MSI GTX 560 TWIN FROZR II 1GB GDDR5 Dual DVI HDMI Out PCI-E Graphics Card - £183.99 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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One of the best 560 Ti cards around and by far the best price i have seen.

Add in Free Delivery and you have yourself a Hot UK Deal.

In stock at Ebuyer for £183.99
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#1
please add Ti, price, and shop name to title
#2
Ok i will give you the 'Ti' but it says "£183.99 @ Ebuyer" in the title.
#3
that's because someone added that for u :)
#4
this should be HOT! best value for money card now @ best price from good seller!
#5
I had to sign up to point out an issue with this offer - no disrespect to the OP.

This is not the OC (overclocked) version of the Twin Frozr GTX 560ti. The OC version has been available on Scan.co.uk for £180 a number of times - as one of their 'Today Only' deals.
#6
Is that right Fnz, I hadn't seem it that cheap on Scan. Last time i looked they were asking £217 for them but they are down to £199 today.

I know its not the OC version but anyone with enough knowledge to by Twin Frozr will know how to overclock their own card i would hope.
#7
Heya pjl321. I heard actually about the Scan offer on Hotukdeals, here's the thread: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/msi-560-ti-twin-frozr-ii-oc-edition-179-99-today-only-scan/906828

If you're willing to buy and overclock the standard Twin Frozr, make sure that it uses the same quality components as the pre-overclocked (OC) version, otherwise this deal becomes much less attractive.
#8
I think the problems in Japan has and will have a big impact on PC prices. Lets hope its not going too much of an impact.
#9
http://i251.photobucket.com/albums/gg283/bladecash/HUKD/Untitled.jpg

was thinking of going for 6870 or 6850 as they are the best bank for buck from above diagram?? But now the prices are dropping I'll go for the 6950.

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Does any1 know where I an see a table that details;

1) GPU Manufacturer,
2) UK RMA or Europe RMA or Worldwide RMA
3) lenght of warranty (1 yr, 2 yrs etc)

Don't really wanna send my GPU far away for repair. Thanks
banned#10
Surely the best bang for buck is the GTX 480 right now. Can be had for just £10 more then this and is leagues better.

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