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Sapphire HD 5830 XTREME 1GB GDDR5 DVI HDMI Mini DisplayPort PCI-E Graphics Card - £76.79 Delivered @ Ebuyer

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Product Description Hailed as the most exciting development in graphics for several generations, the original SAPPHIRE HD 5800 series not only included the fastest single GPU available, but was also… Read More
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Product Description
Hailed as the most exciting development in graphics for several generations, the original SAPPHIRE HD 5800 series not only included the fastest single GPU available, but was also the first family of video cards in the world to support the advanced graphical features of Microsoft DirectX 11 and multi-monitor displays in Eyefinity mode. Now it’s back – with the exciting new SAPPHIRE HD 5800 series Xtreme Editions!


Specification


Output

1 x Dual-Link DVI
1 x HDMI
1 x Mini-DisplayPort

GPU

800 MHz Core Clock
40 nm Chip
1120 x Stream Processors

Memory

1024 MB Size
256 -bit GDDR5
4000 MHz Effective

Software

Driver CD
SAPPHIRE TriXX Utility

Accessory

DVI to VGA Adapter
6 PIN to 4 PIN Power Cable x 2


System Requirements


PCI Express® based PC is required with one X16 lane graphics slot available on the motherboard.
500 Watt Power Supply is required.
600 Watt Power Supply is recommended for CrossFireX™ System.
2 X 75Watt 6-pin PCI Express power connector is required.
4 X 75 Watt 6-pin PCI Express power connector is required for CrossFireX™ system.
1024 MB Minimum of system memory.
Installation software requires CD-ROM drive.
DVD playback requires DVD drive.
Blu-ray™ / HD DVD playback requires Blu-ray / HD DVD drive.
For an AMD CrossFireX™ system, a second same AMD Radeon™ graphics card, an AMD CrossFireX™ Ready motherboard and one AMD CrossFireX Bridge Interconnect cable per graphics card (optional) are required.
To support 3 displays, one of the monitors has to support DisplayPort.
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#1
Great value at this price, card is more powerful than HD 4890, HD 5770 etc has Vapor X cooling with DX11 etc, excellent in crossfire,

Unboxing video, here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=si8RCd_dyBs

If your looking for new GPU, with budget around £80 this card is an absolute bargain!

2 of these in crossfire (£153.58) beats GTX 580 (£360) and approaches GTX 590 (£560) levels! :-D

http://www.kitguru.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/Avp2.png
http://www.kitguru.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/3dmark-11.png






Edited By: Hanktank on Apr 27, 2011 21:59: ...
#2
Would love to. If only I had the PSU for it.:) hot.
#3
I paid £130.00 for mine, nice card. Heat.
#4
Chippy8
I paid £130.00 for mine, nice card. Heat.


If I didn't already have HD 6990, I would grab two of these for crossfire, amazing value imo

Edited By: Hanktank on Apr 27, 2011 21:42
#5
http://www.phoronix.com/data/img/results/sapphire_hd5830/5.png
http://www.phoronix.com/data/img/results/sapphire_hd5830/6.png

Screens taken from this review here - http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=sapphire_hd5830&num=1


Edited By: Hanktank on Apr 28, 2011 00:01: ...
#6
Double post, oops

Edited By: Hanktank on Apr 27, 2011 21:56
#7
How its performing comparing to XFX 5830 http://www.ebuyer.com/product/263858 ?
#8
Narkodrom
How its performing comparing to XFX 5830 http://www.ebuyer.com/product/263858 ?


That's what I'd like to know, also I'm looking to build a budget gaming pc based around one of these cards, what is the cheapest psu that will be suitable for one of these cards with a core i3 2100 sandybridge processor, and a couple of sata drives?

Many Thanks:D
#9
fryster
Narkodrom
How its performing comparing to XFX 5830 http://www.ebuyer.com/product/263858 ?


That's what I'd like to know, also I'm looking to build a budget gaming pc based around one of these cards, what is the cheapest psu that will be suitable for one of these cards with a core i3 2100 sandybridge processor, and a couple of sata drives?

Many Thanks:D


same here .. have a pretty swift quad core system at the moment with a basic graphics card, would upgrade but no idea what PSU I would need :|
#10
Thanks! Hanktank ordered. Heat
2 Likes #11
toonarmani
fryster
Narkodrom
How its performing comparing to XFX 5830 http://www.ebuyer.com/product/263858 ?


