XFX HD 6970 2GB GDDR5 Dual DVI HDMI Dual DP Out PCI-E Graphics Card £269.98 Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Product Description

* Microsoft DirectX 11
* AMD CrossFire ready
* AMD Advanced Parallel Processing Technology (APP)
* AMD Avivo HD
* AMD Eyefinity Technology
* AMD HD3D Technology
* AMD Hybrid Graphics Technology
* AMD PowerPlay Technology
* AMD Stream Technology



Specifications
Chipset HD6950
Bus Type PCI-E 2.1
GPU Clock 880 MHz
External Power - 6-Pins 1
External Power - 8-Pins 1
Memory Bus 256 bit
Memory Clock 5.5 GHz
Memory Size 2 GB
Memory Type DDR5
Thermal Solution Blower Fansink
Minimum Power Supply Requirement 550 Watt
XFX Recommended Power Supply XFX 650W XXX edt PSU


Outputs
Max Supported Resolution (ANALOG) 2048 x 1536
Max Supported Resolution (DIGITAL) 2560 x 1600
Output - HDMI 1
Output - mini DP 2
Dual link Support Yes
Output - DL-DVI 1
Output - SL-DVI 1
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#1
Not voting either way.

Buy a second hand 4870 for £50ish or similar, depreciation on graphics cards is nuts
#2
schizoboy
Not voting either way.

Buy a second hand 4870 for £50ish or similar, depreciation on graphics cards is nuts


Want to buy mine? :P :>

Edited By: Glix on Jan 13, 2011 01:04: :P
#3
Sat using a machine with a 4870x2 inside, Paid £190 8 months ago, now cex selling for £140 but need to replace for one that will work with my Samsung 3d tv!
#4
schizoboy
Not voting either way.

Buy a second hand 4870 for £50ish or similar, depreciation on graphics cards is nuts
Can't argue with the logic but you're talking about hoping someone is selling a decent one that is not on its way out, that it has insurance still incase anything goes wrong (usually they're closing in on the end of there insured life so you could pay out and lose your card to damage shortly after with no chance of a replacement).
I prefer to go in mid range and get it insured so this card is a bit pricey but value for money wise to other brand new cards its still great. I go in a round 5850 or GTX460 level but if I was making a more expensive rig I'd be looking at this card for sure.
#6
#7
Just buy a 6950 for £213 and unlock to a full 6970

Save yourself £57!
#8
schizoboy
Not voting either way.

Buy a second hand 4870 for £50ish or similar, depreciation on graphics cards is nuts


This is the cheapest price for this card currently, so if someone is in the market for one of these beautys then this is a hot deal. Depreciation on graphics cards is nuts if you refer to a card that is two genertaions old. If you are smart and sell your card before the next new gen releases you will re coup most of the money you spent out in the first place. I uprgade my card every gen and lose very little money and always have latest tech, keeping PC tech for years and years is a sure way for it to be worth nothing when you eventually do want to upgrade...
#9
Nobull
Just buy a 6950 for £213 and unlock to a full 6970

Save yourself £57!


Not every HD 6950 can run at HD 6970 speeds, if you check forums lots of people are getting memory errors and thermal power throttling that kicks earlier than an actual HD 6970 would, thus rendering the overclocked flashed bios useless in certain setups. If you want HD 6970 speeds just buy a HD 6970 and enjoy it! This is the chepaest I can find a HD 6970 currently and at this price is amazing value. Fot those that worry about losing money, just sell the card beofre the 7000 series launches and re coup your money :/

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