PNY 8800GT 256MB GDDR3 Dual DVI HDTV Out PCI-E Graphics Card. £46.95 pre-order @ Ebuyer.com - HotUKDeals
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£10 cheaaper than the Ocuk card. Add another item worth £3.05 for free delivery from ebuyer. Excellent price!


Discover the power of extensive high definiton visuals with the PNY GeForce 8800GT 256MB graphics card in your PCI Express slot. A graphics powerhouse for Windows Vista, this beefed-up card comes with DVI dual-link and HDTV connections. Generating an astounding display for gaming and video performance, this card works seamlessly with DirectX 10. You get an ultra-realistic view of fantasy worlds and smooth efficiency for full-screen HDTV applications.

Features

GPU - nVidia GeForce 8800 GT
GPU Clock Speed - 600MHz
Memory Capacity - 256MB
Memory Bandwidth - 57.6GB/s
Dual DVI Support
Interface - PCI-Express
DirectX10
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#1
Would Spore work with this?

Need "A 128 MB Video Card, with support for Pixel Shader 2.0"
#2
Should pose no problem, Still a great graphics card. Wasnt that long ago everyone was buying the 8800gt's.
#3
jbarton78
Would Spore work with this?

Need "A 128 MB Video Card, with support for Pixel Shader 2.0"


No problem whatsoever.

This is a stonking deal for the money.
#4
Pre-order? It says

Need it fast? You have: 19 hours 34 mins to order for delivery on:
Wednesday, 17th September.


256mb is a little low, although the price is v good for the spec. Voted hot.
#5
Considering you'd be paying around double or more for a 512MB version of that card, 8800GT 512MB or 9800GT 512MB (£90+). This is a really hot deal for the more mainstream gamer.:thumbsup:

The only reason I have a 8800GT 512MB is because it was £75 for a limited time at Ebuyer. Oh and even if you use their free shipping they usually ship by courier like the next day, my last two graphics cards arrived with free delivery within like 2 days and not the 5 like they stated.
#6
wow, this could be the best gpx in the price bracket
#7
Another company that discriminates against it's own people by charging extra postage to Nothern Ireland. USE THE ROYAL MAIL!

We are part of the UK and Royal Mail charge a flat rate all over the UK!

Voted cold.
#8
Yep out of stock
#9
ryouga
Yep out of stock


no it's not, it's a pre-order, as is stated in the deal title!
#10
ryouga
Yep out of stock


249 available for pre-order :roll:
#11
dink
Another company that discriminates against it's own people by charging extra postage to Nothern Ireland. USE THE ROYAL MAIL!

We are part of the UK and Royal Mail charge a flat rate all over the UK!

Voted cold.


duh, ebuyer don't use royal mail. If they did I'm sure their postage costs would be far higher.
#12
cowkiller
no it's not, it's a pre-order, as is stated in the deal title!


You say order I say out of stock, its the same thing really as either way they dont have them for sale yet.

And 8800GT's have been on sale for ages therefore its a preorder in the way that they dont have them in or in other words out of stock.
#13
any chance of this fitting in a BTX chassis?...
#14
BlackAle
duh, ebuyer don't use royal mail. If they did I'm sure their postage costs would be far higher.


but they could offer it for NI rather than hitting them with surcharges
#15
Asus GeForce EN8800 GT 512MB GDDR3 HDTV/Dual DVI (PCI-Express) - Retail

This Week Only Offer
was £79.99 ex vat
£63.99
£75.19 inc VAT

@ overclockers.co.uk bought this sucker within the last week ... very good card
#16
BlackAle
duh, ebuyer don't use royal mail. If they did I'm sure their postage costs would be far higher.


duh, yes they do as well as citylink
#17
which is better this or the 128Mb Radeon HD 2400 Pro Graphics Card? thanks.
1 Like #18
This is leagues better! Probably about 5 times faster.
#19
Looking to build new desk top, this site seems to be full of well informed individuals. Do not require monitor/ dvd drives or back up harddrive as have recently bought them (all from recomendations from this site). Looking to pay 400 - 500 for a pc that can play mid range games, watch films. Any ideas
#20
mainds;2979992
Looking to build new desk top, this site seems to be full of well informed individuals. Do not require monitor/ dvd drives or back up harddrive as have recently bought them (all from recomendations from this site). Looking to pay 400 - 500 for a pc that can play mid range games, watch films. Any ideas

