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The GeForce GTX 275 Graphics Card delivers best-in-class graphics performance in the hottest games such as Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II and Far Cry 2. And with full GPU-acceleration for NVIDIA PhysX?technology, GeForce GTX 275 will change your 3D gaming with insane PhysX gaming effects by bringing dynamic forces of nature and massively destructible environments to games such as Sacred 2 and Mirror?s Edge.

Yet a graphics card that does just graphics isn?t enough anymore-GeForce GTX 275 with NVIDIA® CUDA?technology delivers Graphics Plus? Go beyond traditional graphics with Graphics Plus?and experience Stereoscopic 3D gaming, video processing for transcoding HD videos in minutes to your portable video player, and lightning-fast image processing using Adobe CS4.

The GeForce GTX 275 is SLI®-Ready! Combine two cards with an SLI-Ready motherboard1 and experience up to 2x the gaming performance or combine three cards for a Tri-SLI configuration delivering blazing fast frame rates with game settings and maxed out resolutions (2560x1600). With GeForce GTX 275, get the graphics performance that your games demand.

- Core Clock: 633MHz
- Memory: 896MB GDDR3
- Memory Clock: 2268MHz (Effective)
- Memory Interface: 448-Bit
- Memory Bandwidth: 127.0GB/s
- Processing Cores: 240
- Shader Clock: 1404MHz
- Bus Type: PCI-Express 2.0
- Display Connectors: 2 Dual-Link DVI-I
- SLI Ready
- HDCP Capable
- DirectX 10 Support
- OpenGL 3.0 Support
- PhysX Enabled
- CUDA Enabled
- Warranty: 1 Year

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#1
Good price - joint cheapest, Scan are the same price.

http://www.scan.co.uk/Product.aspx?WebProductId=992829
#2
Bundled game makes this better value for money. :)

Also 3% Quidco.
#3
New release cards generally drop £20+ in 1 or 2 weeks, still fairly good
#4
To be honest I can't really see these dropping by £20+. They are already very competitively priced. A small reduction in price may occur, but I doubt the amount you are expecting.
#5
AntiHeroUK;4820337
To be honest I can't really see these dropping by £20+. They are already very competitively priced. A small reduction in price may occur, but I doubt the amount you are expecting.

True. But there will be people on this thread saying that this will be in the bargain bin @ PCWORLD for 20p in 6 months. That's just what people are like on this site.
#6
AntiHeroUK
To be honest I can't really see these dropping by £20+. They are already very competitively priced. A small reduction in price may occur, but I doubt the amount you are expecting.


Well that would depend entirely on what the new ATI offering comes in at pricewise and how that will affect the 4870X2.

Nvidia are well practiced at large reactionary price decreases in the face of competition as they have shown all to well in the past.
#7
Clearly HOT, and I would buy one if I hadn't just purchased a GTX260.
#8
Hmmm, how does this compare to the 4850x2 that's only £210 at pixmania?
#9
Much more reliable performance than the 4850 X2. The direct competitor to this card is the ATI 4890, and the benchmarks seem to swing both ways. The 4890 is over all just as fast in most situations, but will be quicker when heavy anti-aliasing is applied. I'd have either cards to be honest.
#10
AT have their comparison here:

http://www.anandtech.com/video/showdoc.aspx?i=3539

I quite fancied a 4850x2 however I've decided I'd prefer to have a single card and avoid a lot of potential headaches. Prices do seem very competitive off the bat mainly because I guess both cards are so similar that price is going to be the deciding factor. I'm currently running a 4850, the 4890 seems a pretty good upgrade for around 200 pounds but I think I'll wait a bit longer until it's struggling more in games.

John
#11
cheers for this, just ordered one to replace my ageing 8800 320 gts, hope i see a nice improvement :)
heat added
#12
Just picked one of these up from Novatech. £199 with £5.99 Quidco. And I can sell my old 8800 GTX. Mine came with a free copy of Far Cry 2. Was easy to install and now Stalker Clear Sky and Far Cry 2 run like a dream. They were struggling before. Recommended product.
#13
Glad to see people buying these. :)
#14
This is the the same price as it was at launch so no bargain I've been waiting to buy a card for 4 weeks to replace my 4850 but I'm underwhelmed. No where has any stock of the other brands of the 275 as it was nvidia's way of stealing ATI's thunder but the truth is the 4970 is nothing more than a 4870 its just had a voltage tweak to make it a tiny bit faster but for the price id take the 1gb 4870 and save myself £60 its not even 10%faster its the exact same card as the 4870.

