Radeon 9800 pro - £136 inc VAT

  [email protected] 20:54 07 Jul 2004
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Just letting people know you can buy a Connect 3D Radeon 9800 pro for £136 inc VAT from eBuyer now click here

That's even cheaper than the Sapphire one they sell for £150

  -Beb- 21:15 07 Jul 2004

I remember Overclockers had 9800 pros a few times below the £120 mark on their special offer thing which was a really good price.

  Totally-braindead 22:46 07 Jul 2004

-Beb- I got one and spent a fortnight to try to get it working, I failed and returned it, it was faulty and got a refund, I would only buy a branded one now, I was really tearing my hair out trying to get it to work, on a MSI Geforce 5900 now and it worked perfect first time.

  -Beb- 02:10 08 Jul 2004

Cheers for the advice. Was that the ATI branded card or the Hercules?

  Rayuk 19:01 08 Jul 2004

Please check that it is a 256bit card and not the 128bit that Sapphire is selling,think Connect3D is also doing the same.

  [email protected] 14:10 09 Jul 2004

On the connect3D website it only shows the All in Wonder version. That one does have 256-but memory so it is likely that the one on eBuyer will have that too.

click here

  [email protected] 14:10 09 Jul 2004

On the connect3D website it only shows the All in Wonder version. That one does have 256-bit memory so it is likely that the one on eBuyer will have that too.

click here

  Rayuk 17:32 09 Jul 2004

click here
This is a 128bit connect3d card so still pays to be cautious.

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