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I guess it comes with free liquid nitrogen cooling.

^Dewars and liquid nitrogen sold separately
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What? Since when did this change? Dont they use a third party company for RMA's anymore?

It never has. I was saying only Brand. Never done warranty with them. If what you say is true then ASUS/Gigabyte/MSI are probably the way to go then.
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It never has. I was saying only Brand. Never done warranty with them. If what you say is true then ASUS/Gigabyte/MSI are probably the way to go then.

Looks like now you have to go through your reseller for rma support.

Wonder how that works.

http://www.sapphiretech.com/support.asp?lang=eng


Nevermind that, the support contact is althon micro still.

http://www.sapphiretech.com/about.asp?tab=contact&lang=eng
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Looks like now you have to go through your reseller for rma support.

Wonder how that works.

http://www.sapphiretech.com/support.asp?lang=eng


Nevermind that, the support contact is althon micro still.

http://www.sapphiretech.com/about.asp?tab=contact&lang=eng

Yup, thats them. I've RMA'd 2 290's, got 2 new ones in return thumb.gif
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nope

I don't quite understand where you are coming from.

Do you think the GTX 1080 isn't 60% faster than 980/Nano ?

No, i don't think so . . . i know. Show me a link where it shows that 60%.

Wait, if it is Anand, NVM, i'll just go by Windows Experience Index.
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No, i don't think so . . . i know. Show me a link where it shows that 60%.

Wait, if it is Anand, NVM, i'll just go by Windows Experience Index.

Any other major review sites you want to discount because they don't show the answer you want? How many reviews can you show that don't have it 60% faster? And what will they show, only 55%?
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Any other major review sites you want to discount because they don't show the answer you want? How many reviews can you show that don't have it 60% faster? And what will they show, only 55%?

You are the one who used that number. lol

Let me guess. You used a game that favored a card with more vram, right?

Oh, noes it's not Jayz? Pls NO.
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You are the one who used that number. lol

Yes, and I can name three sites off the top of my head that show that result (Techpowerup, Anandtech, Hardware Canucks). Of course, you don't want to use them, so how about an actual data-driven response?
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Yes, and I can name three sites off the top of my head that show that result (Techpowerup, Anandtech, Hardware Canucks). Of course, you don't want to use them, so how about an actual data-driven response?

The gullible go to those sites.thumb.gif
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The gullible go to those sites.thumb.gif

So still no actual data? Figures.

Edit: and, I said ~60%, so feel free to show me something more than, say, 10% off that number.
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