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PowerColor HD 3850 256MB GDDR3 256bit Dual DVI PCI-E Graphics Card
PowerColor HD 3850 256MB GDDR3 256bit Dual DVI PCI-E Graphics Card

PowerColor HD 3850 256MB GDDR3 256bit Dual DVI PCI-E Graphics Card

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ATI's latest graphics card available (38 instock) for £91 delivered.
Substantially cheaper than the 8800gt with similar performance to the 8800gts, nice benchmark roundup of this type of card here (focussed on the 8800gt but the 3850 is in the benchmarks):
tomshardware.co.uk/GeF…tml

Crysis benchmarks are here:
tomshardware.co.uk/GeF…tml

ATI Radeon HD 3800 Series graphics processors have break-through efficiency, with up to twice the processing performance per watt than previous generations of AMD GPUs. And thanks to a smaller format that runs cooler, you can pack more performance in your system at an extraordinary value.

* Graphics engine - Radion 3850
* Video memory - 256MB GDDR3
* Engine clock - 668MHz
* Memory clock - 828MHz x 2
* Memory interface - 256bit
* DirectX Support - 10.1
* Bus standard - PCI-E 2.0

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Actually free postage at the min as well

http://www.bjorn3d.com/Material/revimages/video/PowerColor_HD3850/front_page_3850.jpg

(box image shows 512meg version)

Does any one know if it needs an extra power connector to to run?
And if so is the large molex connection or the new sata ones?

Sorry - but I'm still going for an OC 8800GT !

Not a bad price on a 3850 though.

What sort of power supply would I need to run two of these fellas paired up?

Edit: lmao it doesn't like a 6 letter word beginning with 'b' that's associated with old men and dead bodies so I had to change it to 'fellas'.
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