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post #21 of 61
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Wow. This guide is amazing. I stumbled across this on google and read the whole thing. It was so good I felt the need to make an account on this site so i could tell everyone how good it is, and give the OP a +rep. For a noob like me, this helped a lot. U guys should really sticky this. Thanks for the awesome guide!

I am glad my guide was helpful! Cant believe you actually made an account just to say thanks haha. you must have really liked it. i appreciate the praise smile.gif still waitin on that sticky!! biggrin.gif
post #22 of 61
You said BFG still backs up warranty's this is a lie.
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post #23 of 61
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You said BFG still backs up warranty's this is a lie.

no kidding. I was unaware. if you check out the link I posted in the bfg section that talks more about bfg exiting the market, u will see that the article says they do indeed still back them up. however if the article is wrong I will gladly change the guide and +rep to u. if u can find me a reliable source that says they don't still back their products I will gladly change it.
Edited by intex - 12/1/11 at 2:28am
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"I’d like to stress that we
will continue to provide RMA support for our
current graphics card warranty holders, as
well as for all of our other products such as
power supplies, PCs and notebooks."

Taken directly from the article. The article took that quote directly from a bfg rep. Looks like they still back it to me. I could be wrong tho.
Edited by intex - 12/1/11 at 2:27am
post #25 of 61
Where is Leadtek? They make decent quality cards under their Winfast branding.
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Where is Leadtek? They make decent quality cards under their Winfast branding.

I dont know enough about Leadtek to put them. However if you supply me with a nice blurb that i can put into the guide along with the brand, then i will gladly put them in!
post #27 of 61
Wow great guide! Will recommend to friends. smile.gif
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Wow great guide! Will recommend to friends. smile.gif

thanks im glad you liked it smile.gif
post #29 of 61
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Update 7: Tweaked the PCI Express section and provided some extra info about how much perfomance loss there is when running a 2.0 card, in a 1.0 slot. Also prefaced the guide with a blurb informing people about upcoming price drops!
post #30 of 61
Amazing guide! I'm planning to buy a gtx 580 soon, how long do you think the price will be lowered? Do you think it will be lowered by the end of december?
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