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Asus & EVGA Titan overclocking software

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Hello again OCN,

I'm almost 100% sure on purchasing a new GTX Titan for my build. But I have one question, is there any better company to purchase from? Should I either buy from Asus or EVGA, because I think the included software is different. Bottom line is asus or EVGA. Thanks for your help In advance thumb.gif
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You are not limited to either company's software regardless of which gpu you choose to purchase. The overclocking software is personal preference (you can use MSI Afterburner if you wanted).

Regarding the hardware, there is no difference in any branded Titan you choose to purchase except for the packaging (and BIOS I suppose) and customer service. It really boils down to the customer service, and I've heard plenty of praise for EVGA in their treatment of customers.
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Samsung 830 Series 256GB WD Caviar Black 1TB, Samsung F3 2 x 1TB Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Dell U2713H 
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Dell U2311H Nighthawk X8 Custom Backlit - Cherry MX Brown Cooler Master 850W Cooler Master HAF 932 
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