VTX ATI Radeon HD 5850 1024MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card free p&p £205.61 @ Aria - HotUKDeals
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Looks like the ATI 5xxx series are dropping in price, £205.61 inc delivery is as good as it gets at the minute I believe, they also have some other cards at the same price but not inc the delivery, and even got the Asus 5870 at under £300.

Great pricing by Aria shame I bought a sapphire one elsewhere 2 days ago :(
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#1
Nice price! Never heard of VTX, but all the 5850's use the same reference board anyway.
#2
djfluff
Nice price! Never heard of VTX, but all the 5850's use the same reference board anyway.


Yeah makes little difference tbh, if i was buying one now, i just go for the cheapest
#3
djfluff
Nice price! Never heard of VTX, but all the 5850's use the same reference board anyway.


They are EXACTLY the same as PowerColor.

Wouldn't worry about the brand as it's the ref board like you said.
#4
Scorching price for a 5850, cheapest I've seen yet. Looking a little more viable now. Still I'll wait till hte Nvidia GTX 480 fermi GPU is released. Nothing like a bit of healthy competition to drive down prices!
#5
Hot.

I have a quick question though, just a general one really... I have a 4670 and I can play fairly modern games (crysis warhead is the last one I got) at top specs. As well as 1080p video through a hdmi cable to my TV. It only cost me about £60, so what is the point of a £200 card? Do the graphics look even better at maximum, or is it just about futureproofing?
#6
soap_box
Hot.

I have a quick question though, just a general one really... I have a 4670 and I can play fairly modern games (crysis warhead is the last one I got) at top specs. As well as 1080p video through a hdmi cable to my TV. It only cost me about £60, so what is the point of a £200 card? Do the graphics look even better at maximum, or is it just about futureproofing?


You would get better framerates, which makes a difference (to some). You can also go for the xtreme performance options like turning AA all the way up.

According to the developers of AVP, it will look better on one of these than a Ps3/360, due to DX11 goodness. :thumbsup:
#7
djfluff
You would get better framerates, which makes a difference (to some). You can also go for the xtreme performance options like turning AA all the way up.

According to the developers of AVP, it will look better on one of these than a Ps3/360, due to DX11 goodness. :thumbsup:


Most modern games I've played on PS3 or Xbox 360 and then played on my PC, which has a 4870 (a generation behind this mutha) look better on the PC...
#8
Does anyone know when the new nvidia 400 series might be released? Really want a 5850 but seems very expensive at the moment, hoping for a sub £200 price when nvidia are back on the scene.
#9
26th March.

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