Budget graphics card reviews
The latest Budget graphics card reviews at PC Advisor. Budget graphics card user reviews, ratings, buying advice and price comparison
The ATI HD 4770 fits in snugly between the HD 4850 and the HD 4830, in terms of performance at least. We tested a native ATI card, having previously tested an HIS…
£89 inc VAT
The ATI Radeon HD 5750 is a graphics card that belongs to ATI's "Juniper" line-up.
£119 inc VAT
Following ATI's new range of high-end DirectX 11 cards comes nVIDIA's response - a sub-£100 DirectX 10.1 graphics card. We review the Zotac nVidia GeForce GT 220.
£65 inc VAT
ATI Radeon HD 5670 is one of the newest ATI 5000 series of graphics cards and was code-named Redwood. As with the other 5000 series cards, it does give a performance…
£88 inc VAT
The HIS HD 5450 graphics card comes with some brave claims. It has complete DirectX 11 support, we're told. Plus the 'world's most advanced' graphics. And all for a…
£49 inc VAT
More expensive than the 4550 (and thus more appropriate for today's hardware-intensive gaming world), but still a good £23 short of the three figure mark, the…
£77 inc VAT
The MSI Radeon R5770 Hawk is based on the Radeon HD 5770 and sports twin fans and high quality components.
£147 inc VAT
The Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 5750 Vapor-X graphics card's low power needs make it a solid HTPC (home theatre PC) choice.
£120 inc VAT
The Gigabyte HD 5670 1GB is a great sub-£80 graphics card, with low power needs. Is its performance good enough to make it a bargain? Here's our Gigabyte HD 5670 review.
£76 inc VAT
After a slew of ATI Radeon graphics cards, it is indeed refreshing to get a nVidia card into our labs. The Zotac GeForce GT 240 is an nVidia-based graphics card that…
£78 inc VAT
The HIS ATI HD Radeon 5770 takes much of the technology of the new 5800 series cards, but makes it available a lower price. Updated 12 August 2010.
£127 inc VAT
The ATI Radeon HD5670 is an entry-level graphics card with 1GB of GDDR5 RAM, HDMI and DisplayPort outputs and DirectX 11 support. It utilises the same 'silent pipe'…
£99 inc VAT
The Asus ENGTS450 TOP DirectCU 1GB is a non-reference design, factory over-clocked Nvidia GeForce GTS450 graphics card. It uses non-reference cooling to keep the card…
£120 inc VAT
The Asus EAH6850 DirectCU is a mid-range graphics card that consumes less power and is less expensive than the Radeon HD 5850. It's got a custom cooler, too.
£142 inc VAT
The Sapphire Radeon HD 6850 is an outstanding graphics card for the money.
£160 inc VAT
The GeForce GTX 550 Ti is a good graphics card, but nVidia seems to have given just enough of a performance boost so as to not cannibalise its higher-end products.
£107 inc VAT
The Sapphire Radeon HD 6770 is a graphics card that offers good value at around the £100 mark.
£110 inc VAT
The performance difference means the GTX 550 TI will be inadequate to run games in the future a lot sooner than the 6870 will. In this lower end of the mid-range…
£115 inc VAT
The Zotac GeForce GTX 560 Multiview is a cut-down version of nVidia's GTC 560 graphics card, offering reduced specifications for a reduced price.
£160 inc VAT
The Sapphire AMD Radeon HD 6570 is a low-power graphics card for media-centre PCs and those on a tight budget.
£56 inc VAT
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