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Maybe you can expand on the "how to choose a graphics card" bit by adding this site as a resource.

http://www.hwcompare.com/

The thread looks pretty good, keep it up!
    
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Originally Posted by intelfan View Post

Maybe you can expand on the "how to choose a graphics card" bit by adding this site as a resource.
http://www.hwcompare.com/
The thread looks pretty good, keep it up!

thanks for the link that site looks awesome! i added it to the guide +rep!
post #43 of 61
i thought bfg stopped honouring warranty for gfx cards.
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Originally Posted by tyuo9980 View Post

i thought bfg stopped honouring warranty for gfx cards.

this subject was brought up once before in this thread.
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Originally Posted by sabbathcrazy View Post

You said BFG still backs up warranty's this is a lie.
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Originally Posted by intex View Post

Quote:
"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.


I cited an article in the guide. i also opened the thread to anyone who could cite a reputable source that goes against what the article from hardocp states. if you find me a more current, and still reputable article that says otherwise, i will surely amend the guide and +rep to you! i could be wrong. i just havent seen anything reputable that leads me to believe i am tongue.gif
so find me an article that says im wrong so i can change the guide!! biggrin.gif
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Well you've convinced me. Thread is now stickied. thumb.gif
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Well you've convinced me. Thread is now stickied. thumb.gif

thanks so much!! <3 so glad i made a good contribution
post #48 of 61
im sorry in advance if this is a stupid question but can MSI afterburner be used on a non msi card, i was thinking of getting a stock evga 570 or 580 and altering it to factory superclock specs to try and save a few dollars
 
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im sorry in advance if this is a stupid question but can MSI afterburner be used on a non msi card, i was thinking of getting a stock evga 570 or 580 and altering it to factory superclock specs to try and save a few dollars

It can be used on any nvidia card.
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Wow thanks for this very informative and helpful guide! Answered a lot of my questions biggrin.gif
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