Zotac GTX465, 40nm, 3206MHz, 1024 MB GDDR5, GPU 607MHz, Shader 1215MHz, 352 Cores, HDMI/DVI £214.99 @ Novatech - HotUKDeals
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Zotac GeForce GTX 465 1024MB DDR5 Dual DVI HDMI PCI Express - geforce with ddr5 and Dx11 in best price available

Specifications

GPU Engine Specs:

* CUDA Cores: 352
* Graphics Clock (MHz): 607 MHz
* Processor Clock (MHz): 1215 MHz
* Texture Fill Rate (billion/sec): 26.7

Memory Specs:

* Memory Clock (MHz): 1603
* Standard Memory Config: 1024 MB GDDR5
* Memory Interface Width: 256-bit
* Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec): 102.6

Feature Support:

* NVIDIA SLI-ready: 2-way/3-Way
* NVIDIA 3D Vision Ready: yes
* NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround Ready: yes
* NVIDIA PureVideo Technology: HD
* NVIDIA PhysX-ready: yes
* NVIDIA CUDA Technology: yes
* Microsoft DirectX: 11
* OpenGL: 4.0
* Bus Support: PCI-E 2.0 x 16
* Certified for Windows 7: yes

Display Support:

* Maximum Digital Resolution: 2560x1600
* Maximum VGA Resolution: 2048x1536
* Standard Display Connectors: Mini HDMI, Two Dual Link DVI
* Multi Monitor: yes
* HDCP: yes
* HDMI: yes
* Audio Input for HDMI : Internal

Standard Graphics Card Dimensions:

* Height: 4.376 inches (111 mm)
* Length: 9.5 inches (241 mm)
* Width: Dual-slot

Thermal and Power Specs:

* Maximum GPU Temperature (in C): 105 C
* Maximum Graphics Card Power (W): 200 W
* Minimum Recommended System Power (W): 550 W
* Supplementary Power Connectors: 6-pin x2


REQUIREMENTS
- PCI Express or PCI Express 2.0- compliant motherboard with one dualwidth x16 graphics slot
- Two 6-pin PCI Express supplementary power connectors
- Minimum 550W or greater system power supply (with a minimum 12V current rating of 38A)*

In the Heaven benchmark, which makes heavy use of DX11's Tessellation feature, the GeForce GTX 465s beat every single-GPU powered Radeon. And in the H.A.W.X. DX10.1 benchmark, the GeForce GTX 465s managed to outpace the Radeon HD 5850
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#1
http://hothardware.com/articleimages/item1514/big_geforce-gtx-465-5.jpg

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#2
Will Tetris run OK with this ?
#3
dontasciime
Will Tetris run OK with this ?

nah the graphics card cant handle it, tetris is the most demanding game out there.

Cheap for a zotac card heat added.

£209.98 novatech value/ palit http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/prods/Components/Graphics-Nvidia/NvidiaGTX465FermiSeries/Novatech/NOV-GTX465.html
#4
Computerman
nah the graphics card cant handle it, tetris is the most demanding game out there.

Cheap for a zotac card heat added.

£209.98 novatech value/ palit http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/prods/Components/Graphics-Nvidia/NvidiaGTX465FermiSeries/Novatech/NOV-GTX465.html


saw it , but i think £5more is not much for brand card
#5
Good price. Personally, I would go the extra £20 and get a 5850, which is faster / cooler etc.
Unless you are planning on getting a 3d monitor setup...
#6
djfluff
Good price. Personally, I would go the extra £20 and get a 5850, which is faster / cooler etc.
Unless you are planning on getting a 3d monitor setup...


even if you dont have money now always you can upgrade later ( 3d technology)

Nvidia GeForce 3D Vision Glasses & IR Emitter - Needs 120Hz Monitor .

Outstanding result
#7
Allthough not as mature as Nvidia, ATi have released its new Catalyst 10.3 driver that enables third-party providers of stereo 3D solutions to output stereoscopic three-dimensional images using ATI Radeon HD graphics cards.....

http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/video/display/20100324235120_ATI_Radeon_Finally_Supports_Stereoscopic_3D_Output.html
#8
Heat added and very tempting
#9
djfluff
Allthough not as mature as Nvidia, ATi have released its new Catalyst 10.3 driver that enables third-party providers of stereo 3D solutions to output stereoscopic three-dimensional images using ATI Radeon HD graphics cards.....

http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/video/display/20100324235120_ATI_Radeon_Finally_Supports_Stereoscopic_3D_Output.html


Even though the move formally allows ATI Radeon HD to support stereo 3D, just like Nvidia GeForce with 3D Vision technology, the solution is less flexible since it generally relies on proprietary technologies
#10
tasman23
Even though the move formally allows ATI Radeon HD to support stereo 3D, just like Nvidia GeForce with 3D Vision technology, the solution is less flexible since it generally relies on proprietary technologies


I would say that makes it more flexible, as its open to third parties to develop. I would say it's less mature / standardised so there is probably not as much support at the moment.

If I wanted a 3D setup now, I would go Nvidia, but I wouldn't rule out ATI cards if you were thinking about possibly going 3D some time in the future..
#11
djfluff
I would say that makes it more flexible, as its open to third parties to develop. I would say it's less mature / standardised so there is probably not as much support at the moment.

If I wanted a 3D setup now, I would go Nvidia, but I wouldn't rule out ATI cards if you were thinking about possibly going 3D some time in the future..


yep You need to waaaait if want to use radeon technology :)
#12
tasman23
yep You need to waaaait if want to use radeon technology :)


No, you can actually get it now. You may have to import, and it would cost a bit more than the Nvidia solution :

http://www.3d-shop.ro/?p=productsMore&iProduct=321

http://www.limitedgoods.com/itemView.php?ProdID=663135&source=FroogleUK&medium=free&campaign=FroogleUK_InStock
#13
I would rather wait for the ati hd 6000 series set for release end of this year

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