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Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 4GB PCI-Express 3.0 HDMI Palit Graphics Card 'Far Cry 4, The Crew or ACU!' game voucher £234.99 Inc Free Delivery @ Dabs
Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 4GB PCI-Express 3.0 HDMI Palit Graphics Card 'Far Cry 4, The Crew or ACU!'  game voucher £234.99 Inc Free Delivery @ Dabs

Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 4GB PCI-Express 3.0 HDMI Palit Graphics Card 'Far Cry 4, The Crew or ACU!' game voucher £234.99 Inc Free Delivery @ Dabs

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The GeForce® GTX™ 970 is a high-performance graphics card designed for serious gaming. Powered by new NVIDIA® Maxwell™ architecture, it features advanced technologies and class-leading graphics for incredible gaming experiences.

Next generation NVIDIA Maxwell architecture
Palit Own Design
4GB 7Gbps onboard memory
4 concurrent displays support
NVIDIA 3-way SLI ready
Blower design with heatpipes ensures effective heat dissipation in two slot board width
35% less power consumption than the previous generation (GTX770)
Up to 30% Performance higher than the previous generation (GTX770)

Features

NVIDIA Super Resolution technology
NVIDIA GameWorks technology
NVIDIA GameStream technology
NVIDIA G-Sync Ready
NVIDIA SHIELD Ready
Microsoft DirectX 12
NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0
NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync
NVIDIA Surround technology
NVIDIA SLI Ready
NVIDIA CUDA technology
PCI Express 3.0 support
OpenGL 4.4 support
OpenCL. support

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Nice find bud, at these prices looks like the gtx 960 will come out at £150 price area in Jan-Feb. More info at CES in Jan, think I will wait till then for benchmarks compared to this as long as it has 3-4 gb vram. - Heat

showing as £244.99 ?

doh, just read code, sorry, it's early

nice find op, heat added

Fantastic Price :-)

That's a great price. I paid £225 via Flubit for mine, but that was without a game. Be aware that the cooler on this is cheap and that if you're thinking of water cooling this:
a) it's a stubby board with the VRM at the front
b) there's a warranty sticker on one of the heatsink screws.

diyson

That's a great price. I paid £225 via Flubit for mine, but that was … That's a great price. I paid £225 via Flubit for mine, but that was without a game. Be aware that the cooler on this is cheap and that if you're thinking of water cooling this:a) it's a stubby board with the VRM at the frontb) there's a warranty sticker on one of the heatsink screws.



why have they put a warranty sticker on one of the screws. dumb if they think people won't upgrade the cooler

royals

why have they put a warranty sticker on one of the screws. dumb if they … why have they put a warranty sticker on one of the screws. dumb if they think people won't upgrade the cooler



It isn't "dumb", it is to make sure that the warranty is visually voided if someone removes the cooler. There are plenty of ham fisted morons out there, so I can't blame them. Very few manufacturers actually allow cooler removal, EVGA being one of the few (if not the only one) that does these days. Most don't stoop to the warranty void sticker over the screws anymore, but they will refuse returns if it is obvious it has been tampered with.
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