Sapphire HD 4850 512MB PCI-E Graphics card £124.95inc free Delivery @ ebuyer.com - HotUKDeals
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* ATI HD 4850
* 512MB GDDR3 Memory
* 256-bit GDDR3 memory interface
* Microsoft DirectX 10.1
* Shader Model 4.1
* Unified Video Decoder 2 (UVD) for Blu-ray and HD Video
* PCI Express 2.0

This is currently the cheapest 4850 card I've come across when you factor in the free delivery and the item is in stock.
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#1
Nice find !
#2
Just ordered one and was about to post the same. Great price.
#3
Review: http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/1471/sapphire_radeon_hd_4850_in_crossfire/index.html

This is ATI/AMD comeback card. 2x HD 4850 Crossfire ~250quid beats Geforce 280 which costs 400quid!
#4
http://www.dabs.com/productview.aspx?Quicklinx=54V1&SearchType=1&SearchTerms=hd+4850&PageMode=3&SearchKey=All&SearchMode=All&NavigationKey=0

That was instock yesterday for an hour or 2 at a time. After quidco £121. Might be in stock some time today. 1-3 day delivery as well, usually 1 day, compared to ebuyer 5 day delivery.
#5
Worth noting that I believe the nVidia 9800GTX is due to drop in price to £125 this week - personally, I prefer nVidia cards as they tend to have better drivers (especially for linux).
#6
Pretty good price. This card is now the best card in terms of price and performance. I recommend anyone looking for a new graphics card to get this. It trounces the 8800GT and reviews have shown it's on par with 9800GTX.

If only I didn't buy a 8800gt from ebuyer a month ago for £100 :( would have definitely paid extra for this
#7
FD3S
Pretty good price. This card is now the best card in terms of price and performance. I recommend anyone looking for a new graphics card to get this. It trounces the 8800GT and reviews have shown it's on par with 9800GTX.

If only I didn't buy a 8800gt from ebuyer a month ago for £100 :( would have definitely paid extra for this


Which reveiws did you use. Having a look at it it is getting a mixed reception. Also there is a possibility of a GTX+ to combat this and a price drop of the GTX to bring them inline. Havinjg just bought a 8800GT i would say just get the card you need and don't just buy one cause it is new, as within a month there will be something to better it or a price drop. Impulse buys on Graphics cards are bad things.
#8
newbie1001
Where did you get this info. The reveiws i have read show it on par with the 8800 GTs.


http://www.fudzilla.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=8023&Itemid=1

that's the review I read. It's only a couple of FPS slower than the 9800GTX in the games they tested
#9
A price drop is around the corner especially with the revised 9800GTX+ available soon, like what newbie1001 mentioned.

Regarding the new 4850 better than the 8800GT ... it's more on par with it, if the reviews I'm reading are anything to go by. Here is one of the reviews that I found.
#10
From what I’ve seen the pecking order is:

9800 GTX+
HD 4850 GDDR3
9800 GTX
8800 GT 512MB

It depends on what games you use, at what resolutions and with what settings of course which is why reviews vary so much.
#11
anti5580
A price drop is around the corner especially with the revised 9800GTX+ available soon, like what newbie1001 mentioned.

Regarding the new 4850 better than the 8800GT ... it's more on par with it, if the reviews I'm reading are anything to go by. Here is one of the reviews that I found.


http://www.pcper.com/images/reviews/580/crysis-1600h-bar.jpg

The 8800GT in the review is OCX and not the normal... Its even better than a 9800GTX according to the review :oops:. HD4850 offers lots of overclocking potential as it has a very small TDP. I'm sure an OCed version will beat 8800GT.

This card is the best value for money card you can get in the market atm, no doubt bout that...
#12
Agharta
From what I’ve seen the pecking order is:

9800 GTX+
HD 4850 GDDR3
9800 GTX
8800 GT 512MB

It depends on what games you use, at what resolutions and with what settings of course which is why reviews vary so much.


Look right to me.

Great find op.
#13
Great deal!
#14
Looks a good deal to me.
#15
anti5580
A price drop is around the corner especially with the revised 9800GTX+ available soon, like what newbie1001 mentioned.

Regarding the new 4850 better than the 8800GT ... it's more on par with it, if the reviews I'm reading are anything to go by. Here is one of the reviews that I found.


The 8800gt used in that review was heavily overclocked. Bare in mind the 4850 was at stock speeds. This how it goes. 9800gtx+ > 4850 > 9800gtx > 8800gt
#16
As has been mentioned, Nvidia are going to release another new card next month, the 9800GTX+. To see how it compares to the HD 4850, here's a review/comparison over on Legit Reviews:

http://www.legitreviews.com/article/731/1/
#18
voted hot, What a Fantastic price but I'm looking for a sub £100 bargain and hopefully now these will push the price down of other graphics cards. If I can get a 9600GT under £80 I'd be incredibly happy with that.
#19
Excellent as usual daggy!!

Heat and rep added http://forums.itv.com/emoticons/emotion-5.gif.
#20
You can already get a 9600GT for £85 from Novatech, so not far to fall ^^
#21
Good price heat added.

I nearly bought it in a couple of occasions but it's just not much of an upgrade coming from heavily oced 8800GT. Plus there isn't any decent game coming out soon that's really demanding.

Not to mention all the trouble getting extra thermal tape and transfer my accelero s1 to the new card. Really want to get it just to play with but I really shouldn't.

These aren't selling as fast I thought too - only 6 sold between now and last night.
#22
So is the the extra cash worth it over an overclocked 8800GT or 8800GTX (I've heard the performance between an 8800 and a 9800 are small & taking into account the price drops next week) bearing in mind I'll probably have to shell out for a third party cooler for it & I'm only gaming at a resolution of 1280x1024.

I don't know anyone with either of these cards and the reviews are so varied it's hard to make a decision, thanks to all!
#23
Edit : Nonsense !
#24
This is £132.66 now..

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