XFX GeForce 8800 GT Graphics Card 256MB PCI-E Dual DVI @ saverstore - HotUKDeals
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Description
XFX GeForce 8800GT Graphics Card with 256MB memory and PCI-E with Dual DVI.

Features
NVIDIA unified architecture with GigaThread technology
NVIDIA Lumenex Engine
Full Microsoft DirectX 10 Support
Dual 400MHz RAMDACs
Dual Link DVI
NVIDIA SLI Technology
PCI Express Support
16x Anti-aliasing
NVIDIA PureVideo Technology
OpenGL 2.0 Optimisations and Support
NVidia NView Multi-Display Technology

N.B. Total price Including delivery is £77.03
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#1
Probably becuase it is a 256mb version.
#2
best price on ebuyer £110

one ordered... they're two mins drive for me so i can pick it up :whistling:

Good find :thumbsup:

256mb is ok as up to resolutions of 1600x1200
#3
It’s £77.03 with postage so please amend as very few people are within easy access of them.
#4
3.5% Quidco on unit price...£2.29p
banned#5
greenstein
best price on ebuyer £110

one ordered... they're two mins drive for me so i can pick it up :whistling:

Good find :thumbsup:

256mb is ok as up to resolutions of 1600x1200


256mb is ok up to those resolutions if you have no AA or AF turned on. Realistically, you will be looking at 1280 x 1024 with 2 xAA and 8 x AF which still is not to be sniffed at. So this is a good price.

Heat added.
#6
XFX are a great brand with first class support in the UK. They have an online web messaging system and you can request parts like a new fan if your bearings have gone and it arrives the next day.
#7
It's fine for the price - I still prefer my 512MB version, but I paid a good £40 more.
#8
It's a shame it's a 256MB version, but this price is crazy cheap.
#9
can you still collect from them, on their website it says:

"Please note that our retail store is closed until further notice."
#10
Great deal. Voted hot.
#11
only 256 which is very underpowered so voted cold.
#12
All sold out now !
#13
Looks like its now expired :(
"Sorry, this product is currently unavailable."

I was on the look out for a cheap 8800GT too :(.
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#14
In stock on my screen. Maybe they have some more???
#15
Showing in stock when I look, but I won't be buying one..... not enough of an upgrade from what I've already got, and the mixed reviews on other web sites suggesting you might be better spending a few extra quid and getting a higher spec version ---- though they are looking at the selling price of over a ton, as previously noted by other members.
#16
Not expired.
#17
bmouthboyo
only 256 which is very underpowered so voted cold.


Its £30 cheaper than anywhere else so this is smoking hot.
If you think this is underpowered can i ask what monitor res you are running.
#18
Be carefull on these cards. Apparently the Geforce 8x00 architecture is more memory hungry than ATI. And so a 3850 256MB scales much better than a 8800GT 256MB when you start upping the game. I recall this from some reviews on exactly this aspect a while back.
So if you can get a 512MB version for like £30 or £40 more, Iw ould definetly get that instead. Unless you are absolutely strapped for cache.
#19
Showing as in stock.

Reviews I read said 8800GT hits the sweet spot for performance versus price (based on price of ~£100). I am sure there are better cards and the way graphics card are improving there will be even better cards as the weeks go by. However, this deal looks great , will play most games and will only struggle if you insist on playing your games at the highest resolutions with all the features turned on.

For the majority of pc users this is a very powerful card. When you have used this site to find a bargain pc ( http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/122382/hp-dx2250-athlon-64-x2-5000-2-6ghz-/ ) you don't want to spend as much again on a graphics card. Voted hot and thanks to OP.
#20
8800GT 256MB vs 8800GT 512MB comparison:

http://www.expreview.com/img/news/071119/score03.png

Bottom line: If you are going to run resolutions higher than 1280x1024 with AA and AF, get the 512MB else the 256MB version is fine.
#21
Helluva deal !!!

256mb absolutely fine for most folks.

Actually came to list this deal but well beaten to it.

If you havent upgraded your PCI-e Graphics card for over a year or more get this - you cant go wrong.
#22
In stock here too & it looks like a great deal to me, but...

this is probably a stupid question, but maybe someone can help. I'd like to buy a dirt-cheap server, stick a decent graphics card, a lot of memory & a lot of storage into it. I want to then put it in my cellar so I don't have to listen to the noise, and remote desktop to it from my laptops.

I was looking at this server:

http://uk.insight.com/apps/productpresentation/index.php?product_id=HPIA04FQU

would I be able to accomplish my plan with this graphics card, or is there some kind of compatibility pitfall i'm about to fall into?
#23
bargain price but no doubt as more 9 series cards are released these 8 eries cards will continue to fall in price
#24
Still no sign of anticipated 9800GT though, which is why I opted to jump for the PNY 8800GT 512MB offer last month.
#25
Good price for a 8800GT. Nice find, Heat added :thumbsup:
#26
Vegeta
8800GT 256MB vs 8800GT 512MB comparison:

http://www.expreview.com/img/news/071119/score03.png

You shouldn’t base a decision on the benchmarks for one game unless that’s the only game you play! Good price for this card regardless of performance.
#27
Does anyone know if this card will work on XP if I am upgrading my graphics card?
#28
bluemagoo777
Does anyone know if this card will work on XP if I am upgrading my graphics card?

Yes, just no DX10 support with XP which doesn't seem much of a deal anyway.
#29
Are you sure that this graphics card is compatible on xp because the website says:

Operating Systems Supported: Microsoft Windows Vista

I don't wat to buy this card and find out it doesn't work
1 Like #30
Should be fine, Nvidia has generic drivers for 8800GT cards. The card uses standard chips and is likely a reference design (that is it's the same as the basic or reference model but with thier branding) and so no different from several cards in it's class. Even if it isn't entirely a "reference" the most likely changes are with the fan as opposed to anything else.

DX10 is nothing really. Maybe a few bits of extra terrain like some rocks or other little things. Nothing to go ooh! over.
#31
Thanks, ordered 1 today. Hopefully can play crysis now :thumbsup:
#32
Mine was delivered yesterday. Slotted it into Dell PC running XP, connected the additional power socket using the supplied adaptor (6 pin on graphics card to 2 x molex disc drive power connectors) and it was recognised directly on power up. No messing about with drivers. (Missed the additional power connector first time and the pc screamed at me and failed to power up - rather worrying at the time!)

Box was marked as being Alpha Dog edition. Included two DVI to VGA adaptors and a lead to convert TV out to three phono connectors.

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