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OcUK GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB GDDR3 HDTV/Dual DVI (PCI-Express) - Retail 97.51 delivered
OcUK GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB GDDR3 HDTV/Dual DVI (PCI-Express) - Retail 97.51 delivered

OcUK GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB GDDR3 HDTV/Dual DVI (PCI-Express) - Retail 97.51 delivered

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Redefine your gaming reality with the OcUK GeForce® 8800 GTS 320MB PCI Express graphics card featuring the world's first DirectX® 10 GPU and a powerful unified architecture that delivers an incredibly true-to-life gaming experience. Power through games at record speeds and charge through game maps with vividly realistic, sun-up to sun-down HDR lighting effects while steering clear of mind-blowing physics effects such as explosions, fire, and smoke. Crank up 16x full-screen anti-aliasing without missing a beat - no jaggies, no worries. And when you're not destroying the enemy, relax watching your favorite movies with NVIDIA PureVideo technology.

- GeForce 8800 GTS core running at 513MHz
- Shader Clock Speed of 1200MHz
- 320MB GDDR3 Memory running at 1600MHz
- 320-Bit Memory Interface
- 96 Stream Processors
- Shader Model 4.0
- Texture Fill Rate: 24 billion/sec
- Memory Bandwidth: 64GB/s
- Designed For Extreme HD Gaming
- Nvidia Pure Video Technology
- Dedicated Video processors free the GPU Shaders to run 3D applications
- Dual dual-link DVI supports two 2560 x 1600 resolution displays
- HDCP Enabled!!
- SLI ready Upto 2x the performance of a single GPU (Available on with future driver release)
- True High Dynamic Range Rendering Support Based on Open EXR technology
- World's first unified architecture supporting Microsoft® DirectX® 10
- Built for Microsoft® Windows® Vista

Note: These cards require PCI-E x16 slots, they will not function in a x8 slot so for SLi you need dual x16 mainboard. Finally 500W minimum for PSU and 600W+ is recommended.

13 Comments

Welcome to HUKD ]false prophet!

Better off buying a 8800gt 512mb, the 320mb gts is old technology now, and just dosnt perfom as well as graphics cards £10 more expensive. Even a 3870 would be better.

Original Poster

your right i want an 8800gt 512mb myself.could you point me to the link where i can purchase one for 98 pounds as you stated thanks.v m appreciated.

or a 3870 for 98 pounds im not fussy.

nm a 3870 underperforms this card on almost all tests.whew i nearly bought one for 30 pounds extra,thank god for google.

must remember name.david b.no idea a sheep led by marketing.

Original Poster

no this item is 88 pounds that item is 11 pounds more so with the 8 pounds delivery it costs you 107.also in most tests the 320mb performs better.

paired with a decent CPU at lower res (1280 and below) this will still run every current game other than Crysis at max settings

false prophet;1874890

.................also in most tests the 320mb performs better.



I am sorry but not in the tests that I have seen & not with the latest games that like 512mb memory.

legionhardware.com/doc…p=3

Chris

Original Poster

lol we all now fear had bad code.the question is your getting an 8800gts for the price of an 8600 gts.i guess its all up to the individual.for me personally my eyes lit up at this price.

Chris52;1875028

I am sorry but not in the tests that I have seen & not with the latest … I am sorry but not in the tests that I have seen & not with the latest games that like 512mb memory.http://www.legionhardware.com/document.php?id=645&p=3Chris



False Prophet is correct. Most comparisons show there is no tangible benefit for the 640mb version. In fact in many cases the 640mb performed (ever so slightly) worse, ie Doom 3 / Oblivion etc.

If you must buy a GTS, id save £11 and go with the 320 without a shadow of doubt.

Good to know you can pick these up cheaply now, for people like myself with an SLI board and a single 320Mb GTS who would quite like to go SLI without buying 2 more expensive cards all over again

noodledoodle;1875140

False Prophet is correct. Most comparisons show there is no tangible … False Prophet is correct. Most comparisons show there is no tangible benefit for the 640mb version. In fact in many cases the 640mb performed (ever so slightly) worse, ie Doom 3 / Oblivion etc. If you must buy a GTS, id save £11 and go with the 320 without a shadow of doubt.



the extra memory comes into play for high resolutions... running a 22" widescreen @ 1680 * 1050, the 640Mb card would be a better choice for me

It would be better to spend another £25 and get a new 8800gt 512mb clearly.

noodledoodle;1875140

False Prophet is correct. Most comparisons show there is no tangible … False Prophet is correct. Most comparisons show there is no tangible benefit for the 640mb version. In fact in many cases the 640mb performed (ever so slightly) worse, ie Doom 3 / Oblivion etc. If you must buy a GTS, id save £11 and go with the 320 without a shadow of doubt.



Unfortunately most of the reviews for these older cards are with older games. There is a tendency for newer games to like more video card memory & 512mb is now the sweet spot. The game that I know best, FSX, doesn't really like 320mb at all.

I agree an absolute bargain if you have one already & want to go SLi.

Chris
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