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Originally Posted by bigjdubb View Post

I said to hell with it and got a 1070 to play around with until Vega comes out.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127955

Is this the MSI Gaming X?
post #1142 of 1194
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Is this the MSI Gaming X?

That one above is the MSI Gaming without the X version.

Here is a link to the MSI Gaming X bellow:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127947
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Originally Posted by xXLDXx View Post

That one above is the MSI Gaming without the X version.

Here is a link to the MSI Gaming X bellow:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127947

Thanks for the link. Hopefully these cards start to become more available.
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So which card that is already factory OC is a good buy for someone who never bother overclocking anything smile.gif
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Is this the MSI Gaming X?

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Thanks for the link. Hopefully these cards start to become more available.

The X was available as well but I decided to pocket the $20 and OC it myself.
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So which card that is already factory OC is a good buy for someone who never bother overclocking anything smile.gif
any AIB card.
MSI Gaming X would be my preference, but all of them should run +1900MHz out of the box, and the difference in performance between 1900 and 1950 is negligible.
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Thanks, I think it's either MSI Gaming X or EVGA SC.
What sets these apart to make my decision easier ?
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Thanks, I think it's either MSI Gaming X or EVGA SC.
What sets these apart to make my decision easier ?

EVGA have far better warranty service if you need it, and I think Gaming X is slightly cooler(SC slightly quieter). So If I were you I decide purely on warranty and how good the card looks(if you have a case window).
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I said to hell with it and got a 1070 to play around with until Vega comes out.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127955

Yep, same here. Curious to see how well yours over clocks.
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Thanks, I think it's either MSI Gaming X or EVGA SC.
What sets these apart to make my decision easier ?
evga sc is the poorer version of ftw, with slightly worse cooling and power delivery
gaming x is msi's top quality version, the counterpart for sc in msi's lineup is the msi armor one.

I'd personally choose the msi, this is from a review of 1070 gaming x

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