Build your own...Case £30; 450W PSU £50; Motherboard £70; Q6600 CPU £115; 2Gb PC6400 Memory £28; 8800GT Graphics £50. You'll be able to overclock by around 25% minimum and have a much faster machine than you could buy for the money pre-built. Try Scan on its today only offers and give them a call as they will often do bundle deals over the phone.
#21
Thanks Minstadave :thumbsup:
#22
mainds
Looking to build new desk top, this site seems to be full of well informed individuals. Do not require monitor/ dvd drives or back up harddrive as have recently bought them (all from recomendations from this site). Looking to pay 400 - 500 for a pc that can play mid range games, watch films. Any ideas


I have just bought this E4264http://www.currys.co.uk/martprd/store/cur_page.jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@0430445493.1221553513@@@@&BV_EngineID=ccdgadefeihlmjhcflgceggdhhmdgml.0&page=Product&fm=null&sm=null&tm=null&sku=538889&category_oid=

Fitted this 480w psu
http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=223165
and 8800gt card ,
Total cost £245 and you have a vista machine with 1 years warranty

Tony
#23
I would spend the xtra and get the 512 eddition.
I paid 200 odd at xmas for my 512 version :D
#24
Iam buying a PC that has a ASUS 512MB GEF 8600 GT Magic PCI-E graphics card, what is the difference between (8800GT) the two cards.

thanks in advance
#25
Will this card fit in a Dell Dimension C521?
#26
custardy;2979628
but they could offer it for NI rather than hitting them with surcharges

Agreed.
1 Like #27
jaz123
Iam buying a PC that has a ASUS 512MB GEF 8600 GT Magic PCI-E graphics card, what is the difference between (8800GT) the two cards.

thanks in advance


The 8800gt will be quite a lot faster than the 8600gt,However the 8600gt is a very low power card so you would get by with a 250w plus Psu the 8800gt really requires a 350w plus Psu,
Tony
#28
I'm tempted to buy this to put in a PC with a good, silent 250W (continuous ) PSU. I cant easily upgrade the psu as it's a microatx media center case. Most mATX psu's I see are negligably better wrt ampage on the 12v+ rail or arent silent.

It lists 17A on the 12v rail, does anyone have any real experience of trying this sort of hardware on a psu that low? I know they recommend 22A minimum, but if you do your research you learn the maximum a gfx card can draw is 13A (6.5A through the pcie slot and 6.5A through the pcie power adapter). I have a single harddrive, not much in the way of usb devices or pci cards.

I'm looking for some encouragment to go ahead and buy this basically lol.

Of course I could just buy the 4670 and not worry.
#29
nxsfan
I'm tempted to buy this to put in a PC with a good, silent 250W (continuous ) PSU. I cant easily upgrade the psu as it's a microatx media center case. Most mATX psu's I see are negligably better wrt ampage on the 12v+ rail or arent silent.

It lists 17A on the 12v rail, does anyone have any real experience of trying this sort of hardware on a psu that low? I know they recommend 22A minimum, but if you do your research you learn the maximum a gfx card can draw is 13A (6.5A through the pcie slot and 6.5A through the pcie power adapter). I have a single harddrive, not much in the way of usb devices or pci cards.

I'm looking for some encouragment to go ahead and buy this basically lol.

Of course I could just buy the 4670 and not worry.


The 4670 gives so many more advantages to media centre pcs. Go for it.

Also, at 17A remember the processor and motherboard use quitr a bit of power.
#30
dink
Another company that discriminates against it's own people by charging extra postage to Nothern Ireland. USE THE ROYAL MAIL!

We are part of the UK and Royal Mail charge a flat rate all over the UK!

Voted cold.


Whilst I live in Northern Ireland and agree it would be great for cheaper delivery this is still a great price.



