OcUK ATI Radeon HD 6870 1024MB with FREE Deus Ex Game for £129.89 Inc Delivery
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OcUK ATI Radeon HD 6870 1024MB with FREE Deus Ex Game for £129.89 Inc Delivery

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Found 29th Aug 2011
Cheapest 6870 card I've found, and comes with the latest Deus Ex game free!! Only downside being no free delivery but the deal still makes it miles cheaper than anything else I've compared.

Specs as follows:
- Core Clock: 900MHz
- Memory: 1024MB GDDR5
- Memory Clock: 4200MHz (Effective)
- Memory Bandwidth: 135.6GB/s
- Processing Cores: 1120
- Bus Type: PCI-Express 2.1
- Display Connectors: 1 Dual Link DVI-I and 1 single link DVI-D, 1 HDMI & 2x Mini-DisplayPort
- HDCP Capable
- DirectX 11 Support
- OpenGL 3.2 Support
- ATI CrossFire Ready
- ATI Eyefinity Technology
- ATI Avivo HD
- ATI Stream Technology
- ATI HD3D Technology
- Warranty: 2 Years
- Deus Ex: Human Revolution FREE download code. Only on orders placed on 26/08/2011 onwards. Your code shall be emailed to you Wednesday 31st August onwards, please don't call or email us before this time.
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great but Pre-order - ETA: 05/09/11
DownHill911

great but Pre-order - ETA: 05/09/11



Yeah, this is a pre-order offer, price is going up £10 on release and not sure if game will be included.
ETA in 1 week...
OcUK - questionable ethics
deus ex isn't included in the box, ocuk are going to be emailing the deus ex code to people that have ordered this (and other amd cards that inc deus ex). its for orders placed from 26th(so if you ordered before you'll have to cancel the order and order again if you want deus ex code), they will be emailing the codes from wednesday.
hypovalaemic

OcUK - questionable ethics



+1
hypovalaemic

OcUK - questionable ethics



elaborate...
ukbilleh

elaborate...



Please do. Not that I doubt your opinion, just I've never had a problem with OcUK, even with returns.
Total :

£129.89

thats the total with postage you might want to update your title
Edited by: "siwrath" 29th Aug 2011
ukbilleh

elaborate...



Lots of bad publicity on them over the net, a lot more than the usual people buying DDR3 RAM that won't fit into a DDR2 board then blame the supplier.

Bad CS, a LOT of packages coming incomplete, broken ETC.
hypovalaemic

OcUK - questionable ethics


+2. They have no problems taking your money, but when it comes to returning stuff it's a whole different story (speaking from experience).
aceuk

+2. They have no problems taking your money, but when it comes to … +2. They have no problems taking your money, but when it comes to returning stuff it's a whole different story (speaking from experience).



Snap. Had a HDD that was DOA and they made me jump through hoops to prove that it was actually dead (even though I explained that it wouldn't power up and couldn't be detected by the PC due to this). Spent a day running different tests on it, just so they would accept that it was dead.
Edited by: "Ross_87" 29th Aug 2011
£8.95 delivery?
They also have this mystical PC that no matter what you have thats DOA / faulty it will be fine when they have tried it on the mystical PC ,
It is a good price though considering you get a great game also .
Edited by: "capcom1" 29th Aug 2011
hypovalaemic

OcUK - questionable ethics



True but the same applies to Scan in my experience. I have had problems with Ebuyer too... less so, but it was a big item and it **** me off.

The only place I have never had problems is Amazon.
Edited by: "stonebear" 29th Aug 2011
OCuk review system is dodgy.... try writing a bad product review.. they will never publish it.

Very misleading for customers looking for honest reviews on products, they loose all credibility for me.
redserpent

OCuk review system is dodgy.... try writing a bad product review.. they … OCuk review system is dodgy.... try writing a bad product review.. they will never publish it.Very misleading for customers looking for honest reviews on products, they loose all credibility for me.


I always wondered why all the reviews were positive lol
I feel bad now - bought a low profile card for my HPTC from there the other day. Working fine...for now
Even pc pro magazine said they had very dodgy ethics. I wouldent buy from them ever again.
7 years of purchasing from them and I've never had an issue, horses for courses.
capcom1

They also have this mystical PC that no matter what you have thats DOA / … They also have this mystical PC that no matter what you have thats DOA / faulty it will be fine when they have tried it on the mystical PC ,It is a good price though considering you get a great game also .


Tell me about it, I remember being so annoyed at them about my DOA mobo that when they finally agree to send me another, I thought I'd mark the corner of it and I'm glad I did as sent me my original back as a replacement
OcUK = cold
Leepox

might change peoples … might change peoples mindshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4x1LOnjPOY&feature=related



Ermmmm...what has that got to do with this?

