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post #11 of 24
I think they does have the stepup program outside of the US

EVGA

EVGA

EVGA
EVGA
EVGA
EVGA

WOOO

EVGA

So yeah, get the BFG 8800GT its nice

lol

dude

aakar

dude


seriously

just get the EVGA 8800GT

its good

stepup program

is also good

get the EVGA one

do it

its good

yeah

good
    
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Lay off the Sugar pills

Go with an eVGA for sure But XFX and BFG are just as good if not better.
Go with an eVGA for sure But XFX and BFG are just as good if not better.

Funniest thing I've heard all day
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Can you give me which one

A) the cheapest
b) the stock speed~I don't want overclocked stuff. I can do that myself.
post #14 of 24
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Go with an eVGA for sure But XFX and BFG are just as good if not better.

Funniest thing I've heard all day
how is it exactly enlighten my day lol? and give sugar rush kid above you Some sleeping pills ROFL
post #15 of 24
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Originally Posted by HauntSheep View Post
I think they does have the stepup program outside of the US

EVGA

EVGA

EVGA
EVGA
EVGA
EVGA

WOOO

EVGA



So yeah, get the BFG 8800GT its nice

lol

dude

aakar

dude


seriously

just get the EVGA 8800GT

its good

stepup program

is also good

get the EVGA one

do it

its good

yeah

good
what are you on mate
post #16 of 24
i thought the galaxy card had a jumper for changing the vcore and thus was quite good for overclocking,but some people are guided by the looks of the card.
i think the msi cards are the cheapest on the egg,even the dual slot cooler versions.
    
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post #17 of 24
eVGA does Step Up outside the US...at least in the UK anyway. I remember when people were stepping up to the 8800 GTX en mass (I was one of them), the UK folks posted in the user forums because of the lack of shipments coming in. It was slightly slower but eVGA got it done.
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post #18 of 24
i like the gigabyte cards with gamer hud most of those can run at 800/1000
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post #19 of 24
Go for evga when you want to take advantage of setup program. Other than this, no major different in term of performance except few come with nice cooler.
post #20 of 24
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Originally Posted by gamervivek View Post
i thought the galaxy card had a jumper for changing the vcore and thus was quite good for overclocking,but some people are guided by the looks of the card.
i think the msi cards are the cheapest on the egg,even the dual slot cooler versions.
The problem with MSI is that they aren't SLi capable. I should have mentioned that before sorry
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