Play Value Geforce 8600GT Super+ / 1GB / PCI Express X16 / Graphics Card £55.99 FREE DELIVERY - HotUKDeals
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Play Value Geforce 8600GT Super+ / 1GB / PCI Express X16 / Graphics Card £55.99 FREE DELIVERY

£55.99 @ Play.Com
Play Value Geforce 8600GT Super+ / 1GB / PCI Express X16 / Graphics Card Spec Graphics Processor: NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT Memory Installed: 1GB GDDR2 Interface: PCI Express x16 Memory Interfa…
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Play Value Geforce 8600GT Super+ / 1GB / PCI Express X16 / Graphics Card

Spec

Graphics Processor: NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT
Memory Installed: 1GB GDDR2
Interface: PCI Express x16
Memory Interface: 128 bit
RAMDACs: 400 MHz
NVIDIA unified architecture with GigaThread technology
Full Microsoft DirectX 10 Shader Model 4.0 support
16x full-screen anti-aliasing
True 128-bit floating point high dynamic-range (HDR) lighting
NVIDIA Quantum Effects physics processing technology
Two dual-link DVI outputs support two 2560x1600 resolution displays
NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology
HDCP capable
OpenGL 2.0 support
NVIDIA ForceWare Unified Driver Architecture (UDA)
NVIDIA Lumenex Engine
Innovative Cooling System
Built for Microsoft Windows Vista
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banned#1
Seems a good midrange card. for the price i think its good.
#2
looks decent , I got 8600GT with 256 mb ram at this price 4 months ago so should perform better than that :thumbsup:
#3
Cold. It's not how much RAM you have that matters, but how much you need to use, and how fast that RAM can be accessed. Very few games use more than around 200MB of video memory, so the painfully slow DDR2 RAM on this card will do little more than hinder performance. One to avoid.
#4
Could the OP please edit the title to include DDR2, as this is important & makes a difference compared to DDR3 (edit: as dxx confirmed above).

If title gets too long, you could remove 'PCI Express X16' (as all 8600GT cards are PCI-E anyway), or shorten it to 'PCI-E 16x' to accomodate DDR2.
#5
There's an 8600GT going for £50.00 at ebuyer. It has 256mb DDR3 memory as opposed to DDR2 memory above and more significantly it's been tweaked slightly for better performance. Probably a slightly better bet!
Having said that I bought the above card from Play last week as with Quidco it was about as cheap an 8600GT I could find. It gets a reasonable review here:

http://techgage.com/article/palit_geforce_8600gt_super1gb/

I'll refrain from voting on this one!
#6
Nimrod
There's an 8600GT going for £50.00 at ebuyer. It has 256mb DDR3 memory as opposed to DDR2 memory above and more significantly it's been tweaked slightly for better performance. Probably a slightly better bet!

The Ebuyer one is much better, this is cold. DDR2 is slow and 1GB is a waste of time on a slow card like this, 256MB is enough.
#7
Yes I think the 1GB on a mid/low range card like this one is pretty much a gimmick as you will never use it. Far better going for the overclocked DDR3 Quieter Zalman Ebuyer card and saving £5.
#8
This might be of interest to anyone looking at Graphics Cards
http://www.overclock.net/graphics-cards-general/114450-graphics-card-rankings-2-a.html
#9
slow card and not particularly cheap
#10
Not hot unfortunately, too slow, DDR2, pointlessly large amount of memory.

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