Zotac GeForce GTX260 *216 Stream Processor* 55nm SLI 896MB DDR3 TV-Out/Dual DVI PCI-Express - Retail **NOVATECH** (( £126.49 DELIVERED)) +Quidco
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Zotac GeForce GTX260 *216 Stream Processor* 55nm SLI 896MB DDR3 TV-Out/Dual DVI PCI-Express - Retail **NOVATECH** (( £126.49 DELIVERED)) +Quidco

Found 16th Jun 2009Made hot 16th Jun 2009
Zotac GeForce GTX260 *216 Stream Processor* 55nm SLI 896MB DDR3 TV-Out/Dual DVI PCI-Express - Retail

602MHz Core, 1296MHz Shader Clock, 896MB 1998MHz GDDR3 Memory, 216 Stream Processors, SLi Ready, 1 Year Warranty.

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I run 2x EVGA 260's in my PC, crysis warhead is great at 1960x1200 on my 24" Dell.

[email protected];5502820

I run 2x EVGA 260's in my PC, crysis warhead is great at 1960x1200 on my … I run 2x EVGA 260's in my PC, crysis warhead is great at 1960x1200 on my 24" Dell.



Is one year warranty standard to have? I'm used to lifetime.

Good deal but £20 more and you can get an XFX 4890. hot.

Hosain H;5504614

Good deal but £20 more and you can get an XFX 4890. hot.



Whats the performance difference like? I'm upgrading imminently.

JustExtreme;5505127

Whats the performance difference like? I'm upgrading imminently.



It's the same difference between a 4870 -> 4890. About a 15% increase in performance but the 4890 has alot of overclocking headroom so you can clock from 850MHz to (from reviews and such) 1000MHz stable.

Here's a handy review: tomshardware.co.uk/rad…tml

Flick through the pages.

BTW the XFX 4890 for £145 is at scan.

What are the juice requirements of this card, anyone know or have a link to compare with other cards?

(I'm sure I remember someone posting that sort of thing before)

Thanks in advance.

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[url]www.aria.co.uk/Superspecials/[/url] - gtx 260's 896MB for £123 delivered...

Hosain H;5505564

It's the same difference between a 4870 - 4890. About a 15% increase in … It's the same difference between a 4870 -> 4890. About a 15% increase in performance but the 4890 has alot of overclocking headroom so you can clock from 850MHz to (from reviews and such) 1000MHz stable.Here's a handy review: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/radeon-hd-4890,review-31546-7.htmlFlick through the pages.BTW the XFX 4890 for £145 is at scan.



Thanks repped

Pretty high up in the list of good video cards.

videocardbenchmark.net/vid…260

Apparently, nothing beats the GTX 285 though! :gift:

drspa44;5507060

Apparently, nothing beats the GTX 285 though! :gift:




A GTX 295 is actually ]top of the heap atm.

drspa44: not seen this comparison before, thanks for posting

Great price, voted hot.
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