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WTD nvidia GFx card £50.00

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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months agoFeedback:16 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
after a nvidia card for my spare pc lookign to spend £50 max after a dx10 card (8 series)
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months agoFeedback:16 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
I have a PNY 8600GTS for sale but would be looking for around £70 + P&P and paypal fees
#3
8600 what mb?
#4
256MB
it's this one Here
#5
You could a new one for under £60 here:
Xpertvision 256MB GeForce 8600GT TV/2XDVI PCI-E DDR3

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B000PL7PL6
#6
If you're going to be playing games go for the 8600gts or above. Anything below that would find it difficult to cope with today's games and future games.

If you're not playing games the 8600gt would be fine.
#7
got a 7600GS... looking for £25 + fees for it!

WW
#8
jazex;1482789
If you're going to be playing games go for the 8600gts or above. Anything below that would find it difficult to cope with today's games and future games.

If you're not playing games the 8600gt would be fine.


Thats odd, cause I have that exact model of Xpertvision 8600GT, (bought from Amazon), and it runs Crysis on medium settings just fine on my Athlon X2 4800+, 2gb RAM setup.

Even at medium settings, the game still looks very nice, (it must do, as even my wife commented on the quality of the graphics).

All the other games I play also run without difficulty, so I'd suggest taking the above comment with a pinch of salt, (although I'd estimate that for 6-12 months down the road, games would probably need something like an 8800gt to play decently).

Depends on how much you want to spend, and how hung up on having the latest kit you are really...

After 15 years or so on the great PC upgrade treadmill, I've found that generally, todays 'best thing since sliced bread' ends up being 'bargain bin fodder' about 10 minutes after it becomes part of your own PC setup! These days, I just do a bit of research, find out which components I need to ensure games don't run like interactive slideshows and buy what I can afford. Provided you run up to date drivers, patch games where necessary and set the ingame settings to a realistic standard, you should be just fine.

OK - jaded old guy's rant / advice over - you may now continue to talk amongst yourselves !!:thumbsup:
#9
jazex;1482789
If you're not playing games the 8600gt would be fine.
If you're not playing games any DX10 card would be suitable. Well, many DX9 cards (128Mb or more recommended) would be suitable too if you just need it for Aero.

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