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Poll Results: BFG or eVGA?

 
  • 13% (6)
    BFG
  • 81% (36)
    eVGA
  • 4% (2)
    other
44 Total Votes  
post #21 of 24
I remember when the first wave of GeForce 6 series came out, BFG was on top, why? Because they're the one that pioneered the "overclocked" cards for sale. Now? eVGA, a company which I never knew that much about it but rather it wasn't that popular...........how time change things.

I use PNYs for the longest (4+ years) but then with the "TRUE" Lifetime warranty I switched to eVGA and I'm pleased with my GeForce 6800 GS, runs cool and clocks pretty high IMO.

My next cards will definitely be from eVGA as well, just not another flop like the G71 though, otherwise I might be getting my first ATI.
post #22 of 24
I've found BFG a nightmare to deal with for RMA's overall just their attitude towards customers. I wish eVGA would make ATI cards too! Share the love!
post #23 of 24
i have just thrown in my 2 cents

I have a BFG and NEVER had any problems with them....but i voted for eVGA because if i had a choice now between the two cards, i would go with eVGA

You get a true lifetime warrenty with the BFGs but i have never had to RMA so i dunno what their service is like, and i know eVGAs is shiit hot

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post #24 of 24
Quote:
Originally Posted by Namrac
No, they put what you paid for your card towards a new card. Example:
I bought my 7900GT KO for $270 a couple months ago. The 7900GTO is $300 on eVGA's site. I could send eVGA my 7900GT KO, along with $30, and they would send me a shiny new 7900GTO.
Is that the same in the UK?

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