Point Of View GeForce 8800GTS 320MB *£164.78 (inc. free postage)!* - HotUKDeals
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I've been after a replacement for my faulty 7900GS this week and have been shopping around for the best deal. The 8800GTS series have been a tempting option but the majority are £200+ with shipping on top and that is a little more than I wanted to spend.
However, Ebuyer have a limited number of the Point Of View brand available for £174.95. That price in itself is pretty tasty, but if you buy using Google Checkout and Quidco you'll save a further £10.17! In addition to that, by selecting the super-saver delivery option, you get it sent to you free!

£164.78 for an 8800GTS 320mb with free delivery - not a bad deal!
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#1
Just make sure your power supply can take it...
#2
Good buy....320MB is a bit low for this spec of gfx card however...
#3
mr.velvet
Just make sure your power supply can take it...


The recommended power supply is 400W with 26a on the 12v rail/s.
Although I strongly doubt a cheap or unbranded PSU will do the job despite it meeting the specs. (I know from personal experience)
I currently own a 580w Hiper R-series modular - it can basically take anything you throw at it including SLI configurations. I highly recommend it!
#4
MrShed
Good buy....320MB is a bit low for this spec of gfx card however...


Just don't go thinking that huge amounts of RAM are essential...there is more to a GFX card than its total RAM amount (look at RAM speed / pixels shaders / GPU core speed etc)..some games don't even fully utilise 512MB yet...more is def good but for most people this is probably sufficient. It depends which games you play and at what screen resolution ;-)

There are pre-OC versions (BFG / EVGA) of these cards also available (not necessarily ebuyer) for a few notes more and with decent warranties ;-) you shouldn't have to pay over £200 for one of these

Great deal :thumbsup: I'm sticking with my 1900XT for now
#5
Can confirm it works flawlessly with the dell E520 which I picked up with the 22" TFT from here a few weeks ago if anyone is interested. It only has a PSU rated at 305w. Requirements tend to be over stated in my experience. 320mb is not an issue unless you game at insane resolutions.
#6
UK Deals Dave
There are pre-OC versions (BFG / EVGA) of these cards also available (not necessarily ebuyer) for a few notes more and with decent warranties ;-) you shouldn't have to pay over £200 for one of these

Great deal :thumbsup: I'm sticking with my 1900XT for now


Aye probably best.
If I had a 1900XT I'm certain I would do the same.
For someone like me that has just built a decent system and needs a card, its been a difficult decision which one to buy. A low end card just wouldn't do it justice, but in a similar way buying a rediculously priced once just seems silly. Even the 640mb versions of the GTS seem less like a sound investment than the 320mb's (and an extra £100 more in most cases).
There's a bit of a gap in the low-to-mid end of the market right now I feel. I can't justify buying a Direct-X 9 card over £100 unless its 512mb. And it also seems foolish to splash out vast sums if I'm merely going to change it in 6 months - especially with the advance of Direct-X 10. At the same time, the prices of the 8 Series are likely to drop soon, but I feel that at £165 - this card is a solid investment nonetheless. The reviews are good and their is also decent overclocking potential here too.

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