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BFG GeForce 7900 GTO 256MB PCI Express Graphics Card @ Play.Com - £60.99 (RRP £239.99)
BFG GeForce 7900 GTO 256MB PCI Express Graphics Card @ Play.Com - £60.99 (RRP £239.99)

BFG GeForce 7900 GTO 256MB PCI Express Graphics Card @ Play.Com - £60.99 (RRP £239.99)

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Designed for extreme HD gaming, the BFG GeForce® 7900 GT OC graphics card delivers ultra-realistic gaming experiences and unparalleled image quality at resolutions up to 2560x1600.
A 256-bit memory interface and fast GDDR3 memory enable ultra-smooth frame rates at maximum quality settings. Factory overclocked core and memory clocks gives an extra boost in performance at no extra cost. True Lifetime Warranty and Free 24/7 E-mail technical support.

Minimum System Requirements:
· CPU with 1GHz processor speed or higher
· 256MB of RAM
· Microsoft® Windows® XP
· CD or DVD-ROM drive
· 35MB available hard disk space 50MB for full installation)
· A 350W PCI Express compliant system power supply (with 12V current rating of 20A or more)
· A PCI Express compliant motherboard.
· A vacant x16 PCI Express slot.
· Two available hard disk drive power dongles (smaller floppy disk drive connector is not sufficient)
-or-
· A PCI Express supplementary power connector

Note: For two GeForce® 7900 GT-based graphics cards running in NVIDIA® SLI configurations, a minimum 450W PCI Express compliant system power supply (with 12V rating of 28A) is recommended.

Specifications:
Processor: 7900 GT
Interface Slot: PCI Express
Memory: 256MB GDDR3
Core Clock: 475MHz (vs 450MHz)
Memory Clock: 1360MHz effective (vs. 1320MHz standard)
RAMDAC: Dual 400MHz
Connectors: 2 Dual-Link DVI-I, HDTV
Vertices/sec: 990 million.
Memory Bandwidth: 43.5GB/second
Maximum Analog Resolution at 32-bit color: [email protected]
Maximum Digital Resolution at 32-bit color: [email protected]
Built for Microsoft® Windows® Vista
Overclocked Core and Memory Clocks
True Lifetime Warranty
24/7 Free E-mail Technical Support
Connectors: 2 Dual-Link DVI-I, HDTV

8 Comments

256mb card for £60, nah, much better cards out there for same price. Think my £40 HD4650 beats it and that's got 512mb

rrp most certainly aint £239.99 i only paid £120 for my gts 260

new in 2006 it was only £152.74

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nice card 5 years ago now an antique

Kankan101;8901181

256mb card for £60, nah, much better cards out there for same price. … 256mb card for £60, nah, much better cards out there for same price. Think my £40 HD4650 beats it and that's got 512mb



I don't really know the performance of this particular card, but you may want to be careful about comparing the amount of memory, because that really doesn't tell all that much. There are much better ways to compare graphics cards.

790 GTO passmark = 618
HD4650 passmark = 522

You could still get a lot better for £60

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Talicus;8901773

I don't really know the performance of this particular card, but you may … I don't really know the performance of this particular card, but you may want to be careful about comparing the amount of memory, because that really doesn't tell all that much. There are much better ways to compare graphics cards.



sorry il be getting the computer geek squad round now LOL, i'll be careful no worries :-D:-D:-D.

I wasnt really making any particular comparison but easily get gfx cards with double that now at a much cheaper price.
Im no computer geek but even I know that this is near enough 4 generations old now and for what you get it isnt much and with the ammount of electricily you need for this compared to my HD4650 then, I dont need any extra fans or connectors and im running it on a 300w psu with zero issue's

from the benchmark its not far off at all and double the ram on mine would help a load more, current games are now come to the 256mb miminum spec now,this will probably get all the well this is ddr3 ram, etc now LOL

This one might be a better choice for those on a tight budget (£49.98): ]http//ww…ned

HD4830 Passmark = 1258
DX10 ect.
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