Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 4850 512MB GDDR3 Dual DVI / HDTV (PCI-E) - Retail £147.99 - HotUKDeals
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banned#2
i know that prices in the uk are more than usa, but the rrp is $199 so about £100, isn't 48 quid on top of that a bit too much? maybe wait untill more retailers have it in stock im sure they can sell it for less than this? still a great card!
#3
Just been reading a review of these, they're looking good. I've always favoured nvidia but they seem to have dropped the ball lately, I've not been impressed with anything they've done since the 8800GTX.

Does anyone have any idea how much the 4870 is going to be?
banned#4
$299 i think so about £220. i havent seen any benchmarks of the 4870 but it will come with GDDR5
#5
Kaprikawn
Just been reading a review of these, they're looking good. I've always favoured nvidia but they seem to have dropped the ball lately, I've not been impressed with anything they've done since the 8800GTX.

Does anyone have any idea how much the 4870 is going to be?


Not impressed with the GTX 280?
#6
hugh495
i know that prices in the uk are more than usa, but the rrp is $199 so about £100, isn't 48 quid on top of that a bit too much?


Prices seen on American websites do not include what they call "Sales Tax". It's kind of like our VAT here in the UK. It's not shown on their websites because the figure for ST varies between each of the American states. Therefore, you would usually need to had 17.5% on top of American RRP to get a reasonable starting point for what the UK price should be = approx £119. Add in a bit of UK-Rip-Off tax and it would probably be nearer £135 - £140 once tthe initial rush settles down.
#7
Just noticed there are no working 64bit drivers according to http://www.legitreviews.com/article/730/4/

I'd paid the extra for Saturday delivery as well. Oh well - order cancelled. Will wait a couple of weeks. There should be one more in the pot for everyone else.
#8
Heres a benchy for anybody wanting to know about the 4850

http://www.firingsquad.com/hardware/amd_radeon_hd_4850_geforce_9800_gtx+/
banned#9
Cuddy
Prices seen on American websites do not include what they call "Sales Tax". It's kind of like our VAT here in the UK. It's not shown on their websites because the figure for ST varies between each of the American states. Therefore, you would usually need to had 17.5% on top of American RRP to get a reasonable starting point for what the UK price should be = approx £119. Add in a bit of UK-Rip-Off tax and it would probably be nearer £135 - £140 once tthe initial rush settles down.

Cheers for the info, i personally wait for the dust to settle before buying a new gfx card becuase of price gouging and sometimes low stock. i guess ebuyer may have these on their site by the end of the day
another review online here:
http://www.anandtech.com/video/showdoc.aspx?i=3338&p=6
#10
just found an amazing deal for the bigger brother of this card the 4870 (didnt think i should post it on the main page :P

http://www.awd-it.com/scripts/prodView.asp?idproduct=4383
#11
Cheaper on evilbay, £142.50 if anyone missed it, but p&p is £9.95
#12
baconn
Not impressed with the GTX 280?


No, I expected more to be honest. Such a long time after the 8800GTX I expected a bigger improvement over that card.
#13
Only £138.59 at AWD-IT.com plus £5.99 Fedex delivery so thats £144.58

http://www.awd-it.com/scripts/prodView.asp?idproduct=4379

(Would post a new deal but cant add AWD-IT to sellers list???)
#14
Kaprikawn
No, I expected more to be honest. Such a long time after the 8800GTX I expected a bigger improvement over that card.


Seems a few sites are impartially slating it over the 260, guess we will see how it pans out in the next few weeks as more of the new ati/nvid cards are sold.
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