bit of slowdown but I think its just not made well.
#30
I have the Leadtek 8800GT 256mb version and have to say it's a great card. I have it running stable @ 700mhz GPU, 1700mhz shader clock and 2100mhz memory.

I run COD4 and NFS Street Pro running @ 1680 x 1050 with everything set as high as possible and it is super smooth. I got the Leadtek card for £125 delivered from Scan.

Voted this deal hot though as it is a good price for a 512mb card !
#31
Just bought the Gainward Bliss Geforce 8800GT / 512MB DDR3 (RRP: 209.99) with Two slot cooling for £147.24 (Using a 5% discount code) from Play.com, plus I should be getting 4 % quidco making the total cost to £140.28.

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/3595354/Gainward-Bliss-Geforce-8800GT-512MB-DDR3-PCI-Express-x16-Graphics-Card/Product.html

This card is a much better brand than the Inno3D plus it has two slot cooling and its cheaper.
Definitely recommended :thumbsup:
#32
k9plus1
I gave up graphics card upgrading when i got my 360 ...
Too expensive for me to keep up :(
PC graphics were way better back in the days of PS2, but nowadays with 42" Hi Def gaming on consoles, does the difference still justify £150+ each time a card gets upgraded every 1.5 years ?


The difference is that pc games has higher resolution. xbox 360 for example Halo 3 is only 640p and call of duty 4 is 600p. Also online play is free :thumbsup:
#33
pritesh_karia
Just bought the Gainward Bliss Geforce 8800GT / 512MB DDR3 (RRP: 209.99) with Two slot cooling for £147.24 (Using a 5% discount code) from Play.com, plus I should be getting 4 % quidco making the total cost to £140.28.

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/3595354/Gainward-Bliss-Geforce-8800GT-512MB-DDR3-PCI-Express-x16-Graphics-Card/Product.html

This card is a much better brand than the Inno3D plus it has two slot cooling and its cheaper.
Definitely recommended :thumbsup:


Very hot deal there, but holding out for the nivida 9800gt. Which should see price drop of the 8800gt in a month or two:whistling:
#34
Does anyone have a 5% discount code for Play.com ? I've looked everywhere!

Thanks
#35
This might be a daft question, but will any/all of the cards mentioned in this thread play nicely with the nVidia 8800 GTX......

I have recently purchased a refurbished Dell XPS 720 and my old multihead graphics card wasnt compatible with the new machine running Vista Ultimate....however, whilst I am now running 3 screen and possiibly soon to be 4, I am thinking that either of the cards mentioned in this thread would do me nicely....any comments suggestions would be welcomed.

I just dont want to buy sopmething that is going to be buggy and cause crashes...its not really to play games, I have a 360/PS3/Wii for that....but I like everything to run fast and smooth and to get the full benefit out of the machine.

Appreciate all of you comments...thanks in advance


Jon
#36
Good find, crackin price for this 512mb 8800GT, i bought mine from ebuyer recently and inno has been a good manufacturer for me :D voted hot!
#37
The main reason to choose a card with more memory is so that you can use higher texture settings, which will make your games 'prettier'. Examples of this from Company of Heroes, from Gamespot: http://uk.gamespot.com/features/6158594/p-3.html (move your mouse over the pics to see the difference after they have loaded).
#38
Anyone played MS FSX at high spec on one of these 8800GTs. I want to be able to have great fun playing the simulator...my AGP Ati X850 wasn't up to the job @ 1600 x 1200 120mhz refresh.
I haven't seen any reviews on MS FSX on a high spec card....this "game" is hugely resouceful.
Any comments gang?
#39
Been looking for a decnt 8600GT card for the past couple of days for my son. anyone recommend a make for around £60?
#40
For £60 I would be looking at picking up a second hand X1950XT (might have to stretch nearer £70 though).

Much more bang for your buck.

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