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ATI Radeon HD 3850 Graphics Card  512MB GDDR3 PCI-E

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ATI Radeon HD 3850 Graphics Card 512MB GDDR3 PCI-E

added on July 14, 2008 by Oberon, last updated on July 14, 2008 by MikeG

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Tech Specs:
- 512MB Capability
- Interfaces/Ports: 2 x DVI Dual Link DVI
- Interfaces/Ports: 1 x TV Out
- Host Interface: PCI Express x16
- PCI Express 2.0 Supported
- Built-in HDMI with Multi-channel 5.1 surround audio
- RAMDAC Speed: 400MHz
- Memory Technology: GDDR3 SDRAM
- Will support Blu-Ray DVDs and display in 1080dpi
Price History: $109.99 (on July 13, 2008)
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  • 2440
    Oberon
    learner
    Posted by Oberon on July 14, 2008 [reply] 0 0
    Yes, this should look very familiar to everyone.

    I just posted the same thing a bit back for $109.99, but the price went up slightly.

    However, despite that it still seemed like a good deal.
  • 2445
    Oberon
    learner
    Posted by Oberon on July 14, 2008 [reply] 0 0
    Not a duplicate, the old deal is dead and has been marked as such.

    Granted its the same item, but if one looks at the price comparisons there is clearly still a deal to be had here by those who are interested.
  • 2453
    orangearrows
    professor
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    Posted by orangearrows on July 14, 2008 [reply] 0 0
    http://www.buxr.com/deal/radeo.....-card_3242

    cheaper here (posted today)

    you link shows 115 price
  • 2456
    MrCheap
    professor
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    Posted by MrCheap on July 14, 2008 [reply] 0 0
    This deal is a retail (boxed) package. What you link is an OEM version of the same card. Doesn't make much difference to me but may be important for others
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    • orangearrows
      professor
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      Posted by orangearrows on July 14, 2008 [reply] 0 0
      Just curious , would they work the same ? Both seem to be from Best Data

      Are they the same vid card?

      Oem version would be boxed in ...?
    • 2460
    • orangearrows
      professor
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      Posted by orangearrows on July 14, 2008 [reply] 0 0
      thanks for clarifying Mr Cheap
    • 2466
    • Oberon
      learner
      Posted by Oberon on July 14, 2008 [reply] 0 0
      Them OEM version typically comes in some very basic packaging that is not really often reusable I've found, even for repacking the same device later.
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    • MrCheap
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      Posted by MrCheap on July 15, 2008 [reply] 0 0
      OEM usually don't come with a box, just a plastic wrapping. I have bought OEM and non-OEM in the past and have not noticed any difference in performance. Some claim you get better quality with retail stuff because it is harder to trace the origin of OEM hardware. Also, OEM CPU's used to be harder to overclock, but this is a different story
  • 2464
    Oberon
    learner
    Posted by Oberon on July 14, 2008 [reply] 0 0
    Actually, the non-OEM version with retail packaging may have one viable bonus to it depending on the buyer, at least so I've found.

    Later when I choose to upgrade, I often then resell the old one on an auction site, I find I get a better response and more money back when I can offer the original packaging with it. Some things I don't care about OEM packaging, but with video cards I find its nice to hang onto it for later resell.

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