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For the lads and ladies of the Uk here you are. <br />
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Connect3D ATI Radeon X1950 XT-X SILENT Heatpipe 512MB GDDR4 AVIVO TV-Out/Dual DVI (PCI-Express) - Retail (GX-050-CO) <br />
Is your rig ready for the onslaught of next generation games? It will be with the Connect3D X1950—the fastest consumer 3D graphics processor on the planet. Designed from the ground up to deliver maximum graphical detail at ultra-high frame rates, the Connect3D X1950''s state-of-the-art architecture includes an ultra-threaded engine for unparalleled shader performance. In addition, it is CrossFire™ ready, allowing your greatest multi-GPU fantasies to come true. The Connect3D X1950 ups the ante with Avivo™ video and display technology that delivers movies, games, and photos in high-definition with stunning color and realism. Equipped with ATI latest cooling technology – Heatpipe Silent Cooler, Connect3D X1950XTX is the fastest gaming graphic card on the earth. Connect3D X1950XTX featured with ultra fast 48 pixel shader processors, SM 3.0 and AVIVO latest graphic technologies, bringing you unrivalled visual quality. Connect3D X1950XTX IceQ 3 brings HD gaming to the next level of experience. ATI IceQ 3 keeps your card cooler with less noise, gives you extra head room for speeding, extends card service life and provides you a quieter environment for gaming experience. Get double barrel multi-GPU gaming performance that works with all games by adding a ATI X1950 Crossfire™ Edition graphics card for powerful GPU sharing. Starting with a ATI CrossFire Ready graphic card and motherboard, using a single external cable unites another ATI CrossFire™ Edition co-processor graphic card. ATI CrossFire™ accelerates all your games, all the time, and delivers the highest image quality modes and resolutions with no special software or patches needed for compatibility. The ATI cooling system draws cool air from inside the case and exhausts warm air outwards. This prevents the fan from recycling warm air to cool the VPU, which increases cooling performance and lower the air temperature inside the case significantly.<br />
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- Powered by ATI Radeon X1950XTX - 650MHz <br />
- 512MB-256bit 8 channel GDDR4 memory - 2.00GHz <br />
- ATI innovative heatpipe silent cooling solution<br />
- 48 Pixel shader processor <br />
- 8 Vertex shader processor <br />
- 8 Geometry Pipelines <br />
- Ultra-threaded SM 3.0 Engine <br />
- 512-bit Ring-bus <br />
- Crossfire compatible - Master Edition ATI/HIS X1950 card required!!

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</div>Here :<a href="http://www.overclockers.co.uk/acatalog/X1950_Series.html" target="_blank">http://www.overclockers.co.uk/acatal...50_Series.html</a>
 

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thing is would the 7950 gx2 be worth the £40 more?
 

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</div>In my opnion no. The X1950 XTX i think would be better than that card anyway.
 

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Nice, I wish Iwas in the UK lol
 

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thats what i thought .... how about this ? <br />
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<a href="http://lambda-tek.com/componentshop/index.pl?prodID=B62177" target="_blank">http://lambda-tek.com/componentshop/...?prodID=B62177</a>
 

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This goes in the "Deals" section guys...
 

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opps , can some nice mod move em?
 

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</div>Also considered as news so either way its not in a totally wrong section.
 

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<a href="http://lambda-tek.com/componentshop/index.pl?prodID=B62177" target="_blank">http://lambda-tek.com/componentshop/...?prodID=B62177</a></div>

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</div>Nice overall price...Looks dodgy as the site isnt very well put together.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">Also considered as news so either way its not in a totally wrong section.</div>

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</div>Sorry to say, but this is a deal not news. News would be:<br />
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"Intel go bust after ALL C2D's explode"<br />
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"Buy your exploding C2D E6600 for 120 bucks at the Egg!"
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">Sorry to say, but this is a deal not news. News would be:<br />
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"Intel go bust after ALL C2D's explode"<br />
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"Buy your exploding C2D E6600 for 120 bucks at the Egg!"</div>

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</div>I see your point . However also news IMO..However if a Mod moves it then thanks.
 

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<a href="http://www.overclock.net/111224-no-more-deals-news-section.html" target="_blank">http://www.overclock.net/news-overclockers/111224-no-more-deals-news-section.html</a><br />
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I heard everything is pricier in the U.K. Would this be considered a good deal? I think I've seen it for less in North America
 

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</div>Better when it's two X1950XTXs against Quad SLI, but one on one, the 7950GX2 definently wins.
 

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lambtek is a very good company and works on very small margines never ordered from them but i few people i know has, seem ok.......<br />
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they also do a e6000 conroe for £208 inc vat ....<br />
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Things over here in the UK is a rip off , we always pay inflated prices , and have 17.5% tax added to it ! bloody country!
 

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</div>I would be very surprised if that was the case..Can you show some benchmarks please.
 
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