Point Of View 8800GT 512MB GDDR3 DVI HDMI PCI-E Graphics Card - £99.99 delivered @ eBuyer - HotUKDeals
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This is the first time I have seen a 512MB 8800GT at under £100 delivered. A bargain at this price! For free delivery, please choose the Super Saver delivery option at checkout.

This 8800GT is equipped with 1 DVI and 1 HDMI connector. For audio on the HDMI connector, you have to connect an internal cable which is included in the package from 2 pins on the card to the SPDIF out connection on the motherboard. Now connect a HDMI cable from the graphics card to your LCD or Plasma TVs HDMI input and you will have both graphics and sound from one cable.

Point of View provide a 3 year warranty for this graphics card.

Specifications:

Graphics Engine : NVIDIA 8800 GT GPU
Video Memory : 512 MB
Core Clock : 600 Mhz
Memory Clock : 1800 Mhz
Shader Clock : 1500 Mhz
Memory Speed : 1.0 ns GDDR 3
Memory Bus : 256 bit
Interface : PCI Express 16x
RAMDAC : Dual 400 Mhz
D-Sub : No
DVI-I : 1
HDMI : 1
TV-Out : Yes
Video-In : No
HDTV : Yes
Unified Shaders : 112

System requirements:

Intel/AMD x86/x64 or compatible with a PCI Express 16x slot
64MB of system memory
Installation software requires CD-ROM drive
DVD playback requires DVD drive

Full software support:

Microsoft DirectX 10, 9 optimizations and support
Complete OpenGL 2.0 support
WHQL Certified Vista, Windows XP, 2000
Complete Linux drivers, including full OpenGL
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#1
Must

Resist

Temptation

Argghh
#2
That's the best price I've seen. Prices keep coming down though...
#3
sli is starting to look very tempting!!!!!!!!!!!

(shame i would need a new psu!!!):?
#4
whats the cheapest psu il need to run this card??

i have a dell vostro 200 btw

yus786
#5
I have SLI BFG 7600GT's on a 380W PSU with no problems. Shame SLI is useless when you have dual screens... Obviously I didn't find out until I'd bought the second card... :-S

Sounds like a good price for this though.
#6
Great deal. Shame I need dual DVI :(
#7
robertblay
Shame SLI is useless when you have dual screens...



How so? Could you explain this a bit more for me please.:thumbsup:
#8
As danny-mac?
#9
if i bought this would i be able to run this in Sli with my other 8800GT? btw my other 8800GT is the standard oem version so not overclocked
#10
insanely cheap price for such a powerful card, MUST RESIST...
#11
danny-mac
How so? Could you explain this a bit more for me please.:thumbsup:


By turning on SLI, you can only use 1 screen. The other just turns off. There is a way around it, but you have to buy a cheap PCI graphics card that doesn't conflict with the Geforce ones, and run your second screen through it. This won't be high quality though.

Geforce know about the single-screen issue but haven't done anything about it.

I dont see any performance gain in using SLI either...
#12
amr786
if i bought this would i be able to run this in Sli with my other 8800GT? btw my other 8800GT is the standard oem version so not overclocked


As far as I know it will work, but will only run as fast as the slower graphics card, which is why I got 2 identical ones. But theoretically it SHOULD work...
#13
This is about £10.00 cheaper than the 8800GT 512MB DDR3 PNY card I got off of Scan last month. Hot.
#14
Hmm just bought the 256mb for £88 without HDMI but thinking of this one now.
#15
Hmmm, these 8800gt's are dropping in price.

But i think i'd prefer a BFG 8800GT oc2, with lifetime warranty for £40 more.
#16
yus786
whats the cheapest psu il need to run this card??

i have a dell vostro 200 btw

yus786


Cheap psu's are a bit of a gamble with expencive pc components,
i paid £30 for a 700W cheap psu to run 2x8800GT in sli,
within a month it had had it.
I now use a Cooler Master Real Power 850W :-D


its worth spending good money on a decent psu, for 1x8800gt i'd recommend a
Thermaltake W0103 Toughpower 600Watt ATX Power Supply- £60ish:thumbsup:
#17
robertblay
By turning on SLI, you can only use 1 screen. The other just turns off. There is a way around it, but you have to buy a cheap PCI graphics card that doesn't conflict with the Geforce ones, and run your second screen through it. This won't be high quality though.

Geforce know about the single-screen issue but haven't done anything about it.

I dont see any performance gain in using SLI either...


Geforce *know* about the "issue", but haven't done anything about it because it's not an "issue", it's the entire point!

