MSI FX5600 128MB Personal Cinema / TV Card *AGP*  £17.61Collected!

MSI FX5600 128MB Personal Cinema / TV Card *AGP* £17.61Collected!

Found 9th Oct 2006
Spotted this in 50% off sale link! Dirt cheap but doubt will last long. I think you can get a couple of % back via quidco aswell They have stores around the place for collection otherwise add delivery

MSI 128MB Graphics Card/TV Tuner in one, with extensive software bundle

* MSI Personal Cinema FX5600-VT 128 AGP Graphics card
* Designed using nVidia's GeForce FX5600 chipset and 128MB DDR RAM
* TV ready with a full range of channels, HD-TV ready inc remote
* AV box included (links to card), will allow linking TV, Video, HiFi etc
* Connections (output/input): S-Video, Audio, Composite, Includes Remote
* Software bundle: nVidia NVDVD, InterVideo WinD, Ulead DVD MovieFactory & Ulead VideoStudio

For more information from MSI - click here

Stock Status
OEM stock - no fancy packaging

1 year RTB
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cool. cheers mate
Can you buy online and collect in-store?
I'm looking but can't find any info at the moment.
Buy online and delivery is £7.50 :-(
Well I just gave the London store a call, apparently they have loads in stock and are expecting more tomorrow, so looks like it'll have to be a trot to the shop.
Would have liked the extra 2% back through QuidCo, but doesn't look like you can.
Worth looking over the reviews on the site, some not too favourable. Some helpful, pointing out the install instructions are in the wrong order in the manual.…rue
is this a freeview card ? as it says high definition ready
No it's not a Freeview card, just a analogue card and it's not HD ready in a HDCP sense.
I looked at some reviews of this and the slightly higher specced 5600 Ultra and it's not really better than the Ti4200 range. I don't really need the 'Personal Cinema' extras so I've decided to give this one a miss.
I have read that the ATI 9500 is a superior performer to both those 2 cards and I found this Sapphire 9550 SE:…484
For just £28.60. It's not a bad deal if like me you are stuck with just an AGP socket for now but are looking for a short term power boost for a small outlay.
The GeForceFX series were all comparatively poor performers due to their DX9 implementation.

If you were buying this card it would be for the personal cinema package which was an attempt to compete with ATI's successful All in Wonder Radeons but the Nvidia equivalent never really took off at the time.

Thanks coalfield :thumbsup:
I was wrong about the store collection thing. I meant you can buy from store... but not reserve online. I had a look on MSI's website and found some info on the card....…494 :thumbsup:

Buy online and delivery is £7.50 :-(

They only charge £4.50 for small items. I bought a MSI graphics card a few months ago and that was how much I was charged.
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