PALIT 768MB GeF GTX 460 PCI-E 2.0 @ Ginger6 £115.86 Delivered - HotUKDeals
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£115.86 including free delivery

Product Specifications:
Web Address http://www.palit.biz
Model Number NE5TX460FHD79
Package Type Retail
Warranty 2 Years
Gross Weight (Kg) 0.90Kg
Package Contents Quick Installation Guide
Driver CD
Power Splitter (2x4pin to 6pin)
Chipset NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460
Interface PCI Express 2.0
Video Memory 768MB
Memory Type GDDR5
Engine Clock 675MHz
Memory Clock 3600MHz (1800MHz GDDR5)
Memory Interface 192-bit
Stream Processing Units 336
RAMDACs 400MHz
Max. Resolution 2560x1600
Connectors VGA
HDMI
DVI-I
DirectX Support 11.0
OpenGL Support 4.0
Compatible OS Windows XP
Windows Vista
Windows 7
Special Features Microsoft DirectX11 support
NVIDIA PhysX technology
NVIDIA 3D Vision Ready
NVIDIA CUDA technology
NVIDIA SLI Ready
OpenCL Support
OpenGL 4.0 Optimization and Support
NVIDIA GeForce Unified Driver Architecture (UDA)
NVIDIA PureVideo HD Technology
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#1
Hot deal!
#2
I should transfer my 'golly' to this deal :p

Not heard of the retailer but it seems legit.
#3
May be seeing more cheap deals for this over the coming weeks:
http://www.techeye.net/hardware/nvidia-drops-gtx-460-prices
#4
It says its sold out??? all 175 gone?
#5
WTF, was 175 available 10mins ago oO
#6
They probably pulled it as they realised it was too cheap
#7
#8
£121.59 , with Just cause 2 here :
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/nvidia-geforce-gtx-460-768mb-121-59/752478

Be Quick, only 6 left !
#9
Now it says 75 in stock so maybe time to un-expire?
#10
Yes indeed.....deals back on
#11
Okay,,,so buy this and then in the future get another for sli..but then i will need to get a new psu or wait a bit longer for the 1gb to drop and just get one of them ?

But for 115 quid for this card.....TELL ME WHAT TO DO!! :)
#12
Buy this version, no major performance increase with the 1GB version (about 10%) not worth it IMHO.

2 of these are awesome in SLI, scale really well. For £230 you getting performance to beat £300 plus cards wahey!
#13
when will they drop the ATI's?!
#14
Why buy ATI when you can buy Nvidia?
#15
chapchap
Why buy ATI when you can buy Nvidia?


Because, typically, they're cheaper per performance. One would expect that to continue given Nvidia's strength in the market...also, some of us bought ATI's whilst Nvidia was taking 6 months to get it's card out. I want a cheap crossfire 5850 :D. Maybe when the 6xxx series comes out.
#16
yeah nvidia took there sweet time with fermi but as it stands now the 460 is by miles and miles and miles the best bang for buck card out there cause its 5770 priced but its gonna blow it away easily
#17
Indeed, indeed - that is very much so, atm. I would not expect that to carry on for much longer. Especially as ATI have their new series just around the corner now.
#18
chapchap
Why buy ATI when you can buy Nvidia?


And frankly the way Nvidia does business blows ;)
#19
chapchap
Why buy ATI when you can buy Nvidia?


Because the hd5970 is still the most powerful card on the market?
#20
Cheaper at OCUK: http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=GX-000-PL&groupid=701&catid=56&subcat=

Of course...you need to be a forum member with 250 posts to get free delivery. Even though, I would still pay £120 to buy from a more reputable place.
#21
Great deal and almost a buy, but everyone is complaining about fan noise. Watch out if you want a quiet room.
#22
leedale30
when will they drop the ATI's?!


Probably the 5000 series will see a drop when they launch the 6000 series at the end of the year.
1 Like #23
chapchap
Why buy ATI when you can buy Nvidia?


Because I currently have a Crossfire motherboard, not an SLI one.
#24
bbeettaa
Cheaper at OCUK: http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=GX-000-PL&groupid=701&catid=56&subcat=

Of course...you need to be a forum member with 250 posts to get free delivery. Even though, I would still pay £120 to buy from a more reputable place.


Ginger6 is reputable though. If anything overclockers service can leave a lot to be desired.
#25
empyphil
chapchap
Why buy ATI when you can buy Nvidia?


Because the hd5970 is still the most powerful card on the market?


