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- Sapphire (38 reviews)
- Asus (31 reviews)
- Msi (21 reviews)
- Nvidia (13 reviews)
- Zotac (12 reviews)
- Gigabyte (11 reviews)
- His (11 reviews)
- Pny (11 reviews)
- Amd (8 reviews)
- Xfx (6 reviews)
- Ati (5 reviews)
- Evga (5 reviews)
- Gainward (5 reviews)
- Bfg (4 reviews)
- Foxconn (2 reviews)
- 3 (1 reviews)
- Avermedia (1 reviews)
- Connect (1 reviews)
- D (1 reviews)
- Ecs (1 reviews)
- Elgato (1 reviews)
- Matrox (1 reviews)
- Powercolor (1 reviews)
- Tul (1 reviews)
The lowest-end recent Radeon chip, the Sapphire Radeon HD 3450 is aiming very much at the budget end of the graphics card market.
£43 inc VAT
The PowerColor ATI Radeon HD 3850 Pro Extreme 512MB stands out as a great value for money graphics card in an over-crowded market.
£119 inc VAT
The graphics card market has been heating up in the recent past. After a succession of wins for nVidia, ATI was finally able to put together a competitive answer in…
£129 inc VAT
The nVidia GeForce 9800 GX2 feels like two 8800 GTX's sandwiched into a single card - and its impressive specifications justify that notion.
£350 inc VAT
The PNY GeForce 9800 GTX is, in essence, a G92 graphics card with superior specifications
£227 inc VAT
Few graphics cards are as mighty as nVidia's GeForce 9800 GX2. Or as expensive.
£369 inc VAT
nVidia's respected 9800 GTX card is given the gentle overclock treatment by PNY, with a small but useful lift to performance
£220 inc VAT
More than just a graphics card, the nVidia GeForce GTX 200 Series is no less than a secondary processor.
£299 inc VAT
AMD's plan for the AMD ATI Palit HD 4850? Create an easily scalable GPU that can stack up on a single card, so if you need more horsepower, you have an affordable…
£130 inc VAT
Sapphire's HD 4870 is the first graphics card we've tested to feature ATI's brand-new flagship Radeon HD 4800 series chips. Alongside its HD 4850 little brother…
£211 inc VAT
With the Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 4850 Toxic Edition, Sapphire delivers an enhanced ATI 4850 graphics card with a boosted clock speed and effective Zalman cooler.
£150 inc VAT
The Asus GeForce GTX 260 graphics card is based around nVidia's GTX 260, and is a less expensive alternative to the GTX 280 cards.
£224 inc VAT
The GTX 280 graphics chip has an excellent foundation, boasting 240 steam processors, a 602MHZ core and a memory clock speed of 1.1GHz.
£341 inc VAT
With two chips, two memory interfaces, and two lots of RAM, the Sapphire Radeon HD 4870 X2 has some searing specifications.
£376 inc VAT
If the typical £70-£100 graphics card is aimed at the relatively undemanding members of the gaming community, the targets for the sub-£50 cards, such as this Sapphire…
£47 inc VAT
While there are cheaper versions of the 4670 available, Sapphire has given ATI’s HD 4670 the VIP treatment to make the best sub-£75 deal we've seen yet.
£71 inc VAT
Based on the G95 core, nVidia's budget 9400 GT graphics card comes with a significantly compromised set of specifications, so as to hit an attractive sub-£40 price tag.
£40 inc VAT
The HIS HD 4850 IceQ 4 TurboX is HIS' take on the ATI Radeon HD 4850 Toxic Edition, with improved specifications.
£152 inc VAT
The Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 4830 512MB is a very decent graphics card for a relatively modest outlay.
£110 inc VAT
The HIS HD 4870 IceQ 4+ Turbo is an excellent, although somewhat expensive, graphics card.
£225 inc VAT
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