That's what I'd like to know, also I'm looking to build a budget gaming pc based around one of these cards, what is the cheapest psu that will be suitable for one of these cards with a core i3 2100 sandybridge processor, and a couple of sata drives?

Many Thanks:D


same here .. have a pretty swift quad core system at the moment with a basic graphics card, would upgrade but no idea what PSU I would need :|


Corsair TX650 PSU

Edited By: stealthx on Apr 27, 2011 22:28
#12
OK, here's a question for you guys:

1 x 1GB XFX HD 6870

or

2 x 1GB XFX HD 5830

It works out about the same price, but which setup would be better?
#13
Is this another misprice?
#14
Iridium
OK, here's a question for you guys:

1 x 1GB XFX HD 6870

or

2 x 1GB XFX HD 5830

It works out about the same price, but which setup would be better?

Especially for your OP posted screenshot comparing cards. Check the first/second post. You'll see that 2 x 5830 outperforms 6870, but consumes more energy while under load.


lstskr
Is this another misprice?

no

stealthx
toonarmani
fryster
Narkodrom
How its performing comparing to XFX 5830 http://www.ebuyer.com/product/263858 ?


That's what I'd like to know, also I'm looking to build a budget gaming pc based around one of these cards, what is the cheapest psu that will be suitable for one of these cards with a core i3 2100 sandybridge processor, and a couple of sata drives?

Many Thanks:D


same here .. have a pretty swift quad core system at the moment with a basic graphics card, would upgrade but no idea what PSU I would need :|


Corsair TX650 PSU

Look for quality 500-600w psu's
Although even good 450w can do. (if core i3). It's all depends on your config :)

Edited By: Narkodrom on Apr 27, 2011 22:44
#15
Good price for a good card. Hot.
Thanks for the post.
#16
[/quote]
Look for quality 500-600w psu's
Although even good 450w can do. (if core i3). It's all depends on your config :)
[/quote]

That's what I was hoping someone would say, how about this 450w Antec psu:Your text here
1 Like #17
fryster
fryster
fryster

Look for quality 500-600w psu's
Although even good 450w can do. (if core i3). It's all depends on your config :)


That's what I was hoping someone would say, how about this 450w Antec psu:Your text here

If I see correct from the picture, it has two 12v rails rated at 18 amps each. So in theory no problem.Check what is printed on your psu.
But if under load it would cut out, change psu immediately, coz may damage your system, rarely, but happens


Edited By: Narkodrom on Apr 27, 2011 22:57
#18
Narkodrom
fryster

Look for quality 500-600w psu's
Although even good 450w can do. (if core i3). It's all depends on your config :)



Many Thanks, just one more question, would I better paying a little bit more and getting this 550w one (both rated 80% plus efficiency) Powercool 550w



Edited By: fryster on Apr 27, 2011 23:05
#19
fryster
Narkodrom
fryster

Look for quality 500-600w psu's
Although even good 450w can do. (if core i3). It's all depends on your config :)



Many Thanks, just one more question, would I better paying a little bit more and getting this 550w one (both rated 80% plus efficiency) Powercool 550w



no, powercool, kinda underpowered comparing to antec. Check the current. Antec 12V1: 18A, 12V2: 18A. Powercool 13 and 14 amps respectively.
Antec much better buy. But, if you think powercool 550w is better than antec coz its 550w over 450w, it's up to you mate. I would buy antec ;)



Edited By: Narkodrom on Apr 27, 2011 23:19
#20
Many thanks, I'll go with the Antec, thanks for the replies and advice
#21
fryster
Many thanks, I'll go with the Antec, thanks for the replies and advice

You're welcome =)
2 Likes #22
cold as i got my monitor cancelled due to 'system error', no more ebuyer
#23
good price for this card!
only a slight upgrade from my 4870, so il wait for those 'get rid' 5870's to hit £100 and then buy :D!
#24
Worthy upgrade for a Nvidia 9800GT?
#25
im so tempted to buy 2 of these and build a new gaming desktop...
#27
If this is faster than a GTX 460 and the 460 is twice the price, then what's the catch :? ?
#28
WOULD THIS BE A GOOD UPGRADE FROM A 4850 512 ?
#29
montblanc
If this is faster than a GTX 460 and the 460 is twice the price, then what's the catch :? ?


No catch, Sapphire have re-relased these cards in order to clear Cypress stock, brand new design using Vapor X coolers, wont be available for very long I imagine, would grab them while you can. If I didn't already have my HD 6990 would def get two for these for Crossfire. 2 of these beat an overclocked GTX 580! See the pics in first few posts. Great value imo

SHEEPFACE
WOULD THIS BE A GOOD UPGRADE FROM A 4850 512 ?


