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On the face of it, £470 for a graphics chip doesn't seem the best of deals. But what if that money bought not one but two chips?
£470 inc VAT
The GTX 780 is great for those who value noise and lower power consumption. Read our XFX Radeon R9 290X Boost Edition review.
£455 inc VAT
The title of fastest single GPU in the world is important to nVidia. Hence this beast of a card based on nVidia's GeForce GTX 295 chipset: the XFX GeForce GTX 295.
£450 inc VAT
The XFX ATI Radeon HD 5870 1024MB graphics card offers good performance and an efficient design.
£330 inc VAT
The XFX Radeon R7-265 2GB Core Edition is a graphics card from AMD that offers more in terms of value for money than it does performance. Here's our XFX Radeon R7-265…
£116 inc VAT
If you need a budget graphics card for less than £50 then read our XFX AMD Radeon R7 240 2GB review.
£46 inc VAT
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