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Zotac 8800GT 512MB ONLY £74.84!!! £74.48

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#1
nice find
#2
Have had to RMA my 3850, the fan bug with the HD38xx series overheated it.
I really wanted this card back when it was at this price...
#3
I bought this cad from Ebuyer last month when it was posted on here for £90.

Very good card and at this price is a must buy if you are wanting to upgrade your pc to meet todays graphical standards (plays crysis, stalker, devil may cry 4, GRID no problem).
#4
are there any fanless 8800 series yet?
#5
zebrum
are there any fanless 8800 series yet?


Yes, Sparkle have made one:

http://www.custompcwarehouse.co.uk/acatalog/info_GRA026.html
#6
Does this card need a beefy PSU?
#7
decent 400+w psu will do

i run mine on a Dell XPS 420 425w PSU
#8
Ah, cool. Ta.
#9
Got one of these when it was £90 great card, my one had a noisey fan issue got it replaced by Ebuyer without a problem nice and quiet now.

Good find heat added
#10
Nice price, shame my mobo doesn't do SLI or I'd be tempted to pair this up with my existing 8800GT
#11
zebrum:
are there any fanless 8800 series yet?
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Yes, Sparkle have made one:

http://www.custompcwarehouse.co.uk/a...fo_GRA026.html


You could always get this one and fit an Arctic Cooling Accelero S1 rev2 to it instead. Would work out cheaper and its a great cooler LINK
#12
Looks like a good deal to me, heat added!
#13
Hope they are good ........ i've just orderd 2 :o
#14
[FONT=Arial]Bagged One...:thumbsup: [/FONT]
#15
This used to be 170 quid around sept last year, the prices are really falling!
#16
8800GT's and also 9800GT's are £90->£100 minimum for stock clock speeds everywhere else, the zotac is overclocked and amazing value. So going to get one soon...just waiting on a long refund process...:x
#17
Paid 205 for one :D
Well the BFG OC2 one
#18
My MoBo only supports PCI Express 16x, not PCI Express 2.0. Is it worth it for me to get one of these, or will I see huge performance drops?
#19
PartyHard;2809794
My MoBo only supports PCI Express 16x, not PCI Express 2.0. Is it worth it for me to get one of these, or will I see huge performance drops?
I think you're confusing PCI-E 1.1 & 2.0 with 16x , etc. Anyway the answer to your questions are probably 'yes' & 'no' respectively. Read this article - quoted from the conclusion:
But is PCIe 2.0 really necessary yet? As long as a graphics solution can operate with data that is stored within its local video frame buffer memory, both the reasonably mainstream Radeon HD 3850 and the hardcore GeForce 9900 GX2 will operate close to their maximum performance, even if the PCI Express link width is limited to x8 or x4. Once larger textures need to be accessed, as is the case in Crysis or Microsoft’s Flight Simulator X, interface bandwidth becomes a crucial element. Any link width below x16 will noticeably limit these games’ playability.
#20
Got this from EB when it was £84. Quiet enough with the reference fan not to really need any tinkering with it.
Even better price now.
#21
How many monitor can it support? I am planning a system with3-4 monitors.
#22
polyalloy;2810331
How many monitor can it support? I am planning a system with3-4 monitors.
Two, as it has two monitor outputs. To support more, you'll need a motherboard that can take two of these (but probably won't work if SLi is enabled).

P.S. If you don't play games or use very large monitors/resolutions, you can get by with 2x much cheaper graphics cards. There's also a Matrix 'quad head' card to consider, e.g. look here - again not good with games, or even 3D stuff
#23
Nice deal!
#24
Crossbow
Two, as it has two monitor outputs. To support more, you'll need a motherboard that can take two of these (but probably won't work if SLi is enabled).

P.S. If you don't play games or use very large monitors/resolutions, you can get by with 2x much cheaper graphics cards. There's also a Matrix 'quad head' card to consider, e.g. look here - again not good with games, or even 3D stuff


Thanks for the advices.:thumbsup:
#25
Wow What An Amazing Deal!!!

Some Rep For You :-)

I Hope Others Are Giving It, Considering All Your Other Fab Posts!
#26
how would this work in sli with an asus company of heroes 8800gt card that has a 800 engine against this cards 700 and 2000 memory clock against only 1800.

had heard the sli cards do not now need to be identical but what are the likely downsides, how much performance increase??

thanks
#27
sli can only support one monitor for those of you thinking and reading the above posts
suspended#28
To be honest I don't think this is 50% better in any way (except linux support) than the £50 HD3850, am I right?
#29
Ordered! Only 3 left in stock, don't miss out. 8800GT 512mb are still expensive cards in shops.

I decided to go for this over the HD3850 because there is a major bug affecting (at least the one ebuyer sent me) the automatic fan control on the HD38xx series of cards. It was on 100% the entire time, and it is so noisy! There are bios and atitools utilities to fix it but it is an extra bit of hassle, and not for the faint-hearted (like me:-D).

The 8800GT is more powerful/comparable to the HD3870 (It's at least equal) and will have decent fan control, so when I'm just in Vista it won't make a racket but when I'm playing games it'll speed up.

Plus the Zotac is overclocked over stock 8800GT's anyways, there are £100 9800GT's with slower clock speeds than this zotac selling at the moment (they're identical!). Check Play.com
#30
stock is going out and then price of this will go up again to 95 properly

so hurry only 2 left or so

i ordered yesterday this is a hot deal heat heat :thumbsup:

also you can overclock this to the speeds of the more expesive zotac amp no problem there.:w00t:
1 Like #31
ZOTAC offer extended warranty (up to 5 years) when registering 14 days after purchase. Customer gets 5 (in China 3 years) extended warranty if the card should fail. After the 2 years regular warranty, ZOTAC will directly offer the warranty to the customer.

Therefore the customer has to:

- Register within 14 days from purchase
- Card is not tempered/manually damaged
- Card has not been registered by other customer before
- Send the card with original (readable) receipt to service center
- Printed RMA form with all information clearly filled out

o mentioning of the serial number
o unique identifier number
o card


Read the Disclaimer!

http://www.zotac.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=163&Itemid=295

I hope I don't need this, but my £147, 6600GT, died after 3 years...RIP 6600GT :-(

Hello! 8800GT! :)

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