PNY 8800GT: 512Mb DDR3, PCI-E 2.0,1800 MHz, SLI-certified - £102.21 delivered @ Scan - HotUKDeals
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EDIT on 3/5/08: NOW £102.21, using a Scan/Todayonly add-to-basket link
https://secure.scan.co.uk/shop/addtocart.asp?wpid=811356
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Originally posted on 27/4/08:

£7 better than the deal I posted early last week for £111.61 (now expired). And it's a direct link this time (no adding to your basket nonsense).

Direct link (if site's 'go to deal' doesn't work): http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=698278

FREE delivery: http://www.avforums.com/forums/scan_offer.php
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"This GPU is certified for SLI use: Please Click Here

The ideal combination of power, performance, and price, XLR8 GeForce® 8800 GT 512MB PCIE 2.0 offers GeForce 8 Series architecture, SLI-Ready, 112 stream processors, and a 256-bit frame buffer for awesome DirectX 10 gameplay at ultra fast frame rates.

Your search for the perfect graphics card is over. The ideal combination of power, performance, and price, SLI-Ready NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800 GT offers 112 stream processors, a 256-bit frame buffer, standard-setting GeForce 8 Series features and a strikingly immersive DirectX 10 gaming experience.

Ultra-realistic smoke, rain, explosions, lighting, terrain deformation and motion blur enable jealousy-inducing, lightning-fast gameplay in the hottest games, including Crysis, Hellgate: London, Call of Duty 4, and Gears of War. With full support for PCIe 2.0 and featuring the second-generation NVIDIA PureVideo HD engine, GeForce 8800 GT has been worth the wait."
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#1
wow, this was 185 quid at launch
#2
Very good deal, suprised there so cheap already!
#3
Incredible deal!
#4
#5


You can get an 512MB 8800GTS for under £150 on OcUK too. Prices are dropping nicely.
#6
I like this card 512MB XFX 9600GT, XXX, PCI-E 2.0, Mem 2000MHz, GDDR3, GPU 700MHz, Stream 64, 2x DL DVI-I/HDMI it is about £10 more, but it has HDMI out to connect up to your nice Plasma/LCD TV for a great picture when viewing media of your PC.
#7
emasu;1971642
Yes, £164 is very good for a 768Mb 8800GTX - thanks :thumbsup: (no, I'm not going to start a new thread!)

Batman2;1971653
I like this card 512MB XFX 9600GT, XXX, PCI-E 2.0, Mem 2000MHz, GDDR3, GPU 700MHz, Stream 64, 2x DL DVI-I/HDMI it is about £10 more, but it has HDMI out....
Thanks - £2 lower on Scan/Todayonly.
#8
I must resist the GTX.. must :(

I'm hoping the 650w extreme power will handle it
#9
9600 isn't as good a card though, and you can't output sound via its HDMI port, so you may aswell just use a DVI-HDMI converter ( that you could get for less than £10) on the 8800GT. Giving you HDMI connectivity and a better graphics card.
#10
emasu
I must resist the GTX.. must :(
I'm hoping the 650w extreme power will handle it

Not a problem especially when you consider that the figures below show AC input and power supplies are rated for DC output. i.e. 650W power supply = 780W AC which is enough for almost anything.
Obviously you want some headroom especially if you don't have a high quality unit.

http://www.hothardware.com/articleimages/Item1130/power.png
#11
emasu;1971691
I must resist the GTX.. must :(
Yes, that may be a good idea. The way things are going, in a couple of months it may be £20-30 less....or even cheaper!?
#12
Great price. What the hell is happening to PC prices recently? Price drops seem steeper and quicker than normal.

For those that want a card that’s a bit cheaper and uses less power Ebuyer have a 9600GT for £92 delivered – Inno3D 9600GT.
#13
i just played BF2 on for the first time in about 3 years and all I can say is well er it looks dated, very dated. BF 2 MC is no looker on the 360 but it actually looks better than BF2.

Thats the problem, a lot of PC games look dated compared to the consoles now.

Only a few PC games really shine and standout. Theres no reason to have some ueber rig these days for gaming. thats why prices are falling rapidly.
#14
dapunk
Only a few PC games really shine and standout. Theres no reason to have some ueber rig these days for gaming. thats why prices are falling rapidly.

With 24" TFTs becoming a lot cheaper you still need a decent VGA card to play many games at the screen's native resolution which is good news for Nvidia & ATI.

I imagine cheap HD TVs are affecting peoples' choice of gaming platform to a certain degree. i.e. buy a HD TV and use it for TV, Blu-ray & gaming.
#15
david b
9600 isn't as good a card though, and you can't output sound via its HDMI port, so you may aswell just use a DVI-HDMI converter ( that you could get for less than £10) on the 8800GT. Giving you HDMI connectivity and a better graphics card.


Already using a 256MB XFX 7900GS with DVI-HDMI lead, so will stick for now then.
#16
Since posting, this has reduced from £104.56 to £102.21 :thumbsup:
#17
Can't go wrong with a 512MB 8800GT for £102. Ordered one! :thumbsup:
banned#18
expired now.
#19
Received mine today.

Awesome graphics card and a massive difference in performance compared to my 8600GT.

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