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Great price for this card. The 2 free games are a bonus!

to order. Quicklynx code : 750DYM

Listed as a "weekend deal" so be quick if you want one!

SPECIFICATIONS
Chipset ATI Radeon HD 5870
GPU Radeon HD 5870
Bus Type PCI-E 2.1
GPU Clock 850 MHz
Stream Processing Units 1600
Memory Bus 256-bits
Memory Bus 256-bits
Memory Type DDR5
Memory Size 1.0 GB
Memory Speed 4.8 GHz
Thermal Solution FANSINK
Minimum Power Supply Requirement 500 Watt
External Power Requirement 6-pin power connector

OUTPUTS
DVI 2
Dual-Link Support YES
HDMI 1
Display Port 1
Max Supported Resolution (DIGITAL) 2560 x 1600
Max Supported Resolution (ANALOG) 2048 x 1536
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#1
Link To offer

Some reason link in post not working..
#2
It's been doing this a lot recently - hot btw
#3
Looks like Dabs in on Quidco soon
#4
This card is still fairly high-end, despite the slew of new cards from Nvidia / AMD (I still call them ATI!)
http://img.hexus.net/v2/graphics_cards/amd/69501GB/Graphs/BC1.png
(note the min fps actually beats the 6970 , in this test anyway)

Edited By: djfluff on Feb 26, 2011 10:30: .
#5
Good deal but, just a heads up, these cards are massive! May be worth checking you have room in your PC buying buying one **here speaks the voice of experience**

oO
#6
Has anyone actually bought one? My experience with Dabs is that they never have any stock for these deals they have.

EDIT: On the Dabs site =

Don't worry, it's not you, it's us...
We’re carrying out a major system upgrade this weekend, so our website is temporarily unavailable.


How effing convenient...


Jaffo
Good deal but, just a heads up, these cards are massive! May be worth checking you have room in your PC buying buying one **here speaks the voice of experience**oO
I didn't check before buying mine yonks ago, about 2mm gap between card and HDD cage, haha.




Edited By: jukkie on Feb 26, 2011 19:58
1 Like #7
website down for maintenance...
#8
I bought a 5870 last year but paid £330 for it, man I hate being a PC gamer sometimes
#9
baconsandwich
website down for maintenance...


Did you not read the original post ?
#10
Anyone buying an XFX branded card should be made aware of their extremely poor customer service should they ever have a problem with the card.

I've read recently that some etailers have stopped selling their cards as XFX refused to honor European warranties and demand that the card be shipped back to Canada at the owners cost and it's hit and miss if you'll receive a working replacement any time soon after that.

Best to Google 'XFX European Warranty' first before you decide to buy!
#11
djfluff
baconsandwich
website down for maintenance...
Did you not read the original post ?

Why not put that info in the title as I missed it also! If it's a phone only deal that's key information.
#12
good deal if you can sell the games
#13
Id buy this instantly if it wasn't xfx :(!

If it breaks a few months down the line, I don't fancy having a £160 paper weight, coz xfx ain't gonna replace it :/!
#14
If this was Sapphire or EVGA then i'd be all over this, but I refuse to give XFX any more of my money.

Great price, poor brand.
#15
Hmm fancy this but also thinking about the MSI 6950 (Flashable to 6970) on OcUK for £197, at the moment I'm using a GTX 460, even considering a GTX480.

Any recommendations?
#16
gdwelsh
Hmm fancy this but also thinking about the MSI 6950 (Flashable to 6970) on OcUK for £197, at the moment I'm using a GTX 460, even considering a GTX480.

Any recommendations?

I have GTX 480 from OCUK and I love it. I think that £200 for such a card is a very good price.
With my i5-760 can play any game on high details. Medal of honor 2010 with 32CSAA look like movie. All edges nice and sharp.
People where moaning regarding temperature on GTX 480 my never reached higher temp than 76 degrees in warm room when playing Metro 2033.
HD 6950 is also good card but no Physic-X so.....but if you can live without it then no problem.
#17
xfx are awful dont waste your money
#18
DownHill911
gdwelsh
Hmm fancy this but also thinking about the MSI 6950 (Flashable to 6970) on OcUK for £197, at the moment I'm using a GTX 460, even considering a GTX480.

Any recommendations?