5970? Pah! :P Try the ASUS ARES 4GB, faster again!
#26
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=GX-000-PL

they do the same card this week for £112.79 inc VAT

OcUK is a well established business, never heard of ginger 6 before.
#27
chapchap
Why buy ATI when you can buy Nvidia?

Because displaying brand zealotry for computer components is incredibly stupid? Nvidia has been in a right mess for ages and has only recently got back on track with the GTX 460. Until then ATI had by far the best performance per pound at literally every price sector.
#28
I think that this card can output truhd and dts-ma from the hdmi, does anyone know if the gigabyte version can also do this as I'm tempted .
#29
Ginger 6 is a company I have delt with before and had to return something too, they were really good.

customer service was really easy to deal with.
#30
I am talking now ---if looking for this level of card the question stands. Why buy ATI when you can buy Nvidia?
#31
bboy71
I think that this card can output truhd and dts-ma from the hdmi, does anyone know if the gigabyte version can also do this as I'm tempted .


It might say here in this roundup of GTX460s >

http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/geforce-gtx-460-roundup-gf104,review-31981.html
#32
empyphil
chapchap
Why buy ATI when you can buy Nvidia?


Because the hd5970 is still the most powerful card on the market?


the Asus Ares is the most powerful card out even tho its stupid expencive (2 x full fledged 5870's not like the 5970 with 2 crippled 5870's down to 5850's)

but expect that to change with the Asus Mars 2 (2 x gtx480's) and i think nvidia should have a 460 dual gpu version when they phase out the 480 for a newer gf104 revision
1 Like #33
I can also confirm that Ginger 6 customer service is great, ordered there before and had to contact their customer service; they were friendly & the issue was resolved quickly.
#34
The more of these deals that pop up the more I consider selling my HD5770! BUT ATi have been great for me ever since the Radeon 8500...hmm
#35
fishmaster
bboy71
I think that this card can output truhd and dts-ma from the hdmi, does anyone know if the gigabyte version can also do this as I'm tempted .


It might say here in this roundup of GTX460s >

http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/geforce-gtx-460-roundup-gf104
,review-31981.html


Link doesnt work for mw showing up as
'page requested could not be found'

Anyone else confirm that the 1gb gigabyte version can uotput tru hd and dts ma?
#36
gdwelsh
The more of these deals that pop up the more I consider selling my HD5770! BUT ATi have been great for me ever since the Radeon 8500...hmm


You won't get too much for your 5770 maybe £60 - £80 second hand, I'd stick with it unless you need the extra power now and then I'd go for something higher end than the GTX 460 to replace the 5770. Prices are going to continue falling as ATI gears up to release the 6000 series and no doubt Nvidia have further offerings in the pipeline. The best policy is to buy from whichever manufacturer is making the best equipment in your price range, that means losing the loyalty card and choose Nvidia or ATI based solely on what gives you the best for your money. I'd have a GTX 460 1GB as it would be useful for Adobe Premiere CS5 work utilising the CUDA support of the card. I'll put a link up for anyone who wishes to enable CUDA in CS5 for the GTX 460 and other currently unsupported cards.

http://blog.krama.tv/hacking-adobe-premiere-cs5-to-enable-more-nvidia-cuda-cards/

The GTX 460 is the best card in the £100 - £200 price bracket currently, above and below that then ATI are still strong opposition.

Edited By: fishmaster on Sep 08, 2010 14:16:
#37
Thanks... perhaps another 5770 then... if they are going for £60 second hand? where from?
#38
chapchap
Why buy ATI when you can buy Nvidia?


because traditionally ati has always had more fps per £. and also traditionally it uses less power and overheats less.
on the other hand nvidia has had the most powerful cards out there, overpriced of course
things start to turn around it seems
#39
gdwelsh
Thanks... perhaps another 5770 then... if they are going for £60 second hand? where from?


I think I read in this thread or another GTX 460 that some one got one from that auction site for £60. Realistically if you find one second hand then £60-80 would be sensible.

Edited By: fishmaster on Sep 08, 2010 14:41:
#40
MajorCockUp
chapchap
Why buy ATI when you can buy Nvidia?



because traditionally ati has always had more fps per £. and also traditionally it uses less power and overheats less.
on the other hand nvidia has had the most powerful cards out there, overpriced of course
things start to turn around it seems


It took Nvidia 6 months after ATIs latest cards to come up with Fermi, it was disappointing considering the heat issues and the performance, basically matching ATI performance here or there but taking 6 months to do it. Nvidia are back on track with the GTX 460 in this price range. ATI have more cards on the way, Nvidia are likely to sync up their development releases with ATI by next year.

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