Now to the Nvidia this is the one i shall buy as its a much better card than ATI's offering its cooler running has better power consumption and a faster card by a good way its still no new card its a frankenstein's monster half 260 and half 285 because it benches so well nvidia are going to be forced to rethink there pricing structure as its nearly as quick as the 285 that's over a £100 more. The other thing is unless your desperate for a new card i would wait 6 months because both Nvidia and ATI will be releasing there new DX11 cards in Q4 of this year so these cards will be old hat very soon.

I really cant believe that ATI have the nerve to charge £200-£240 for these 4870's in party frocks and the OC versions are about 1% faster than the stock version but are £30 more the clear winner here is the 275 but because none of the etailers or the outlet chain have stock yet you will pay through the nose like whats been said in 2 weeks when the nvidia is freely available we will see the prices drop especially for the 4890 as know one is going to be daft enough to pay over £200 for very little increase in performance
#15
irradiated
cheers for this, just ordered one to replace my ageing 8800 320 gts, hope i see a nice improvement :)
heat added


Massive improvement, trust me. :)

polly69
This is the the same price as it was at launch so no bargain I've been waiting to buy a card for 4 weeks to replace my 4850 but I'm underwhelmed. No where has any stock of the other brands of the 275 as it was nvidia's way of stealing ATI's thunder but the truth is the 4970 is nothing more than a 4870 its just had a voltage tweak to make it a tiny bit faster but for the price id take the 1gb 4870 and save myself £60 its not even 10%faster its the exact same card as the 4870.

Now to the Nvidia this is the one i shall buy as its a much better card than ATI's offering its cooler running has better power consumption and a faster card by a good way


The GTX275 is not faster than the 4890 by a good way, and the 4890 is over 10% faster than a 4870, especially at higher reolutions. And it also overclocks like a demon, whereas the 4870 didn't.
#16
You can't ever "wait" for a new card. There is something wrong with that whole ethos. Card performance and prices move soooo fast. You have to buy a card that's right for you now in terms of bang for buck (price vs performance). I would like to add re. my new 275. I am really happy with it. But after an extreme gaming session last night, I had a sudden power outage. This can only be temperature or power related. I am running a 500W PSU so will upgrade that first. Then look at the temperature issue if it happens again. The recommended 275 power usage is 550W on the box. So I am a little underpowered. The outage happened whilst playing Hawx on the max. It looks lovely by the way. I am definitely keeping the new card, but have to upgrade - this is another downside of waiting for the right card! As the system in which you put it sometimes needs upgrading.
#17
Also as this card only came out within the last week, I would like to see DX10.1 support. But it isn't. I am not that bothered though.
#18
One more thing. In the past I have paid £300-£350 quid for a card. But I would never pay more than £200 now by principle. Anyone feeling the same?
#19
Yes I used to pay much more for cards, but £200 seems to be the sweetspot.
#20
when i bought this 8800 gts 320 i actually bought 2 and sli'd them, man that was bloody expensive
i found back then that sli wasnt all it was cracked up to be and fortunately one of them died and i got a full refund :)
but i also agree now, £200 is more than enough for a gfx card, i mean for £400 i can build a pretty decent pc so theres no way id pay that just for the gfx card
has anyone ordered from novatach before? i ordered last night, got an order number but as of yet i havent received a confirmation email so i hope it all went well
#21
irradiated;4835548
for a gfx card, i mean for £400 i can build a pretty decent pc so theres no way id pay that just for the gfx card


Very true. I'd still like a 4870 X2 though ;)
#22
306maxi
Very true. I'd still like a 4870 X2 though ;)


You're not the only one. But splashing all that cash on a graphics cards just doesn't seem right.
#23
anyone else ordered this and got a confirmation email???
#24
Novatech are a good organisation. Good customer service.
#25
matedodgy
Novatech are a good organisation. Good customer service.


Agreed. Excellent company to get PC parts from :)
#26
still no confirmation email but contacted them through livechat and my order has been received so im looking forward to my 275 :)

oh and ive already had £5.99 validated from novatech at quidco, thats not too bad!!
#27
I'd rather have a clearance GTX 280, seen them for 230 on OCUK etc, once overclocked a bit you've got a GTX 285 anyway :)
#28
id just like to say i have my 275 now and w0w what a difference to the 8800 gts (i also re-seated my cpu and lowered my temps 10 c whilst at it lol) quick (free) delivery, quidco already and cheap card too so well happy :-)
#29
irradiated
id just like to say i have my 275 now and w0w what a difference to the 8800 gts (i also re-seated my cpu and lowered my temps 10 c whilst at it lol) quick (free) delivery, quidco already and cheap card too so well happy :-)


Yes, I am loving mine too. Far Cry 2 and Stalker Clear Sky work beautifully now.

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