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    find me a: HERCULES 9600, 9700, 9800 gfx card for around £100.

    find me a: HERCULES 9600, 9700, 9800 gfx card for around £100.

    please help, i placed a huge order with ocuk for the herc rad 9600.

    order never came, phoned up went nuts, 9600 was replace by 9700 foc.

    order never came, phoned up went nuts and told them to cancel the gfx card unless they could supply me with a 9600, 9700, 9800, they couldnt and removed gfx card from the order.

    I dont mind too much from where or which model just that its brand new, and preferably retail packaged, they had them all in stock at around £100 and when i ordered they all mysteriously dissappeared, £10 to the first man who can nail one down for me: 9600 (<£100), 9700 (<125), 9800 (<£150).

    none of them to be the crappy model, the pro or xt etc, thanks in advance.

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    try here for an ATI 9800 pro £125

    http://computing.kelkoo.co.uk/sitese...DVI+TV-out&orw

    not a hercules but....

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    Got a connect3D 9600XT retail kit for sale it's brand spanking new and still shrink wraped along with HL2 voucher

    any good to you ?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Chopper
    none of them to be the crappy model, the pro or xt etc, thanks in advance.
    Since when has the xt/pro been crap?

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    I think he meant the pro and xt are good, as opposed to the SE and other crippled versions.

    There should still be plenty of sites selling 9800 pro and XT cards still. It would be very difficult to find a place with 9700 pro cards, new, as they are not made anymore. (9800 pro is better, so no reson to get 9700).

    9600 are not as good either, just go for the 9800 unless your on a budget.

    You can have my 9700 if you want, for £125, + the £10 for finding
    Then I can get a XT800 XTPE

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    Quote Originally Posted by |SilentDeath|
    I think he meant the pro and xt are good, as opposed to the SE and other crippled versions.

    There should still be plenty of sites selling 9800 pro and XT cards still. It would be very difficult to find a place with 9700 pro cards, new, as they are not made anymore. (9800 pro is better, so no reson to get 9700).

    9600 are not as good either, just go for the 9800 unless your on a budget.

    You can have my 9700 if you want, for £125, + the £10 for finding
    Then I can get a XT800 XTPE
    Well ive got a 9800pro on the way which should arrive tuesday for 130

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    I got my 9800 Pro from lowestontheweb @ £125 but it wasn't boxed it just came in an antistatic bag with the cables and driver CD.

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