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Zotac GTS250 512MB £81.99 delivered @ ebuyer

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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
Zotac GTS250 512MB DDR3 Dual DVI HDTV Out PhysX and Cuda ready PCI-E Graphics Card

Core clock - 738MHz
Stream Processors - 128
Shader Clock - 1836 MHz
Memory Clock - 2200MHz
Memory Size - 512MB

Manufacturer's link: http://www.zotac.com/index.php?option=com_wrapper&Itemid=483

Useful heirachy of graphics cards and their relative performace: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/radeon-geforce-price,2323-6.html

I bought 2 of these over the weekend for the slightly higher price of £83.99. Card is basically a re-badged 9800gtx+.
Nvidia and their silly how-many-times-can-we-rename-an-8800gt-and-get-away-with-it shennanigans...

Edit: 5 year warranty with Zotac if registered on their site within 14 days.
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That is a humongously long card!!!

Make sure if fits your case. Not bad cards, but a 4850 is cheaper, smaller and on par with the 250. If you fancy one with HDMI, DVI and VGA all native CLICK ME

EDIT: Review: http://techreport.com/articles.x/16504 [shows the size comparisons too]
That is a humongously long card!

Its 10.5” long according to Zotac which means it probably uses the older design of the 9800 GTX + rather than the newer design that the 1GB version of the GTS 250 use; the newer board is 9” long. The newer design is very power efficient at idle which makes it good for occasional gamers that want to keep their system power consumption low. According to the review linked above the newer design of the 1GB version idles at 128W versus 154W for a HD4850 512MB and 175W for a HD 4870 1GB. Shame it doesn’t use the new design.
Great card with five years warranty and does the power color 4850 come with hmdi because it says comes with vga and dvi connections not two dvi as the 250 does.
The powercolor 4850 looks like it has 1xHDMI, 1xVGA & 1xDVI in the picture on ebuyer's site and the picture on powercolor's site. You probably won't be able to use all three connectors simultainiously though.
Why not email ebuyer for clarification on the onboard connectors?

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