I have GTX 480 from OCUK and I love it. I think that £200 for such a card is a very good price.
With my i5-760 can play any game on high details. Medal of honor 2010 with 32CSAA look like movie. All edges nice and sharp.
People where moaning regarding temperature on GTX 480 my never reached higher temp than 76 degrees in warm room when playing Metro 2033.
HD 6950 is also good card but no Physic-X so.....but if you can live without it then no problem.


Cheers, also to throw in... Ive got chance of GTX 570 for £200 so dunno (1 month old)
#19
This is an awesome deal, £159.99 is sick.
#20
Hot :)
#21
greg55678
I bought a 5870 last year but paid £330 for it, man I hate being a PC gamer sometimes


Paid £235 for my XXX 5850 exactly a year ago :(

Having said that, it's no slouch and I can probably skip this generation of cards.

Edited By: MBeeching on Feb 27, 2011 14:21
#22
DownHill911
gdwelsh
Hmm fancy this but also thinking about the MSI 6950 (Flashable to 6970) on OcUK for £197, at the moment I'm using a GTX 460, even considering a GTX480.Any recommendations?
I have GTX 480 from OCUK and I love it. I think that £200 for such a card is a very good price.With my i5-760 can play any game on high details. Medal of honor 2010 with 32CSAA look like movie. All edges nice and sharp.People where moaning regarding temperature on GTX 480 my never reached higher temp than 76 degrees in warm room when playing Metro 2033.HD 6950 is also good card but no Physic-X so.....but if you can live without it then no problem.
Serious gamers should have a dedicated Physx card anyway, so the ATI not having it isn't a huge setback.

Edited By: jukkie on Feb 28, 2011 00:14
#23
jukkie
DownHill911
gdwelsh
Hmm fancy this but also thinking about the MSI 6950 (Flashable to 6970) on OcUK for £197, at the moment I'm using a GTX 460, even considering a GTX480.Any recommendations?
I have GTX 480 from OCUK and I love it. I think that £200 for such a card is a very good price.With my i5-760 can play any game on high details. Medal of honor 2010 with 32CSAA look like movie. All edges nice and sharp.People where moaning regarding temperature on GTX 480 my never reached higher temp than 76 degrees in warm room when playing Metro 2033.HD 6950 is also good card but no Physic-X so.....but if you can live without it then no problem.

Serious gamers should have a dedicated Physx card anyway, so the ATI not having it isn't a huge setback.


For what games?
#24
what is the best card this one or the this next one? its only 152.94

looking for opinions on make!!!!

http://www.crescentelectronics.co.uk/asus-eah6870-dc2di2s1gd5-graphics-adapter-radeon-h-110490c1cpz0l0uay0bz3b20.html
#25
can you combine different card brands for crossfire?
#26
leedale30
can you combine different card brands for crossfire?
Yes :)
#27
CJSILVA
what is the best card this one or the this next one? its only 152.94looking for opinions on make!!!!http://www.crescentelectronics.co.uk/asus-eah6870-dc2di2s1gd5-graphics-adapter-radeon-h-110490c1cpz0l0uay0bz3b20.html

The 6870 is about 10-15% slower than the 5870. It does consume less power, produces less noise than the 5870.
#28
leedale30
jukkie
DownHill911
gdwelsh
Hmm fancy this but also thinking about the MSI 6950 (Flashable to 6970) on OcUK for £197, at the moment I'm using a GTX 460, even considering a GTX480.Any recommendations?
I have GTX 480 from OCUK and I love it. I think that £200 for such a card is a very good price.With my i5-760 can play any game on high details. Medal of honor 2010 with 32CSAA look like movie. All edges nice and sharp.People where moaning regarding temperature on GTX 480 my never reached higher temp than 76 degrees in warm room when playing Metro 2033.HD 6950 is also good card but no Physic-X so.....but if you can live without it then no problem.
Serious gamers should have a dedicated Physx card anyway, so the ATI not having it isn't a huge setback.
For what games?
I'm not one to ignore stupid comments (I know your point was supposed to be "hardly any games have Physx").

http://developer.nvidia.com/object/physx_good_company.html
#29
jukkie
leedale30
jukkie
DownHill911
gdwelsh
Hmm fancy this but also thinking about the MSI 6950 (Flashable to 6970) on OcUK for £197, at the moment I'm using a GTX 460, even considering a GTX480.Any recommendations?
I have GTX 480 from OCUK and I love it. I think that £200 for such a card is a very good price.With my i5-760 can play any game on high details. Medal of honor 2010 with 32CSAA look like movie. All edges nice and sharp.People where moaning regarding temperature on GTX 480 my never reached higher temp than 76 degrees in warm room when playing Metro 2033.HD 6950 is also good card but no Physic-X so.....but if you can live without it then no problem.
Serious gamers should have a dedicated Physx card anyway, so the ATI not having it isn't a huge setback.
For what games?

