XFX 7900GS 450M 256MB DDR3 dual DVI HDTV Out PCI-E Graphics Card £39.95 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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This is a great price for a card that's comparable to an 8800GS when running Windows XP.

A 256-bit memory interface and fast GDDR3 memory enable blazing graphics performance with the quality set to max so you don't have to choose between frame rates and image quality. Need a break from gaming? The GeForce 7900 GPU also delivers smooth, high-definition video playback and crisp picture quality thanks to its advanced NVIDIA PureVideo technology. If you are searching for an extreme HD gaming and video experience on the PC, look no further than a Geforce 7900 GPU.

GPU - Nvidia 7900GS
Memory Size - 256MB
Memory Type - DDR3
Clock Rate - 450MHz
Memory Clock - 1.32GHz
Memory Bus - 256bit
Pixels Per Clock (Peak) - 20
Bus Type - PCI-Express




Specifications
Specification Value
Product Description XFX Geforce 7900GS - graphics adapter - GF 7900 GS - 256 MB
Device Type Graphics adapter
Interface Type PCI Express x16
Dimensions (WxDxH) 21 cm x 11.4 cm x 1.9 cm
Graphics Processor / Vendor NVIDIA GeForce 7900 GS
Core Clock Speed 450 MHz
Video Memory Installed ( Max ) 256 MB - GDDR3 SDRAM
Video Output 2560 x 1600
Max Monitors Supported 2
TV Interface HDTV out
Compliant Standards RoHS
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#1
Has anyone got any experience of this card ?, im looking for a noise less graphics card as i have my pc plugged into my plasma in the front room to improve graphics when i watch downloaded tv programs
#2
its not comparable to an 8800GS at all
the 8800gs is way more powerfull
#3
arnold.rimmer
its not comparable to an 8800GS at all
the 8800gs is way more powerfull


Only when running Vista and a DX10 game. In XP there's not a huge difference, and XP dosen't do DX10.
#4
Desp
Has anyone got any experience of this card ?, im looking for a noise less graphics card as i have my pc plugged into my plasma in the front room to improve graphics when i watch downloaded tv programs


This would make it totally sillent. Costs around £15:

http://www.arctic-cooling.com/vga2.php?idx=138
#5
Do not believe the hype about this being as good for high-end gaming, but this is still a good price for a 8600 equivalent. No where near equivalent to a 8800.
#6
i got one of these in my HP media centre and its great. no problems at all running all the latest games:thumbsup:
#7
Desp
Has anyone got any experience of this card ?, im looking for a noise less graphics card as i have my pc plugged into my plasma in the front room to improve graphics when i watch downloaded tv programs


Here you go http://www.shop.bt.com/productview.aspx?quicklinx=4YRJ
Performance per £ for a silent card it is hard to beat. (remember Quidco)
#8
I used the pre overclocked version of the xfx 7900gs card for a year. it was very good, played crysis on a mixture of low/med settings, scored @ 5600 in 3dmark06
I bought the cheap asus 8800gs off ebuyer last week, now sold out, and it gets @ 9800 pts on 3dmark06.
have not tried any games yt as only installed 2 days ago

the 7900gs is a great card for that price, but it was much noisier and much hotter than the 8800gs
I would not buy a 7900gs at current prices, instead look for a 512mb versions of 3850 @£65, or look for a 8800gs @£70 if funds do not stretch to a £90 8800 gt or a £112 4850

you pays your money and takes your choice
#9
So, would this do for a media pc build to replay blu ray and 720p downloaded TV ep's ect ??
#10
steve1221
So, would this do for a media pc build to replay blu ray and 720p downloaded TV ep's ect ??


Yes it will play high def great, I had one and used it for that very purpose.

Note though that the fan is very noisy on these and mine ran at 100% all the time. Very annoying indeed.

No way to turn it down. not with rivatuner, speedfan or by flashing the bios.

Only a problem with xfx version IIRC.

So in summary, good performance for the price but very noisy. Needs an aftermarket cooler really, at extra cost.....
#11
steve1221
So, would this do for a media pc build to replay blu ray and 720p downloaded TV ep's ect ??


Desp
Has anyone got any experience of this card ?, im looking for a noise less graphics card as i have my pc plugged into my plasma in the front room to improve graphics when i watch downloaded tv programs


This is an old high-end card. i.e. high power draw, lots of heat and a fan. For HTPC use a low end new card like a 3450 or an 8500GT is a much better choice, especially if you get a passive one with a big heatsink instead of a fan, unless you want gaming performance as well.
#12
I have a 7800gt in my mums media centre and is fine for all her games, but useless for high def films. It seems I should have put one of the HD 38xx cards in their or a newer Nvidia to help HD playback. At the moment its pure processor power performing the playback.
#13
EndlessWaves
This is an old high-end card. i.e. high power draw, lots of heat and a fan. For HTPC use a low end new card like a 3450 or an 8500GT is a much better choice, especially if you get a passive one with a big heatsink instead of a fan, unless you want gaming performance as well.


So, would this one be better ??
http://www.aria.co.uk/SuperSpecials/Other+products/MSI+GeForce+8500GT+256MB+HDMI+Low-Profile+Silent+PCI-E+?productId=30971&rqcType=q#rqc

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