The Geforce GTX 680 GPU has already managed to attract the interest of many because of the excellent value for money Nvidia's latest product offers compared to what the competition has on offer.
And Dabs is selling the cheapest video card based on the GPU on the market, one made by Palit, the NE5X68001042-P2002F, which carries a selling price of £400 which can be cut to £375 using the voucher code "SPRING25".
The card - which is preordered on demand - comes with 2GB GDDR5 memory clocked at 3004GHz (with a 256 bit interface), PCI-Express 3.0, 1536 CUDA cores, a GPU base clock of 1006GHz which can be boosted by five per cent to 1058MHz, HDMI, D-DVI and DisplayPort display connectors, two 6-pin power connectors and a TDP of 195W.
The GTX 680 supports up to four concurrent displays and include Nvidia's GPU boost, adaptive vertical sync and 3D Vision Surround technology. You can read our take on the GeForce GTX 680, which uses Nvidia's new Kepler architecture and is produced using TSMC's new 28nm process.
AMD's direct rival is the Radeon 7970 HD which costs around the same price but generally performs worse than the GTX 680.
Source : Dabs