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post #11 of 46
eVGA has step up read above! You can overclock your card manually so I'd get eVGA since it's usually the cheapest and offers more.
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evga, asus is the very overpriced, and has bad warrenty compared to evga
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ok thanks guys , ill go for the evga model
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post #14 of 46
evga or xfx would be your best. If you are thinking of upgrading in the next 3 months or think you may , then get evga, if not , pick whichever is cheaper. Xfx has a one-time transferrable warranty, so, better for selling it i guess.
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post #15 of 46
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Originally Posted by Delphi View Post
evga, asus is the very overpriced, and has bad warrenty compared to evga
i have found the asus model a few euros cheaper than the evga...

which card has better performance out of the ones i list in the 1st post?
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post #16 of 46
the albatron ones are teh secks. but eVGA and XFX are said to be better. i think its due to customer service or something g** like that. ASUS would be good too. have an XFX myself and its great.
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evga for the stepup program for sure
    
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I don't think the stepup program would not be recognized in greece.
The shops here in greece don't mention anything about the stepup program anyway..
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post #19 of 46
Quote:
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I don't think the stepup program would not be recognized in greece.
The shops here in greece don't mention anything about the stepup program anyway..
Stepup works in all western Europe, so that includes Greece.
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post #20 of 46
Quote:
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i have found the asus model a few euros cheaper than the evga...

which card has better performance out of the ones i list in the 1st post?
You'd be stupid not to buy an eVGA card......
1. eVGA's customer service is 2nd to none.
2. Stepup- I went from a 7950GT 512 to my 8800GTS 320 for 19 bucks....
3. EAR- eVGA Advanced RMA
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