Zotac 8800GT 512MB DDR3 Dual DVI HDTV Out PCI-E Graphics Card £89.99 free super saver delivery - HotUKDeals
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Just been on ebuyer and seen this. It's the cheapest i've seen the 8800GT anywhere. Also the card is overclocked, though they don't seem to be shouting about it. If i remember correctly the core clock should be 600MHz but the Zotac model is 660MHz. Here is what they say on the site.....

Upgrade your PC for the latest DirectX 10 compatible games and applications with the NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT powered graphics card. The ZOTAC GeForce 8800 GT delivers unmatched performance in its class. With dual dual-link DVI outputs and an HDTV output, the ZOTAC 8800 GT delivers high-performance to all display devices PC monitor or high-definition television.
Graphics Processing Unit
NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800 GT @ 660MHz engine clock
112 Stream Processors
Dual 400 MHz RamDAC
Max. Resolution @ 2560 x 1600
True 128-bit floating point high dynamic-range (HDR) lighting with 16x full- screen anti-aliasing
Memory
512MB GDDR3
1800MHz memory clock
256-bit memory bus
Bus Support
PCI Express x16 2.0 (compatible with PCIe x16)
3D Acceleration
Microsoft® DirectX®10 support
Unified Shader Model 4.0
OpenGL 2.0
PureVideo HD
HDTV Ready
Vista Ready
HDCP Ready
Dual Link Dual DVI
SLI Ready
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#1
but will it run crysis on max settings? :p

j/k good deal, voted hot
#2
Sharpnel
but will it run crysis on max settings? :p

j/k good deal, voted hot


There's always gotta be one :p hehe
#3
Im playing crysis now on a stock 8800GT at 1024x768 using a ultra high config and its working fine! :)
#4
on a serious note, can it run crysis on very high settings on a 1440 x 900 monitor?
is this the graphics card that is worth upgrading from my rusty 8500gt? or shud i just hold on for a bit longer? (again)
#5
i dont think anything has been released that can run crysis on max settings at 1680x1050 yet, not sure about 1440 x 900
#6
Sharpnel
i dont think anything has been released that can run crysis on max settings at 1680x1050 yet, not sure about 1440 x 900


9800gx2 and gtx280 can but cost ludicrous amounts of money, pound for pound this is a great card should be on the front page soon will :thumbsup:
#7
Great price for this card. But if you're willing to spend the extra I think a 4850 offers a lot more bang for the buck and is a much better investment going forward.
#8
elflembo;2426604
9800gx2 and gtx280 can but cost ludicrous amounts of money, pound for pound this is a great card should be on the front page soon will :thumbsup:


I presume HD4870's in crossfire will.
#9
Kaprikawn
Great price for this card. But if you're willing to spend the extra I think a 4850 offers a lot more bang for the buck and is a much better investment going forward.


Can't dispute that but does cost 25% more have an 8800gt and great card when i next upgrade will probably get two 4850's for crossfire if i was looking for a single card at this time would pay the extra for 4850 myself :thumbsup:
#10
emasu
I presume HD4870's in crossfire will.


Absolutely one on its own can (GX2 CAN'T)

http://forums.vr-zone.com/showthread.php?t=292315

(Could never post pics on here or would have sorry)
#11
This is a good low mid range card.
banned#12
sharp910sh
This is a good low mid range card.


really? thought it was the most popular graphics card at the moment followed by the 7600, it's certainly what developers look at when making their games.

http://www.steampowered.com/status/survey.html
#13
sharp910sh
This is a good low mid range card.


mid-high end you mean?

Sharpnel
i dont think anything has been released that can run crysis on max settings at 1680x1050 yet, not sure about 1440 x 900


A GTX 280 Tri-SLI setup will run Crysis at 50fps average at maximum settings and 1920x1200, although it drops down to only 25-30fps for 2560x1600
#14
I had one of these, it wont run Crysis on medium over 20fps let alone high! and it's not too keen on overclocking either!

Ran everything else like a dream though.

I flogged it and got an 8600 GT which runs Call of Duty 4 just fine (which is the only game I play on my PC :))

It cost about £160 3 or 4 months ago though so a real bargain.
#15
Saw this earlier today, nice price but still too high for my budget...voted hot
#16
WOW good price. Ati really done it this time.
#17
skink
I had one of these, it wont run Crysis on medium over 20fps let alone high! and it's not too keen on overclocking either!

Ran everything else like a dream though.

I flogged it and got an 8600 GT which runs Call of Duty 4 just fine (which is the only game I play on my PC :))

It cost about £160 3 or 4 months ago though so a real bargain.

What processor do you/did you have?
#18
Good price, good card! Hot!
#19
skink
I had one of these, it wont run Crysis on medium over 20fps let alone high! and it's not too keen on overclocking either!

Ran everything else like a dream though.

I flogged it and got an 8600 GT which runs Call of Duty 4 just fine (which is the only game I play on my PC :))

It cost about £160 3 or 4 months ago though so a real bargain.


