Sapphire Radeon HD 3850 512MB DDR3 PCIE Dual DVI £58.87 Delivered - HotUKDeals
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I know this is now considered a budget card, but for the money its pretty good & I would say It's hard to beat, dont think ive seen a 3850 512mb card quite this cheap till now!
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#1
plus £6 delivery = £58.87
£49.99 here http://www.ebuyer.com/product/139617
cold from me
#2
To the morons voting this cold "AS USUAL" ebuyer are selling this same card @ £84.99

Check link: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/138827

The cheapeat I could find it online was over £70 so if you can get it cheaper fine, vote it cold - but dont just vote it cold because you dont like the card or because you get some kind of good feeling within yourself by going around voting posts cold.

This place doesnt change at all does it!
#3
bearman3784
plus £6 delivery = £58.87
£49.99 here http://www.ebuyer.com/product/139617
cold from me


Granted, not a Sapphire though is it? :roll:
#4
CruisingComet
Granted, not a Sapphire though is it? :roll:


£10 extra to have sapphire written on the box?
#5
It looks like the RAM may be clocked higher than on the Power color one, so it may be worth the extra.
#6
I wish I could say some clever,but I can't :-(
It's no use for laptop,right?
#7
only to prop it up to reduce RSI, I'm afraid.
#8
A nice gfx card for a very good price.
Heat n rep!
#9
good price and sapphire are fairly decent for a budget brand, (from having a few of their cards) probably top of the cheapies.
The one highlighted above is a 256mb version so no comparison
#10
Not a bad price for the card despite ebuyer having a cheaper brand. Hot for me.
#11
maddogb
good price and sapphire are fairly decent for a budget brand, (from having a few of their cards) probably top of the cheapies.
The one highlighted above is a 256mb version so no comparison


?? the ebuyer one is 512mb too
#12
bearman3784
?? the ebuyer one is 512mb too


sorry didn't check but as you both posted links to ebuyer prods at diff prices assumed that would be why.
As it is ,you really can't compare two different makes and call them the same product even with the same chipset there can be huge differences in how the manuf's have stuck to reference design etc
Its a bit like saying a merc is the same as a mondeo cos they both have 4 doors etc
#13
maddogb
sorry didn't check but as you both posted links to ebuyer prods at diff prices assumed that would be why.
As it is ,you really can't compare two different makes and call them the same product even with the same chipset there can be huge differences in how the manuf's have stuck to reference design etc
Its a bit like saying a merc is the same as a mondeo cos they both have 4 doors etc

oops pressed wrong button
#14
maddogb
there can be huge differences in how the manuf's have stuck to reference design etc


You mean apart from the performance and noise level?

Besides, even if there are the question still stands. What does the sapphire card have that makes it worth paying the extra £10 for?
#15
Dont foget quidco .... up to 4%...........
#16
the ebuyer one is now £69.99 so hot for this!

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