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  1. choppy

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    http://www.ebuyer.com/search/?strSe...intCatID=48&intSubcatUID=2345&bolShowAll=true


    Sapphire HD 3850 256MB GDDR3 Dual DVI TVO PCI E Graphics Card £104.69 Inc. VAT


    Power Color HD3850 512MB GDDR3 256bit Dual DVI TVO HDMI Dongle £115.20 Inc. VAT


    Power Color HD3870 PCS 512MB GDDR4 256bit 800 2400Mhz Dual DVI £140.65 Inc. VAT


    best prices going from reputable website and they have stock, 3870 is a bargain but so is 512mb 3850 imo

    edit: its also free delivery! bargain!!
     
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    A good deal! Almost as good as my £134 for a Club 3D card that I bought from CBC instead of the 8800GT...including postage to N. I. :D
     
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    wow thats a good price, i didnt know bt had a shop!
     
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    Its just dabs in disguise, except they give delivery for orders over £99 all the time.

    £99.82 - They have free delivery now and again.

    Also with dabs and aria use quidco to get 2% off.
     
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    aria price is + delivery cos its a web-only special. for the bog standard 3850 them are the best prices esp bt, the powercolor pcs versions are more worth the money at ebuyer, overclocked with aftermarket cooler
     
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    i have been looking at the ebuyer one for some time now, just i will also have to get me a new PSU for it though. humph :(
     
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    550w should be enough, im planning on trying to get away with 450w ocz modstream!
     
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    Out of stock :(

    Looks like theyve run out of stock already, doh :banghead:! Having said that, I checked out some reviews of the HD3850 PCS that powercolor do and it was pretty damn good, whipped the 8600GTS and its was an even fight with the 2900XT. The 8800GT just shaded it, so the 3870 should kick its butt, gonna get me one of these! Any advice on PSU? Im planning to build a new system at the end of the month having built 2 in the last 3 years, each one being a learning experience lol. Thought I had it right last time but my PSU has let me down :shadedshu as well as a shoddy case but ne'rmind. Aaanyway, going for a Q6600, 680i mobo of some description, preferably Asus (but hopefully Asus P5N32-E SLI Socket 775 Nforce 680i SLI FSB1333 Audio Firewire ATX Motherboard), and a couple of gig of speedy ram (OCZ 2GB Kit (2x1GB) DDR2 1150MHz/PC2-9200 Reaper Memory HPC Edition Dual Channel CL5), the PSU ive been looking at is the OCZ GameXStream 700W. Any help would be grateful :respect:
     
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    oh yeah, and those 8800GT's arent that cheap, play.com do the zotac one with free delivery for £159.99

    PS Check out the Zotac 8800GT amp! edition, mental overclock, beats a GTX if i remember correctly.
     
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    no mine doesnt have a connector to the card
     
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    imo the ocz stealthxstream has the qualities of a high-end psu for the price of a mid range. at just under £50 its a proper bang for you buck psu and should be plenty power for whatever you got

    http://microdirect.co.uk/(17482)OCZ-600SXS-StealthXStream-600W-PSU--3-year.aspx

    also you should be asking this in project log or general hardware!
     
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    i think the same as above can apply to you too m8!
     
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    yea cheers bud. i would upgrade etc etc but you know...car=open wound in my bank account.


    still i think the pricing on these cards are very good.
     
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    no worries just tryna get that cheap deal for peeps! yea these cards are cheap but expect em to go down under 100 in a month or so when 256mb 8800gt's start to appear
     

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