Seriously they really did that ? I've heard a lot negative stories about refunds and faulty items but that takes the biscuit !

Trickay

Tell me about it, I remember being so annoyed at them about my DOA mobo … Tell me about it, I remember being so annoyed at them about my DOA mobo that when they finally agree to send me another, I thought I'd mark the corner of it and I'm glad I did as sent me my original back as a replacement


Trust me DO NOT buy from this company, if something goes wrong with the product they are a nightmare to deal with.

Quick enough to take your money but customer service is probably the worst on the internet
Edited by: "stepp" 29th Aug 2011
cracking deal now as i got discount codes for overclockers !
Edited by: "Hredknapp" 29th Aug 2011
DweebDude

I always wondered why all the reviews were positive lol


I posted a good comment last week but its not beeb published so i think they dont care what u say.

If you like ati cards get it as it worth it at that price, mind i'm an nvidia lover tbh
+3, +4, +5, +6 ..

They work through their forum, which might be worth more than the shop itself because it is a religion in its own beancounting time. Within those dark confines, one could easily witness numpties pouring out their ignorance about cheap goods [they are not, they work like "Tesco"] and quick delivery [because OC runs their own courier service, of course] and similar mesmerised religiosities. The type who when asked to "Open wide", will reply enthusiasitcally, "Is that wide enuff, pretty pleeasee..."

Had received a used mobo tarted as brand new and it once took them 4 months [and that was after much goading and being told not to be a drama queen.. !!] to replace a Dvd drive which costs only £16 at the time. Glad I stopped 2 others from customising there. It is wise to remember that leopards do not change spots because those spots are genetic. The facade might change, of course. Some Swedish pop group song about money suits them to a tee. To them, a customer is jest money rollin' in and service is Scrooge's money being put to worthless surplus employment. Nothing else matters to these jokers other than that ole "Chosen Few" saying of, "Ve vont take "No" fur zer answer..." You shore do, you lucky devil you.
If you do have problems with the standard RMA route, contact the customer service via their forums. I've done this and they were very helpful. They did ask me to run a few tests first but to be fair asking a customer to do so is entirely understandable as it avoids returning the item just to find out that the fault was elsewhere.
stonebear

[quote=hypovalaemic]The only place I have never had problems is Amazon.



I try and stick with Amazon now when it comes to tech (especially after the exchange issues with OcUK). I may end up sometimes paying a bit more than some places for it, but at least I know I am not going to get problems if I need to return / exchange it.
Never had an issue with them, ordered 3 or 4 times
Ross87

I try and stick with Amazon now when it comes to tech (especially after … I try and stick with Amazon now when it comes to tech (especially after the exchange issues with OcUK). I may end up sometimes paying a bit more than some places for it, but at least I know I am not going to get problems if I need to return / exchange it.


First place i look also , and if there within a certain amount higher depending on the cost of the item there getting my money
DM24

Never had an issue with them, ordered 3 or 4 times


Orderings not the problem..lol , Its giving them there faulty **** back thats the problem
Edited by: "capcom1" 29th Aug 2011
capcom1

Orderings not the problem..lol , Its giving them there faulty **** back … Orderings not the problem..lol , Its giving them there faulty **** back thats the problem



Gotcha' - well, let's hope my ram and mobo keep running smoothly then
Good price im looking for upgrade my HD4890 i think gona go for that deal.. Thx OP heat added
hypovalaemic

OcUK - questionable ethics


Another good example is when Intel announced there was an bug with their P67/H67 chipsets back in January and were recalling motherboards. OcUK just carried on selling the faulty motherboards for over a week instead of withdrawing them from sale completely!
redserpent

OCuk review system is dodgy.... try writing a bad product review.. they … OCuk review system is dodgy.... try writing a bad product review.. they will never publish it.Very misleading for customers looking for honest reviews on products, they loose all credibility for me.


yea because customer reviews are reliable on other sites such as amazon etc lmao
Edited by: "C64" 29th Aug 2011
siwrath

Total : £129.89thats the total with postage you might want to update your … Total : £129.89thats the total with postage you might want to update your title


free postage for me and all other people with a functioning brain
Edited by: "C64" 29th Aug 2011
£120 and sell the game code on = red hot deal a 6870 for around £100 after selling steam code deosn't get any hotter than this
The fact its not a reseller or the likes puts me off. I bought a x1950 pro years ago off them and it just came in a black box with the extremely loud cooler. I guess it was simply the reference card. Next time I get an ATI card I'll prob grab a Sapphire or other well known brand.
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