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This is the cheapest i have found, overclockers.co.uk and scan.co.uk are charging £175+

This card is about 5% slower than the £290+ 8800GTX, it was released today, for more info: http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?t=17796575
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#1
Warm deal coz its cheaper than anywhere else at the moment...however, i'd expect the price to drop in the next few days...

Also, I think this along with the release of the new ATI cards will mean further drops for the other cards on the market....So, it might be worth waiting a short while to see what happens....otherwise, pretty decent price...
suspended#2
its the cheapest price available that i know of, thats when ppl vote hot, not warm! most other sites are charging £177 so this should definately be hot. Cant see any going below £155 within the next 4 weeks.
#3
Good thing i can't afford it for another 4 weeks then! Good deal though, voted hot.
#4
Voted Hot, as I can't find one cheaper.
#5
hajj_3
its the cheapest price available that i know of, thats when ppl vote hot, not warm! most other sites are charging £177 so this should definately be hot. Cant see any going below £155 within the next 4 weeks.



If its only just come out....it would be wise to wait a ver short while before ....the supplies increase.....bringin prices lower....plus demand can be higher when a product just arrives.....I suspect the prices elsewhere will fall to match this price.........So having said that..... This is a good deal...HOT.....for now.....but WARM in the context of a 1-2 weeks...(I think)
#6
Dont forget to use the google checkout £10 discount guys. I wonder how noisy the fan on this card is.. if you find it a problem try the program RivaTuner to reduce fan speed in idle mode.
suspended#7
rowan, if you read the reviews on the link i posted the card is very quiet:)
#8
I take it by the comments in this thread that new cards will be out soon ? So worth waiting (need a decent one, but under £100)
#9
Voted hot, these are apparantly very good cards, but I'm going to wait a little while to see if they go any lower as they've only just been released.
#10
do these need power supply? as in knackered if i do,i only got sata cables, grrr dell:giggle:
suspended#11
chrisUK, there will be a 256mb version of thise 8800GT, not sure of pricing though, likely around £120. I'd advise you to get 1 of those.

As for the guy voting warm, i dont think you understand this forum, we vote on current prices, everything will go down in value, competitors are charging £176, in 1 month they will probably charge £155 and this will still be the cheapest price around.

You dont vote an ipod as a bad deal as there will be a new version out in a few months or a price cut on a 360 premium in 2months, you vote on todays prices and this is the cheapest.

welsh andy, these need a 6pin pci-express power cable, you can get molex to pci-e cables here: http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=159192
#12
Voted hot as it's a good price currently. It was only released yesterday and is in short supply so prices are high currently. This is an amazing card but you should also know that the rev 2 8800GTS in due for release in November.
#13
hajj_3


welsh andy, these need a 6pin pci-express power cable, you can get molex to pci-e cables here: http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=159192


cheers
:thumbsup: :thumbsup:
#14
You should get one of the convertors with the card.
#15
Guys can anyone tell me what's classed as a fast video card these days for around the £200 mark that will play 'Crysis' on the PC without severe slowdown as suffered on my X1950 Pro? Thanks in advance :)
#16
This is the card or the new 8800GTS in November.
#17
RowanDDR
I wonder how noisy the fan on this card is..


According to one of the reviews, these cards use the same board layout as the older ones like 7900 etc so some of the quite coolers for those (such as the zalman ones) should fit these cards. Handy if you've already got one on your current card.

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#18
Was just about to post this deal, I just ordered with google checkout for £145
#19
RowanDDR
Dont forget to use the google checkout £10 discount guys. I wonder how noisy the fan on this card is.. if you find it a problem try the program RivaTuner to reduce fan speed in idle mode.


Have a read of this - the noise levels dont seem to be too bad at all, which is suprising given the size of the fan.

http://www.tomshardware.com/2007/10/29/geforce_8800_gt/page13.html

Hot deal, Im going to wait for an EVGA version though as you get a 10 year guarantee with it.
#20
TOP deal i believe at the very fast for the price!!

Im selling my 8800gts 640mb !! not relaly playing games at all so anything cheaper of course is better and plays just as well. VOTED HOT!!


i reckon the price will go up as demand goes up at ebuyer!! Later in a month or two yeh it will go down but whos going to wait
10yr guarantee AS IF you would keep it that long!! most people would upgrade in a year or 2.!!
#21
alfie786

10yr guarantee AS IF you would keep it that long!! most people would upgrade in a year or 2.!!

Not me, Ive still got a GeForce MX440 in mine! My new rig has PCI-E so this will be cool.

