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2 years ago#1
Best Nvida GPU Vendor brand - Results (271 votes)
Evga
59.78% (162 votes)
162
Asus
11.81% (32 votes)
32
MSI
16.97% (46 votes)
46
GIGABYTE
7.01% (19 votes)
19
Pny
1.11% (3 votes)
3
Galaxy
1.85% (5 votes)
5
ZOTAC
1.48% (4 votes)
4
This poll is now closed.
Now don't be bias. Just vote for the one you believe has the best reliability. Customer support, goodies like free games are plus, pricing and of course warranty.
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2 years ago#2
1. MSI
2. Gigabyte
2 years ago#3
EVGA.
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2 years ago#4
evga will win, but foxconn is the answer
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2 years ago#5
LordSeifer posted...
evga will win, but foxconn is the answer


foxconn manufacturess ega not sure what you mean
2 years ago#6
So far MSI and Sapphire have failed on me. 2 years for Sapphire and MSI in a few days. Card just shaat the bed.
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2 years ago#7
LordSeifer posted...
evga will win, but foxconn is the answer


I have always wondered who is the oem for each brand, but I have never found the information. Anyone ever found a legitimate source for this information, as I would much rather buy from a company that uses fair labour practices.
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2 years ago#9
EVGA there is a reason their cards dominate the benchmark leaderboards, and lets not forget their outstanding customer supports and giveaways.

-90 day step-up lets you exchange it for a faster card within 90 days if it's not fast enough for you. You pay just the difference and you don't have to worry about dealing with shmucks on ebay.
-Lifetime warranties on all their high end cards (and many of their mid-range cards)
-Warranty covers overclocking with overvolting, so long as you don't replace the video card's BIOS.
-Warranty covers removing stock cooler and replacing it with aftermarket cooler (including waterblocks)
-EVGA has their own forum and staff that post there regularly.
-Most EVGA cards come with free games. Sometimes you get another game after registering the warranty on EVGA's website, check their website for promotions.
-A wide variety of accessories / parts available. Such as single-slot brackets for high-end videocards so that after you put a water block on it, it becomes a single-slot card. There's also backplates available that add both style and a bit of PCB cooling performance to the cards.
-Cross-Ship for RMAs. If your card is defective, for a few bucks extra you can have EVGA send you a replacement card before you mail your defective card back...
-USA based tech support, including RMA and product inquiries.
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2 years ago#10
EVGA by a HUGE margin
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