new 6xxx series launched!

  valkia 21:49 PM 21 Oct 10

Just saw this on overclockers forums :D

click here

  gengiscant 17:27 PM 17 Nov 10

Just took delivery of my Sapphire HD 6870 graphics from Scan 190 quid free postage, what a beast of a card.One hell of a size.

  gengiscant 15:05 PM 08 Nov 10

Scan have got it for £235 click here but I would wait as there is a price drop looming within the next couple of months,or so I hear.

  Colin 13:12 PM 08 Nov 10

AL47 - where did you get your 5870 from? I can't find one cheaper than £275.

  AL47 23:26 PM 07 Nov 10

im sticking with my 5870, i only paid 200 for it, and everything plays at max

  gengiscant 14:57 PM 28 Oct 10

Sorry. click here

  Coltch 15:13 PM 26 Oct 10

I'm looking at the 6870 to replace my 4850 - should see a very nice improvement (not that many of the games I play struggle at the moment).

  ams4127 23:04 PM 25 Oct 10

I'm staying with my 4890 too. Does what I want in Flight Simming and can see no reason to change for quite some time.

  Colin 20:03 PM 25 Oct 10

I must admit that 4890 is very good. I can run all the games I have very well at 1920x1200 on my 24" monitor.

However, I like to upgrade when I can so I'll keep an eye on the situation.

  donki 14:09 PM 25 Oct 10

I got the 4890 and it does all i want an absolute beast of a card I cant see me replacing it for a while certainly not for a 5XXX.

  Colin 19:12 PM 22 Oct 10

gengiscant - thanks for the link. I'm considering the 5850 as the 5870 & 5890 are out of my price range. I'll probably leave it until the New Year and monitor prices in the meantime.


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