10 year guarantee is good because other cards have just a 1 year guarantee, so if it goes wrong after say 2 years its still covered, and also EVGA have a step up program meaning you can upgrade and get all your money back on a newer card within 30 days (ie buy this then the GTS v2 if you wanted)

Great deal, might just go for this though, £145 delivered, bargain!
suspended#22
evga's 10yr warranty's are strange though, i think you have to change it over or something when you sell the card on. if you want a good warranty bfg do either 3 or 5yrs, which is very nice:).

welsh andy, the card should come with a pci-e to molex converter cable already, forgot about that.

mumjit, this is the card you want, the 8800gts will like be well over £200, this is only £155 and will play every game in high res well.
#23
Have gone and preordered mine...

Should make a bit of a change :)
#24
Anyone have any specs or how well the GT v2's run performance wise yet?
Also what will the expected retail prices be on those?
#25
Warm, NOT hot, these WILL drop to £130-odd very soon.
suspended#26
Jakg
Warm, NOT hot, these WILL drop to £130-odd very soon.


hot is now banned for everything on this site except for antiques as everything will will go down in value, no voting hot for anything ppl!
#27
Yeh these were meant to be loads cheaper and they have upped the price because they are in high demand!

Overclockers really messed everyone with there prices, they even said on there forum how much they were going to be and then tried to rip people off buy charging more!! The other shops then followed. Because overclockers did this i aint gonna buy from them again (unless they have a hot hot amazing price:p )

So soon they are going to be lower in price! I think the 256mb will be around £100 and the 512mb versions will be around £137ish

I want one !
#28
I ordered one of these from ebuyer yesterday afternoon, they are on pre-order as they did not have stock at the time
#29
In terms of performance these are already stunning value for money, who knows if that will change with the upcoming releases from Nvidia and ATI/AMD but for now they're HOT
#30
Russ - where is it £145 ? was this with vat+del?
#31
jugglerb
Russ - where is it £145 ? was this with vat+del?


If you haven't used google checkout before, you can get £10 off the order £154.99 (with free delivery) making it only £144.99

Which even if there is an impending price drop it makes it great value for money!
Just a shame it isn't one of the better manufacturers, but ...

Ian
#32
looks like a nice deal, anyone know if these have hardware video acceleration for hd-dvd/bluray?
#33
welsh andy
do these need power supply? as in knackered if i do,i only got sata cables, grrr dell:giggle:


http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=20580

*** NEW *** SATA-2-Molex Adapter - Black

Works out at about $8 with international shipping via standard post, but i've not seen these anywhere in the UK yet, Plenty of Molex to sata adaptors but not the other way around.

I used one of these with a Y splitter cable to plug my 7800GT in the stock psu in my dimension e520.

Still waiting on the verdict with regards to if the Dell psu's can handle the power requirements for these new 8800GT cards.
#34
oh B*ll**ks, mere days after I buy a bloomin' ATi 2600, these come along at low prices!
#35
chappers158
oh B*ll**ks, mere days after I buy a bloomin' ATi 2600, these come along at low prices!


:-D Welcome to PC Land :giggle:
suspended#36
fathazza
looks like a nice deal, anyone know if these have hardware video acceleration for hd-dvd/bluray?


yes they do. Have a read at the reviews on the link i posted.
#37
I see the £10 off is only for new users
suspended#38
yes, only for new users
#39
A helpful chap on the OC's forum (Tooks) posted this which some people may find useful when deciding between the various 8800 series cards:

Ok, I've done a little bit of analysis from the Firing Squad review using their min and max fps results across six games (Bioshock, Fear, Company of Heroes, Oblivion, World In Conflict and Call of Duty 4). All the results were 1600 x 1200 x 32 with 4xAA and 16AF.

Average Min/Max FPS across all six games for each card was as follows:-

8800 320 - 26/85
8800 640 - 31/93
8800 GTX - 42/134
8800 GT - 35/115
So, accepting that the GTX is still the fastest card, performance difference in percentage terms for each card is as follows:-

8800 320 - 37% slower than 8800GTX
8800 640 - 29% slower than 8800GTX
8800 GTX - NA
8800 GT - 15% slower than 8800GTX

So, the 8800GT is 15% slower than the 8800GTX at that res with that AA, and by default approx 15% faster than a 640MB 8800GTS, and 22% faster than a 320MB 8800GTS.


Also anyone willing to pay a few pounds more would be wise to look at this one from Dabs http://www.dabs.com/productview.aspx?Quicklinx=4S8V&SearchType=1&SearchTerms=8800gt&PageMode=3&SearchKey=All&SearchMode=All&NavigationKey=0#specifications

IMO the BFG OC version is well worth the extra money versus this Inno3D deal. (Just gone out of stock now though:oops: )
suspended#40
the standard versions overclock the same or further than the OC versions, so save yourself the money. also 15% faster is only with high AA. 2-8% is the normal increase the GTX has over this GT.

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