When you turn on SLI the 2 or 3 graphics cards focus on number crunching as a single unit rather than outputting their display to the monitor, which would use up their time.
#18
[email protected]
its worth spending good money on a decent psu, for 1x8800gt i'd recommend a
Thermaltake W0103 Toughpower 600Watt ATX Power Supply- £60ish:thumbsup:


You don't NEED anything like that for an 8800GT though. Most systems will be fine with a 400W PSU or less provided you aren't running masses of HDDs and its a decent quality unit.
#19
I'm running on a 580W Hiper Type-R that I've been using since spring 2006. More than enough power for a card like this.
#20
[email protected]
I now use a Cooler Master Real Power 850W :-D

lol, I guess you thought the higher the W the better it is ...sad.
#21
RichH6109
Great deal. Shame I need dual DVI :(


The dual DVI version is available for £101.99 - just £2 more
#22
Bloody marvallous....Just bought an Xpert Vision GeForce™ 9600GT Sonic for £85..
Wish I had waited now
#23
8800 GT 512MB for £99.99

Hot!
#24
Fantastic price but this has been dropping quite quickly.
#25
BlackAle
lol, I guess you thought the higher the W the better it is ...sad.


no i think he was making the point that coolermaster is a cracking brand with very good psu's!

i have their 430w one in my 2nd pc and its a good solid psu, would have no hesitation running a 8800gt with that psu
#26
****** Do your bit to save the planet ! ******
If you are in the market for a new PSU, buy a 80% + efficient one.
Some of the best are Seasonic, Enermax (pro range) & Coolermaster iGreen Psu's. Its worth spending money on a good PSU.
You can't 'see' the difference, but It will help system stability and will save you money in the long run in energy bills.
http://weehaggis.files.wordpress.com/2007/10/lastpolarbear.jpg
#27
I'd wait for a less cra pee brand before jumping in. Would much rather have an XFX or an Evga one.
#28
Biffo
The dual DVI version is available for £101.99 - just £2 more


Why would anyone want DVI? Surely the better option is to get a HDMI -> DVI adapter (something like this: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/144024 or a cable like this: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/130512).

Also, does the HDMI port on this support audio?
Hot deal!
#29
306maxi
I'd wait for a less cra pee brand before jumping in. Would much rather have an XFX or an Evga one.


Better going for a gigabyte or asus, get one with a decent cooler !!
#30
get em quick - ebuyer have a habit of having quite volatile prices on v popular items - HOT !
#31
Will this run on a 350W psu? I'm also running an athlon 64 3700+, 2GB ram, and X-FI sound card. Looking to replace a 7600GT
#32
BlackAle
lol, I guess you thought the higher the W the better it is ...sad.


Wrong....lol
#33
FD3S
Will this run on a 350W psu? I'm also running an athlon 64 3700+, 2GB ram, and X-FI sound card. Looking to replace a 7600GT


Maybee.. depends how 'good' a PSU it is. Might be pushing it.

http://media.tomshardware.com/2007/10/29/geforce_8800_gt/benchh.png
#34
People wanting the dual dvi version can get it for £2 more :
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/135258
#35
Ah thanks for that. Looks like its a good idea to invest in a new PSU.
#36
Guys, don't scrimp on the PSU unit. General rule of thumb over at Overclockers.co.uk is use 500 for 1 graphics card and 600 for 2 assuming you've got a normal amount of drives / fans in there.

I recommend the Corsair HX520 (has the same internals as the Seasonic mentioned earlier).
#37
Shrap
Guys, don't scrimp on the PSU unit. General rule of thumb over at Overclockers.co.uk is use 500 for 1 graphics card and 600 for 2 assuming you've got a normal amount of drives / fans in there.

I recommend the Corsair HX520 (has the same internals as the Seasonic mentioned earlier).



Corsair make nice PSU's :thumbsup:
suspended#38
i bought this card 2 weeks ago for £115, it does indeed have dvi + hdmi ports.

I bought this too to overclock it further and to make it silent: http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=707493

Put a 92mm fan on too which is inaudible and overclocked it loads:)
#39
hajj_3
i bought this card 2 weeks ago for £115, it does indeed have dvi + hdmi ports.

I bought this too to overclock it further and to make it silent: http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=707493

Put a 92mm fan on too which is inaudible and overclocked it loads:)


Nice cooler. That's the one I used . Made a 20-30 degree diff!!

These look nice too :

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/pimg/HS-027-AR_200.jpg

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=HS-027-AR&groupid=701&catid=57&subcat=787
suspended#40
that cooler looks all talk though. This 92mm fan is very quiet yet pushes loads of air: http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=396307

Would rather have my heatsink + great 92mm fan than those 3 tiny **** fans.

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