I'm not one to ignore stupid comments (I know your point was supposed to be "hardly any games have Physx").


http://developer.nvidia.com/object/physx_good_company.html


Non of the games I play on there but can you use an ati card for eyefinity and a cheap Physx card for the Physx bit?
#30
jukkie
leedale30
jukkie
DownHill911
gdwelsh
Hmm fancy this but also thinking about the MSI 6950 (Flashable to 6970) on OcUK for £197, at the moment I'm using a GTX 460, even considering a GTX480.Any recommendations?
I have GTX 480 from OCUK and I love it. I think that £200 for such a card is a very good price.With my i5-760 can play any game on high details. Medal of honor 2010 with 32CSAA look like movie. All edges nice and sharp.People where moaning regarding temperature on GTX 480 my never reached higher temp than 76 degrees in warm room when playing Metro 2033.HD 6950 is also good card but no Physic-X so.....but if you can live without it then no problem.
Serious gamers should have a dedicated Physx card anyway, so the ATI not having it isn't a huge setback.
For what games?

I'm not one to ignore stupid comments (I know your point was supposed to be "hardly any games have Physx").


http://developer.nvidia.com/object/physx_good_company.html


Not a very good list...
The two I would quite like to play with hardware PhysX are Mirror's Edge and Arkham Asylum.

You used to be able to partner an ATI card with an Nvidia but they clamped down on it.
#32
leedale30
jukkie
leedale30
jukkie
DownHill911
gdwelsh
Hmm fancy this but also thinking about the MSI 6950 (Flashable to 6970) on OcUK for £197, at the moment I'm using a GTX 460, even considering a GTX480.Any recommendations?
I have GTX 480 from OCUK and I love it. I think that £200 for such a card is a very good price.With my i5-760 can play any game on high details. Medal of honor 2010 with 32CSAA look like movie. All edges nice and sharp.People where moaning regarding temperature on GTX 480 my never reached higher temp than 76 degrees in warm room when playing Metro 2033.HD 6950 is also good card but no Physic-X so.....but if you can live without it then no problem.
Serious gamers should have a dedicated Physx card anyway, so the ATI not having it isn't a huge setback.
For what games?
I'm not one to ignore stupid comments (I know your point was supposed to be "hardly any games have Physx").[url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://developer.nvidia.com/object/physx_good_company.html
Non of the games I play on there but can you use an ati card for eyefinity and a cheap Physx card for the Physx bit?
Obviousy my point is not relevant for those that don't play games with Physx support, but those who do would benefit from having a dedicated Physx card, even if their main GPU supports it.

And yes, you can combine Eyefinity + and Physx card. But as already mentioned, you need the right drivers.
#33
this is available on the dabs website btw

link

Edited By: lucas4 on Feb 28, 2011 18:06
#34
would I be able to use my 460GTX as Physx card and my 6970 as the GPU?
#35
I don't think I could give up my eyefinity for Physx though
#36
gdwelsh
would I be able to use my 460GTX as Physx card and my 6970 as the GPU?
The 460 would be overkill for a Physx card, may as well sell it and buy a second hand lower end card (not exactly how low you can go, but would have thought the upper 8000/9000 cards would be sufficient).

leedale30
I don't think I could give up my eyefinity for Physx though
You don't have to, you can have both 8) .
I have Eyefinity with Physx, but I have a dedicated Ageia Physx PPU, which isn't as good as using a decent Nvidia card, but it does the job and I don't have to mess around getting the right drivers.

Edited By: jukkie on Feb 28, 2011 23:34
#37
Whoa, I've not looked at buying a video card for a little while and I'm now completely lost in this thread. Can someone explain Physx and Eyefinity, or direct me to a layman's explanation. Not after too much tech so Googling didn't help.

Using a card for Physx and another for Eyefinity - huh?! oO
#38
Ok thanks, i'll sell the GTX 460 then, thanks.
#39
all gone!

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