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CCL Exclusive: Includes 2 FREE PC Games, Lost Planet: Extreme Condition & Deus Ex: Human Revolution

Overview

Enjoy the latest gaming titles with this fully Microsoft DirectX® 11-compatible GPU which offers mind-blowing lifelike HD graphic detail and real Stereoscopic 3D gaming, for a truly immersive HD gaming experience. Now with AMD App Acceleration, you can power through even the most bandwidth-hungry media rich applications with blazing speeds. Whether it's gaming or productivity, this card can do it all.

Specification

GPU Clock 850 MHz
Memory Bus 128 bit
Memory Clock 4.8 GHz
Memory Size 1 GB
Memory Type DDR5
External Power - 6-Pins 1
Minimum Power Supply Requirement 500 Watt
Output - DL-DVI 1
Output - HDMI 1
Output - VGA 1
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me1nn1tt3d#1
Its the same price on ebay .
brainbug100#3
Heat just for your avatar ;)
capriboycraig#4
price is good - there rarely much cheaper.

2 free games is fab - horses for courses as to whether one is any good....

2 of these is xfire will max out any game at 1920x1200 with the goodies turned up high if your mobo and cpu can cope.
conor147#5
just get a 6850.

its more expensive, AND the MHz:price ratio is higher.
DarthBlingBling#6
I've got a 4870 that's pretty much on its last legs, the heat sinks are being kept on with bits of card board! Would this card be much of an increase in performance. I'm not a hard core gamer or anything.
blinky 3 Likes #7
The 6850 is only £16 more at novatech and is much better value with higher performance per pound and probably performance per watt. Mhz to price is meaningless as it doesn't take into consideration the difference in the chip architecture or the memory interface differences.
lloydy110#8
I havent seen CCL before, they ok?
southwell65 1 Like #9
I've ordered loads of systems and screens from CCL... They are well established and fine to work with so you can order with confidence but as already suggested by blinky, I'd go for the HD 6850 from Novatech at £89.99 with free delivery, you end up getting the PowerColor model which is £99.99... Unless you really want the games of course!

HD 6850



Edited By: southwell65 on Mar 03, 2012 19:53: Update
davidbrdn 1 Like #10
southwell65
I've ordered loads of systems and screens from CCL... They are well established and fine to work with so you can offer with confidence but as already suggested by blinky, I'd go for the HD 6850 from Novatech at £89.99 with free delivery, you end up getting the PowerColor model which is £99.99... Unless you really want the games of course!

HD 6850


http://www.gameranx.com/img/11-Dec/obama.jpg
southwell65#11
davidbrdn
southwell65
I've ordered loads of systems and screens from CCL... They are well established and fine to work with so you can offer with confidence but as already suggested by blinky, I'd go for the HD 6850 from Novatech at £89.99 with free delivery, you end up getting the PowerColor model which is £99.99... Unless you really want the games of course!

HD 6850


http://www.gameranx.com/img/11-Dec/obama.jpg


lol... Obama Bin Laden!
conor147#12
blinky
The 6850 is only £16 more at novatech and is much better value with higher performance per pound and probably performance per watt. Mhz to price is meaningless as it doesn't take into consideration the difference in the chip architecture or the memory interface differences.


when i said "mhz:price", i was of course talking about the price to performance ratio, as indicated by benchmarks.

but mhz:price, even though that wasnt what i meant, is far from meaningless. it is just not a meta-criteria.
MichaelJ85#13
little confused over Graphics cards, i were looking at the GTI Asus GTX 560I from amazon for 164.99.

supposedly one very good graphics cards for costs and high specs.

although.. would i have any problems installing this on a DEll XPS 8300 ?

Current Card: Nvidia GeForce GT530.

Many Thanks to anyone who takes the time to answer.
southwell65#14
MichaelJ85
little confused over Graphics cards, i were looking at the GTI Asus GTX 560I from amazon for 164.99.

supposedly one very good graphics cards for costs and high specs.

although.. would i have any problems installing this on a DEll XPS 8300 ?

Current Card: Nvidia GeForce GT530.

Many Thanks to anyone who takes the time to answer.


Probably not very helpful but just look at the specs of the 560i and then measure the card you have presently and then judge if there is enough room. Also check if it takes two or one power connector and check what total output your present power supply unit is capable off and how many power connectors you will need, although they often supply molex to eight pins adaptors with the card. You'll need something around 500w upwards I would think. Good luck!

Edited By: southwell65 on Mar 03, 2012 19:52
stealthx#15
MichaelJ85
little confused over Graphics cards, i were looking at the GTI Asus GTX 560I from amazon for 164.99.

supposedly one very good graphics cards for costs and high specs.

although.. would i have any problems installing this on a DEll XPS 8300 ?

Current Card: Nvidia GeForce GT530.

Many Thanks to anyone who takes the time to answer.


[Solved] Dell XPS 8300 460W PSU x Geforce GTX 560 Ti

Upgrading Graphics (GTX 560 Ti) and PSU for XPS 8300
MichaelJ85#16
stealthx
MichaelJ85
little confused over Graphics cards, i were looking at the GTI Asus GTX 560I from amazon for 164.99.

supposedly one very good graphics cards for costs and high specs.

although.. would i have any problems installing this on a DEll XPS 8300 ?

Current Card: Nvidia GeForce GT530.

Many Thanks to anyone who takes the time to answer.


[Solved] Dell XPS 8300 460W PSU x Geforce GTX 560 Ti

Upgrading Graphics (GTX 560 Ti) and PSU for XPS 8300


Danke :)
davidbrdn#17
MichaelJ85
stealthx
MichaelJ85
little confused over Graphics cards, i were looking at the GTI Asus GTX 560I from amazon for 164.99.

supposedly one very good graphics cards for costs and high specs.

although.. would i have any problems installing this on a DEll XPS 8300 ?

Current Card: Nvidia GeForce GT530.

Many Thanks to anyone who takes the time to answer.


[Solved] Dell XPS 8300 460W PSU x Geforce GTX 560 Ti

Upgrading Graphics (GTX 560 Ti) and PSU for XPS 8300


Danke :)

I LOVE this doctor!!


http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3525/3468457041_ea5c619f54.jpg

Edited By: davidbrdn on Mar 03, 2012 20:21
Agharta#18
conor147
blinky
Mhz to price is meaningless as it doesn't take into consideration the difference in the chip architecture or the memory interface differences.
when i said "mhz:price", i was of course talking about the price to performance ratio, as indicated by benchmarks.but mhz:price, even though that wasnt what i meant, is far from meaningless.

Agreed in that MHz per £ by itself is useless and the same goes for CPUs.
MrPuddington#19
I was really looking forward to the HD 7770, but it seems that AMD has an unrealistic expectation of the monetary kind. The 6850 is cheaper and faster... so maybe that's the better option.
davidbrdn#20
MrPuddington
I was really looking forward to the HD 7770, but it seems that AMD has an unrealistic expectation of the monetary kind. The 6850 is cheaper and faster... so maybe that's the better option.

7 is a bigger number u idiot

watchout ur comments bro ^

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