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What language are you typing in? I didnt understand one word of anything you are trying to say.
lolz english?
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post #32 of 40
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Originally Posted by ENTERPRISE1701
Yes there is.

The main ones are:

1. Type of cooler used
2. Warranty.

Now Some brands will use a lesser quality cooler which in the long run can hamper an overclock. Also some companies have better warranty systems...EVGA has the best one at the moment.
EVGA are good, but I found that the XFX warranty is insane as well.
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hmmm so what would you guys pick... xfx, evga, or bfg... i mean these look like the favorites...

like bfg they OC it for u already right? comments?
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post #34 of 40
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Originally Posted by NrGx
EVGA are good, but I found that the XFX warranty is insane as well.
XFX also closed down their forums during the whole 7900 artifacting debacle. They might make good cards, but in comparison to eVGA, the way that handled that particular event was laughable. eVGA will always get my pick because of their life-time warranty, 90-day step up program, and high quality products (although their stock heatsinks are meh, but whose arent?).
post #35 of 40
eVGA gets my pick to and you can OC your card even further with out voiding warranty and place an aftermarket cooler too.
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XFX also closed down their forums during the whole 7900 artifacting debacle. They might make good cards, but in comparison to eVGA, the way that handled that particular event was laughable. eVGA will always get my pick because of their life-time warranty, 90-day step up program, and high quality products (although their stock heatsinks are meh, but whose arent?).
The KO is a damn good stock HS. They do, and always will, get my vote, even if they did muck up my 7900GT RMA.
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How about 'LE'?
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The KO is a damn good stock HS. They do, and always will, get my vote, even if they did muck up my 7900GT RMA.
Personally, I wouldnt consider the HSF on the KO a stock HSF, due to the fact that it is different from the reference HSF (the one that can be found on the old 7900 GT SC). Either way, I concur, the HSF on the KO is good.
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sorry but... whats the KO?
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KO is a version of a eVGA card. Charactarized by a higher price tag, beefier HSF, and higher stock clocks.
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