Also Mainds, If you go to the ebuyer forums theres a few people who can help you spec a system including me.
http://forums.ebuyer.com/
#31
ghost101
The 4670 gives so many more advantages to media centre pcs. Go for it.

Also, at 17A remember the processor and motherboard use quitr a bit of power.


I know the performance is about 20% less, and it's very quiet. What are the other incentives? I don't know what the situation is regarding acceleration of H264 and VC1 decode, but the 8800gt certainly does that, plus there is the physx/cuda stuff.

Regarding the 17A that's just for 12 volts. So I'm looking at 13A * 12V @ 156W For the graphics card. 89W for the processor leaving 5W left for the rest of my system.......

Ok maybe i'm being a bit optimistic lol.
#32
Good price indeed. Only 256Mb but that'll do me fine for now. Ordered one today. In fact, I may go back and order another for an SLI setup.
#33
FriesWithThat
Good price indeed. Only 256Mb but that'll do me fine for now. Ordered one today. In fact, I may go back and order another for an SLI setup.


I wouldn't bother with an SLI setup with only 256MB of RAM, especially if you have a decent sized screen. You'd be better off with a 4850.
#34
Hey guys, anyone know if this card would work as long as I have the PCI-E slot,cant find any mobo info,my PC's getting on a bit its a amd 3500 64 (2199mhz) 1gb(2x512) ram and a 7300gs 256mb PCI-E(thought it was 7900 :-( and xp or would i probably need to get a new power supply?i'll definitley upgrade the ram to at least 2gb,probably keep the processor as im skint atm and dont wana upgrade the mobo yet,only after it for games like AOE 3 which it runs now just on absolubte lowest and still struggles-and hopefully supreme commander,if anyones in the know thatd be awesome! :-)
#35
al1985;3016169
Hey guys, anyone know if this card would work as long as I have the PCI-E slot
Yes.

al1985;3016169
cant find any mobo info
Use SIW to find this out.

al1985;3016169
would i probably need to get a new power supply?
Probably. Open the case & have a look - then post make, model & wattage.
#36
hey cheers found the model number in the end RS/RX482SB400 but no luck with the mfctr theres only a couple of search results that even come up for the mobo and their mainly unhappy customers relating to trying to install 64bit OS's,specs for the PS are : >this is where im lost
model is hipro hp-p3507f5p
AC Input (60/50Hz): 115v ~/6A 230V~/3A

DC Output +5V-/32A, +12V-/16A

+3.3V-/20A, -12V-0.8A

-5V-/0.3A, +5VSB-/3A

+5V&+3.3V shall not exceed 165W

+5V&+3.3V&+12V shall not exceed 280W
reading back through now that i have these figures im guessin i will need a bigger psu,
450watt going for £20 on ebay,
2GB Ram (x2 1gb) £30 play.com
Blue ray drive £49 hukd/pcworld
8800GT £50
V tempted!
#37
ordered one, got an email saying it is out of stock so I'll wait and see.

Thanks for this one
#38
Minstadave
I wouldn't bother with an SLI setup with only 256MB of RAM, especially if you have a decent sized screen. You'd be better off with a 4850.


I guess by decent sized screen you don't mean 19" running @ 1280 x1024
Not worth running as SLI then? Is that coz of the lower memory?
#39
al1985;3016268
hey cheers found the model number in the end RS/RX482SB400 but no luck with the mfctr
Well, can't really tell anything by that. Does your system have any particular make & model? E.g. HP, Fujitsu, etc. If yes, post the make & model number.

al1985;3016268
model is hipro hp-p3507f5p....reading back through now that i have these figures im guessin i will need a bigger psu, 450watt going for £20 on ebay,
Yes, you will need to, as yours is only 350W & not very good quality by the looks of it. Get a decent one (say 500W or above) with a dedicated PCI-E connector. Or, a Hiper 530W for £37 off eBuyer along with the graphics card.

al1985;3016268
2GB Ram (x2 1gb) £30 play.com
Do you know the type/spec you need?
#40
http://www.scan.co.uk/Product.aspx?WebProductId=820347

425w HiperPower HPU-4S425 V2 SLi Black ATX2.2 (20+4) SATAx2 PCI-Ex1. £23.37. This any good do you think?

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