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[UK] 768MB Asus GTX 460 TOP

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  1. Techtu

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    ENGTX460 DIRECTCU TOP/2DI/768M - 768MB Asus GTX 460 TOP, 3680MHz GDDR5, GPU 700MHz, Shader Clock 1400MHz, 336 Cores, 2xDL DVI/mHDMI​


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    Specs
    Manufacturer: Asus
    Cooling: Fan
    Chipset: GTX 460
    Interface: PCI-E 2.0 (x16)
    Edition: N/A
    Connectivity: 2 x Dual Link DVI-I
    1 x mini HDMI
    Chipset Features: Microsoft DirectX® 11
    NVIDIA nView Multi-Display Technology
    NVIDIA PhysX™-Ready
    OpenGL 4.0
    PureVideo HD
    Manufacturing process: 40 nm
    SLI Type: 2 Way
    Cores: 336
    HDCP Ready:
    Core Clock: 700 MHz
    Width: Dual Slot
    Shader Clock: 1400 MHz
    Memory: 768MB
    Memory Bit Rate: 192 Bit
    Memory Type: GDDR5
    Package Type: Retail
    Memory Clock: 3680 MHz

    Features
    • Gigantic 768MB GDDR5 Memory
    For the best gaming experience & resolution

    • 700 MHz engine clock overclocked

    • PCI Express 2.0 support

    • ASUS Splendid
    Watching movies on PC is as good as on Top-of-the-line consumer television

    • ASUS Gamer OSD
    Real-time overclocking, benchmarking and video capturing in any PC game!

    • ASUS Smart Doctor
    Your intelligent hardware protection and powerful overclocking tool

    • GPU Guard
    Doubles structural reinforcement. Cracks free!

    • EMI Shield
    Effectively blocks 66% radiations to protect user's health and improve graphics clarity

    • Fuse Protection
    Fuse Protection technology delivers double the over-current protection for risk-free computing

    £123.92

    Source - Scan.co.uk
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    Very nice price,scan seems to be ahead of pricing than ebuyer now.
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    Maybe so, but something we all shouldn't forget is Scan doesn't offer free delivery, Ebuyer sometimes/mostly does :)
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    Well i get free next day delivery if i spend over £20 excluding VAT on scan so either way i am only paying for the hardware itself and no postage. :)
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    Why not take the stick out of your ass, it wasn't meant as a criticism to your post.
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    ... Oh, I see. I actually wasn't being sarcastic in what I said, although reading over it I can see that it did come across like that, Sorry for it coming across to you like that :)

    I was just trying to suggest at those prices they are worth letting other TPU'ers look at too.
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  9. NdMk2o1o

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    Ok sorry mate my bad, you get so used to people being sarccy with you it gets hard to tell if someone is or isn't sometimes :laugh:

    Apologies dude!!
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    It's fine :toast:

    Yeh there is one or two slightly cocky members around, but I try not to be one of them as that person you may well be pissing off could very well be the person who could of answered your tech problem/solving questions with ease, and to be fair... I'd rather have people like that on my side :D

    I know exactly what you mean though, it can be really hard to tell how a person mean's something when your only reading a short sentence from any one person, unless you generally know them somewhat.

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