XFX 9800GT 512MB DDR3 Dual DVI Graphics Card £74.98 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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GFX card Blown, can't afford an extra 40-50 for a 260, decent alternative if your not chasing the spec sheet

The XFX NVIDIA GeForce® 9800 GT powers extreme HD gaming and entertainment, setting a standard far beyond expectations both in price and performance. Watch as we reveal things you've never experienced, pushing your gaming to limits you never knew existed.

GPU - 9800GT
Memory Size - 512MB
Memory Type - DDR3
Memory Bus - 256
Memory Speed - 1400 Mhz
GPU Clock - 550 Mhz
Bus Type - PCI-E 2.0
Thermal Solution - FANSINK
Minimum Power Supply Requirement - 400W with 1 x 6-pin power connector
Outputs - HDTV, Dual-Link DVI
Feature - 128-bit High Dynamic-Range Rendering Lumenex Engine Quantum Engine DirectX 10 support SLI Support HDCP Capable
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#1
Its an average deal, you can pick up the 4850 for the same price and sometimes cheaper, which is a better card, this is not the GTX, its the GT.

The GTS 250 can be had for as little as £79 now too, its smaller and runs much cooler, so this is not a hot deal.
#2
I voted cold, you can also get an HD 4850 for less than this, which is a much faster card.

This HD4830 OC is on par with this card

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/168812#

for £61
#3
Ive got a 8800gt ...what card should I be looking at around the 100 -150 mark to replace it....and would it be significantly faster?
#4
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Ive got a 8800gt ...what card should I be looking at around the 100 -150 mark to replace it....and would it be significantly faster?


http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/1GB-Sapphire-HD-4850-X2-PCI-E-20-(x16)-1986MHz-GDDR3-GPU-625MHz-1600-Cores-4x-DVI-I-HDTV

That would be your best "bang 4 buck" for £150. you would certainly notice a difference.

If you cant use that card, the 4890 is good for £150

http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/1GB-HiS-HD-4890-PCI-E-20-(x16)-Mem-3600MHz-GDDR5-GPU-850MHz-Cores-800-2x-DL-DVI-I-HDTV

Here is an old chart, the 4850 X2 is like the 9800GTX SLI
#5
Looks like a good deal.
Heat added

Is this the best single slot graphics card available?

If anyone has any other suggestions plese post in the following deal request thread of mine...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/458932/best-single-slot-graphics-card

Thanks :thumbsup:
#6
We've got people here talking about "bang for buck" then talking about cards twice the price !:whistling:
Bought one, along with the Pentium dual core 2.8 a Gigabyte MB 4gb ddr2, a new 1tb Samsung HD for a cheap upgrade to my current AMD dual 4200.

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