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User Info: Twinqe

Twinqe
3 years ago#32
EVGA is great. I also like my MSI thus far. I had a Sapphire last me quite awhile, but the one Sparkle card I owned died in less than 2 years, so I can't recommend them.
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User Info: SM1LER7

SM1LER7
3 years ago#33
I guess MSI makes the best cards, except for when the pull stuff like this: http://www.tomshardware.com/news/MSI-GTX-660-670-overvolting-PowerEdition,18013.html
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User Info: DarkZV2Beta

DarkZV2Beta
3 years ago#34
Twinqe posted...
EVGA is great. I also like my MSI thus far. I had a Sapphire last me quite awhile, but the one Sparkle card I owned died in less than 2 years, so I can't recommend them.


Sapphire Vapor-X GeForce GTX770 GHz Edition?
Want that Shield!
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User Info: Snuckie7

Snuckie7
3 years ago#35
SnipeStar posted...
Snuckie7 posted...
SnipeStar posted...
EVGA by a HUGE margin


lmao


poll seems to agree with me. derp.


"Most popular" != "best"

I thought you would have known by now that this board operates as a hive.
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User Info: PraetorXyn

PraetorXyn
3 years ago#36
MSI makes the best cards by a pretty good margin.
EVGA has phenomenal support, though their warranties aren't as good as they used to be.

It's really a matter of weighing those two. Promotions don't really mean anything when games are as cheap as they are.
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User Info: The Hulkster II

The Hulkster II
3 years ago#37
EVGA gets first pick of all the PCBs that are made. EVGA actually sells the "best" cards
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User Info: DARQ MX

DARQ MX
3 years ago#38
SM1LER7 posted...
I guess MSI makes the best cards, except for when the pull stuff like this: http://www.tomshardware.com/news/MSI-GTX-660-670-overvolting-PowerEdition,18013.html


LOL!!!! Msi makes trash. I would chose Zotac over them with my experience.
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User Info: NicoC96

NicoC96
3 years ago#39
Budget: Gigabyte or cheap MSI
Mid-Range: EVGA
Top Tier: EVGA's top end models or the best MSI card
Overall: EVGA

User Info: daemon_dan

daemon_dan
3 years ago#40
Snuckie7 posted...
MSI makes the best cards, simple as that. Extras are nice, but I don't really consider that a part if the hardware.


Pretty sure that the extras, the customer support and the reliability were big parts of the TC's original post. So those matter a great deal. In fact, being helped if something goes wrong is much more important to me than having a beefier overclock and one of MSI's "nice" coolers.
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