Sapphire HD5850 1GB GDDR5 Graphics Card @Amazon - HotUKDeals
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BEST PRICE I SEEN SO FAR :)

Product Features and Technical Details
Product Features

* The Sapphire Radeon HD 5850 is compatible with DirectX 11 to fully immerse you in your favourite video games. It boasts ATI Eyefinity technology, meaning you can use up to 3 screens at the same time. Plus, the Radeon HD 5850 includes 40nm process technology to reduce power consumption. That's not all though! This graphics card is also designed to bring out the best in Windows 7, guaranteeing an unforgettable viewing experience!

* Microsoft DirectX 11 Support
* ATI Eyefinity Technology
* ATI Stream Technology
* 40 nm Process Technology
* Advanced GDDR5 Memory Technology.

Technical Details

I/O Output: Dual DL-DVI-I+DP+HDMI, Triple Display Support
Core Clock: 725 MHz
Memory Clock: Effective 4000 MHz
PCI Express 2.0 x16 bus interface
1024MB /256bit GDDR5 memory interface
Dual Slot Cooler with Auto Fan Control, 2 Ball Bearing
On-board HDMI, supports HDMI 1.3 with High Bitrate Audio
On-board DisplayPort

Saw this think it may be good deal now its under the £200 mark, have one myself very good card and DX11 too :)
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#1
When they are in stock.
#2
Gort1951
When they are in stock.


Still saying in stock
#3
Says 2-4 weeks for delivery now...
#4
Kafkaesque
Says 2-4 weeks for delivery now...


Soon went fast at that price but still worth the wait if you can get one at the price above
#5
extremely hot for that price though espepcially as it's a dx11 card
#6
Great price, I just missed out on the ebuyer deal! I'd rather have an extra fiver than Dirt 2 anyway.

I've been checking the amazon deal regularly since the weekend, and it's said 2-4 weeks delivery every time I've been there. Hopefully this £200 price point will start to appear on a few other sites too.

Still, I'm in no rush so I put an order in!
#7
I put this in a system I built for my friend, It's amazing to say the least lol :-D
#8
Wasn't this posted a week or so ago?
#9
Nope that was the 5870 for £267.50 which I'm still hoping will come back in stock at some point before the sun goes cold.
#10
reaper200
Wasn't this posted a week or so ago?


are you thinking about the Sapphire HD5870 VAPOR-X OC Graphics Card deal?

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0036DD4E2/
#11
hows this compare to a 4890? apart from DX11
#12
polly69
hows this compare to a 4890? apart from DX11


If you have the 4890 then don't bother upgrading unless you want DX11....
#13
Oh yeah, it was the 5870. I just remembered replying to a thread about a 5800 series card.
#14
would this be a good card to fit into that cheap dell deal that was going around a few days ago?
#15
twe
If you have the 4890 then don't bother upgrading unless you want DX11....


What are you talking about? This beats the 4890 by a good margin, better performance scaling when running cross fire, runs a lot cooler, requires less power and can be overclocked for even more performance! Performance with AA on is even better and to have the ability to drive 3 monitors feels good even though its not practical!!:thumbsup:
#16
bignastyguy
would this be a good card to fit into that cheap dell deal that was going around a few days ago?


no chance, this will need a lot bigger than the 350W the dell came with, ati recommends a 600w - so might just get away with a 500w - not worth the risk though! unless u have a 500w and don't mind upgrading to 600 if it doesn't
#17
The recommended psu for this is 500W not 600W(thats for crossfire) I was running a c2d E8200 4x1gb pc-6400 and 2 500gb hard drives on a coolermaster 460W psu and had no problems.
#18
caleb
What are you talking about? This beats the 4890 by a good margin, better performance scaling when running cross fire, runs a lot cooler, requires less power and can be overclocked for even more performance! Performance with AA on is even better and to have the ability to drive 3 monitors feels good even though its not practical!!:thumbsup:


Its not worth the £200 upgrade if you have a 4890 that you probably paid £200 or so in the first place for..... His 4890 might be overclockable too. If I had the 4890 then I would wait and see what Nvidia comes out with if I have money burning in my pocket.....
#19
I have this card and it is amazing, blows the crap out of BC2
#20
I assume there's not really anything else out there at the mo that can beat this compared with the price?.
#21
twe
Its not worth the £200 upgrade if you have a 4890 that you probably paid £200 or so in the first place for..... His 4890 might be overclockable too. If I had the 4890 then I would wait and see what Nvidia comes out with if I have money burning in my pocket.....


Absolutely. This is a better card sure, but as the 4890 can still run pretty much everything on max there's no point in upgrading just yet. Be a waste of money.
#22
Awsome card the 5850. I bought a Gigabyte one and flashed it with a MSI bios. Using MSI's afterburner tool, it overclocks to be nearly as fast as a 5870 !
#23
jdmoyers
Absolutely. This is a better card sure, but as the 4890 can still run pretty much everything on max there's no point in upgrading just yet. Be a waste of money.


I have neither yet though just a old 7900GTX, im moving across to gaming and looking for something that can mutalate Empire total war ect.
#24
Excuse emy ignorance, but what benefits you get from this card over a £50 gfx card one? I have a cheap gfx and can run Batman Arkham Asylum in the high detail with no problem whatsoever ...
#25
Back up to £300 :(
#26
The 5870 is less than £300 on ebay
#27
Titanium
Excuse emy ignorance, but what benefits you get from this card over a £50 gfx card one? I have a cheap gfx and can run Batman Arkham Asylum in the high detail with no problem whatsoever ...


It depends on the games you play although your £50 graphics card may be able to play Batman fairly well, it probably won't be able to play Crysis at a screen resolution of 1920x1200 with all the settings on maximum very efficiently, if it does then please post the make and model because I would like to buy 5 :D.

DarrylJohn
The 5870 is less than £300 on ebay


With average shipping costs of about £15 - £20 :(.
#28
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sapphire-HD5850-VAPOR-X-Graphics-Card/dp/B0036Z3Y5O/ref=pd_cp_ce_1

Amazon also have these on pre-order, if you missed this deal. £20 more (£218), but it's the Vapour-X version, which come pre-overclocked, 735/4200 vs 725/4000
Nicer cooler too. Personally I'd plump for this one if I was spending that much anyway ...
#29
BBU
It depends on the games you play although your £50 graphics card may be able to play Batman fairly well, it probably won't be able to play Crysis at a screen resolution of 1920x1200 with all the settings on maximum very efficiently, if it does then please post the make and model because I would like to buy 5 :D.



With average shipping costs of about £15 - £20 :(.


Well I ran Crysis a long time ago. That time I had this problem of overheating of gfx, so eventually I fitted a good fan over gfx. But even at that time, it ran pretty well! I vaguely remember that I did not max on EVERYTHING, but I was impressed at the graphics!
I bought HIS HD 2600XT iSilenceIII 256MB for £30-ish, but I had to buy a good fan for it too, so it ended up below £50.
In Batman everything is maxed, except the Nvidia Physique which is not supported by the gfx card.
#30
Ordered one of these from Amazon 25th Feb for £194.52 :roll: just ****** at having to wait on the stock comming in.... I got £200 burning a hole in my pocket if I find any in stock at that price.

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