Yes, Double the memory (1GB), Vapor X cooling, DX11 etc. Very cheap card for what it can do.

Edited By: Hanktank on Apr 27, 2011 23:47
#30

depend on power supply installed there. Otherwise no problems
#31
I see, anybody know if this is particularly quiet at idle? I'm very sensitive to fan noise and I've got a Radeon X1950 which is very quiet and so I'm wary about upgrading to something better if it's a roaring beast :p

Edited By: montblanc on Apr 27, 2011 23:57
#32
montblanc
If this is faster than a GTX 460 and the 460 is twice the price, then what's the catch :? ?

the catch is that the benchmark used a GTX 460 SE which is a crappy over-priced cut down version of the GTX460.
the real 1gb 460's should beat this unless this is factory OC'd to hell and back

Edited By: lucas4 on Apr 28, 2011 00:01
#33
montblanc
I see, anybody know if this is particularly quiet at idle? I'm very sensitive to fan noise and I've got a Radeon X1950 which is very quiet and so I'm wary about upgrading to something better if it's a roaring beast :p

http://www.kitguru.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/acoustics-performance6.png
#34
A proper GTX 460 which is the 1GB version is faster than the 5830.

"2 of these in crossfire (£153.58) beats GTX 580 (£360) and approaches GTX 590 (£560) levels! :-D". I think Hanktank was getting a little overexcited.

2x 5830 absolutely do NOT approach GTX 590 levels, which is even evidenced by the benchmarks posted. However if like me you have a crap card (8800GT/9800GT) by modern standards, then this will be a decent upgrade and voted hot because the price is excellent. These will sell out. Thanks to the op for posting the deal. If only I played games then I'd get one, sadly completely useless for me unless it was a cuda based card.


Edited By: fishmaster on Apr 28, 2011 00:06
#35
Checking the prices,
here - http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B003VJW0WS/ref=asc_df_B003VJW0WS2705086?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=****&linkCode=asn&creative=22206&creativeASIN=B003VJW0WS
and here - http://www.ebuyer.com/product/227172 etc, you can almost get 2 x HD 5830 xtreme's for around £15 - £20 more than 1 x GTX 460. Two x HD 5830's xtreme's are beating even overclocked GTX 580's. Great value as a single card or even better in crossfire if you have a rig that can do it.

Edited By: Hanktank on Apr 28, 2011 00:06
#36
same price at over clockers .co.uk


Edited By: thedynasty on Apr 28, 2011 00:06
#37
Narkodrom

[img]


Is that good or bad? X)
#38
fishmaster
A proper GTX 460 which is the 1GB version is faster than the 5830.

"2 of these in crossfire (£153.58) beats GTX 580 (£360) and approaches GTX 590 (£560) levels! :-D". I think Hanktank was getting a little overexcited.

2x 5830 absolutely do NOT approach GTX 590 levels, which is even evidenced by the benchmarks posted. However if like me you have a crap card (8800GT/9800GT) by modern standards, then this will be a decent upgrade and voted hot because the price is excellent. These will sell out. Thanks to the op for posting the deal. If only I played games then I'd get one, sadly completely useless for me unless it was a cuda based card.



haha your right did get excited lol, I almost wanna send back my HD 6990 to grab two of these save a few hundred pounds lol. I wouldn't really though my HD 6990 is a beast ;-)

To show you what I meant by approaching GTX 590 levels, check the screen below, 2 x HD 5830 xtreme's is only 13fps less minimum fps than GTX 590 and 24fps less at maxium fps, this whilst saving £400 odd! Pretty good value haha

http://i53.tinypic.com/jqjn9s.png
#39
Hot!

My new GTX460 looks slow all of a sudden.

Edited By: SUMMONER on Apr 28, 2011 00:21
#40
lucas4
montblanc
If this is faster than a GTX 460 and the 460 is twice the price, then what's the catch :? ?

the catch is that the benchmark used a GTX 460 SE which is a crappy over-priced cut down version of the GTX460.
the real 1gb 460's should beat this unless this is factory OC'd to hell and back

One of the benchmarks used a 'GTX 460 se' like you said, however this benchmark used a GTX 460 1GB 'Overclocked' model, the HD 5830 xtreme just edges past it.

http://i52.tinypic.com/mi169t.png



Edited By: Hanktank on Apr 28, 2011 00:22

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