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The GTX 260 has never been known as an exciting graphics chip. BFG's GeForce GTX 260 OC Maxcore 55 seeks to improve that reputation.
£246 inc VAT
As can be discerned from the name, the 9800 GTX+ OC is a slightly enhanced version of the 9800 GTX graphics card.
£150 inc VAT
At around £200, BFG Technologies' PCI Express board, the GeForce 8800 GTS OC, is on the pricey side (similar cards can cost £150), but it ships overclocked and…
£218 inc VAT
The GTS will appeal to the hardcore gamer without buckets of money to throw at their PC.
£291 inc VAT
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