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User Info: RoboT_Ripper

RoboT_Ripper
3 years ago#1
What would you go with here?

MSI ($260):
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=8297773&Sku=M452-0762

EVGA ($250):
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=8521681&Sku=EVG-101770838


Both come with a free download of Assassin's Creed IV. I'll be using an i5 4670k, and SLI capable mobo.
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User Info: foodeater4

foodeater4
3 years ago#2
I prefer EVGA myself. I've never had any bad experiances with them and so far, I've had a DOA card or even a card burn out on me from them.

MSI is good too, but since I prefer evga and its cheaper in this case I would go for that.

If the MSI was significantly discounted over the evga like $30 or more, I'd probably go with it even though im in evga fan boy.

User Info: aak57

aak57
3 years ago#3
The EVGA since it looks nicer.
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User Info: Ch3wy

Ch3wy
3 years ago#4
I already have a sticker on my case that says EVGA so if I chose anything else I'd be lying.
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User Info: pez2k_

pez2k_
3 years ago#5
I'm currently using an EVGA 760, so maybe I'm biased, but I agree with all of the above. Their warranty extensions are great too, they'll do a free upgrade to the current equivalent if your card ever dies, up to 10 years after purchase.
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User Info: Fade2black001

Fade2black001
3 years ago#6
pez2k_ posted...
I'm currently using an EVGA 760, so maybe I'm biased, but I agree with all of the above. Their warranty extensions are great too, they'll do a free upgrade to the current equivalent if your card ever dies, up to 10 years after purchase.


Does that cost extra? Or is that in there standard policy?
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User Info: Ep1taph303

Ep1taph303
3 years ago#7
EVGA. Better customer service, MSI doesn't hold a candle to them.

User Info: pez2k_

pez2k_
3 years ago#8
Fade2black001 posted...
pez2k_ posted...
I'm currently using an EVGA 760, so maybe I'm biased, but I agree with all of the above. Their warranty extensions are great too, they'll do a free upgrade to the current equivalent if your card ever dies, up to 10 years after purchase.


Does that cost extra? Or is that in there standard policy?


It was 3 years standard I believe, something like 10 to extend to 5 years and 20 for a decade.
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User Info: YOeastonYO

YOeastonYO
3 years ago#9
Ep1taph303 posted...
EVGA. Better customer service, MSI doesn't hold a candle to them.
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User Info: RoboT_Ripper

RoboT_Ripper
3 years ago#10
Thanks everybody. I went with EVGA.
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