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Just wondering what the best company it's that works with the nvidia cards
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the one manufacturing them,not just selling them!
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From my personal experience MSI has been very good, from what I've heard and from my experience with their motherboards Asus is also good.
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Are you saying that evga doesnt manufacture their own cards?
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Are you saying that evga doesnt manufacture their own cards?

from what I've heard about them, yes. They don't really make anything, they just add branding, even their motherboards are from OEMs.
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the one manufacturing them,not just selling them!

There's no difference between the design quality if they're reference. Reference is reference.
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Originally Posted by Droogie View Post

There's no difference between the design quality if they're reference. Reference is reference.

Pretty much what he said. I usually go with the best price or best freebie deal.
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For Sale: Logitech G19
$99 (USD)
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$149 (USD) or best offer
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Originally Posted by CoachCudaback View Post

Are you saying that evga doesnt manufacture their own cards?

?what?read my post!stop reading between the line!read what i wrote!i suggested:get one from a manufacturer!most of the time the company (nvidia in this case)will have recommandation,also company like adobe (say photoshop)will have recommandation,because they have high end feature!(10 bit screen anybody).i hope this cleared the confusion!
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