Then something is wrong. I've got everything on medium in 1680x1050 using a 7900gto.
#20
Good card! You can pick up a 9800GTX for around £130 - £150 from eBay. Invest a bit more and pick up the 9800 GTX, its basically the same as 8800 GTX but much faster...BUT not so good at 1920 * 1080 res or higher......8800GTX beats it at such high levels because of Video Memory.
#21
How powerful a Power Supply would be recommended for this card?
#22
ollie74656
How powerful a Power Supply would be recommended for this card?


I believe 450 Watts will suffice for this model, but don't take my word on that!
:thumbsup:
#23
Zukkyzb
Good card! You can pick up a 9800GTX for around £130 - £150 from eBay. Invest a bit more and pick up the 9800 GTX, its basically the same as 8800 GTX but much faster...BUT not so good at 1920 * 1080 res or higher......8800GTX beats it at such high levels because of Video Memory.


Or pick up a brand new hd4850 for less since it is also better.

As mentioned by others, the hd4850 at £122 is a much better buy unless you literally only have £90.
#24
ghost101
Or pick up a brand new hd4850 for less since it is also better.

As mentioned by others, the hd4850 at £122 is a much better buy unless you literally only have £90.



Although if you only have £90, you probably shouldn't be buying a graphics card at all ;-)

Great deal. Heat & rep added.
#25
I'd recommend spending an extra £10 and getting the amp version of this card. Got to say its a pretty good card, probably the best i have owned in terms of price/performance.

The amp edition is almost at 8800gtx in most benchmarks. I've used it to run Crysis at high detail on 1680x1050, which played pretty well apart for a couple of very large maps in the game. currently playing COD4 which is awesome.

Like another post said it might be worth spending another 20-30 more and getting the 4850, but if you dont want to stretch to that then both the zotac cards are very good and at a very good price.
#26
Chears, good find
#27
2 of these in SLI mode can easily compete with the 9800GX2 in resolutions up to around 1400 x 960 (usual res for a 20" w/screen monitor). I doubt you will get a GX2 for under £200, so I'd say this was very hot - if you have an SLI board.
#28
Seriously hot if this it the amp edition! I bought one of these a few months back at £165!!!! Next time I buy a graphics card, I think I'll be more patient! Great card though :thumbsup:
#29
XxS7U4R7xX
Seriously hot if this it the amp edition! I bought one of these a few months back at £165!!!! Next time I buy a graphics card, I think I'll be more patient! Great card though :thumbsup:


amp is £10 more than this deal. Still a hot deal at that price though. i paid £200 for my AMP edition.
#30
EndlessWaves
A GTX 280 Tri-SLI setup will run Crysis at 50fps average at maximum settings and 1920x1200, although it drops down to only 25-30fps for 2560x1600


At what price though? To run one game? A 1048MB 280GTX is over £400 for a single card and you are talking about 3 of them!!! :-D

I dont know how nvidia get away with it myself. They are way overpriced.
#31
i bought a 8800GT made by Point of View for £107 from ebuyer a few months ago. I think its awesome card for its price. I play Crysis at 1080 on my Philips 42" LCD. I went for the version with HDMI output, and i am well pleased with my setup. People will always go on about SLI/Crossfire alternatives, but I think the 8800GT chip is the best out there well you compare price vs performance.

One word of advice (not a warning), this card does run quite toasty, so be sure to have good airflow inside your case. I have a HTPC case, with 2 akasa case fans. 1 blowing in, and 1 blowing out.
#32
muzzzzzzzzzy
What processor do you/did you have?


ATHLON 64 X2 5000+ 2.6GHz
2GB Ram
Vista Home Basic

Power of my PC probably had something to do with it, but everything else ran wonderfully.

I wasn't too bothered about Crysis anyway, it was boring and it made Haze look good! (And that's saying something).
#33
I have a similar setup to your's, my processor is the AMD 5200+, and I am using Corsair low latency 2gb ram. However I use windows xp, as I find Vista to be overly resource hungry for very little output/
#34
£100 on Play.com (for those who dont get the free postage, e.g N Ireland)

Personally, if i was shopping for a gfx card right now, I'd be looking at an ATI 4850. Check out the benchmarks. Can be had for ~£130.
#35
alright but i'm waiting for a cheap deal on a 8800GS. can see for £70 now but that's still £20 more than i want to pay!
#36
Once again the 8800GT and 9600GT are way too close in price. I really want the 9600GT as I assumed at some point it'd be priced a fair bit lower than the 8800GT but that doesn't look like it's gonna happen.

Voted hot this is a really good deal, I'm gonna hold out 2 more weeks til I make my decision on which card to buy hopefully prices will have come down by then.
#37
will my dell vostra 200 be able to run this i got a sata to moles converter. just worried bout the power supply
#38
welsh_andy
will my dell vostra 200 be able to run this i got a sata to moles converter. just worried bout the power supply


I have the AMP! version of this card and a Vostro 400 which has 'only' a 350W power supply and have had no problems. Hope this helps :thumbsup:
#39
I have a decent spec Dell with no graphics card. My son wants me to fit one so he can play games. Is there anything I need to check regarding compatibility etc?
#40
MickKnipfler
I have a decent spec Dell with no graphics card. My son wants me to fit one so he can play games. Is there anything I need to check regarding compatibility etc?


u will need a sata to molex converter for a decent card as most dell seem to be sata only, and any decent card will need a power supply

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