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post #21 of 30
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^NO NO NO!! I'm not stupid durrrr...

I said not overclocker friendly...RMAing service sucks, no step-up programs, no lifetime warranty, etc.
    
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814143142
It was available few days back when i checked.
MIR is still money, although sometimes its takes lots of work to get it back onto your hands.
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post #23 of 30
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Originally Posted by Brythe View Post
^NO NO NO!! I'm not stupid durrrr...

I said not overclocker friendly...RMAing service sucks, no step-up programs, no lifetime warranty, etc.
Ahhh gotcha, i think we were both confused as to what you meant .
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^NO NO NO!! I'm not stupid durrrr...

I said not overclocker friendly...RMAing service sucks, no step-up programs, no lifetime warranty, etc.
ah ok, sorry I misread you.
    
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The funniest thing about this thread is that it started off telling everyone about the 4850X2 now its about MSI being s***, i agree I have have 2 of my MSI parts fail and their customer support is terrible stay away from MSI stick to EVGA or XFX.

Yours sincerely,
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Personally, I haven't heard of a lot of good words for MSI, so usually i do not buy from them.
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post #27 of 30
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Originally Posted by ericeod View Post
There is another Saphire 4850x2 with slightly lower clock speeds (625 vs 650) for $299 without MIR:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814102813
There's more difference to it than just clock speeds. The slightly more expensive one is 2GB, and the one that you linked is 1GB.
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post #28 of 30
You people should work for evga... my future buyer's remorse is skyrocketing.

I could get evga (over the $184.99 gtx 260 192) at these prices:

gtx 260 192: 40.12 more (shipping included)
gtx 260 216: 63.00 more (free shipping)

:/ the 40 bucks is barely manageable but once you're there you basically have to go for the 216 revision.

damn you people (thank you for the input so far, i need to make the right choice)

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sorry for taking this topic to mars and back
    
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post #29 of 30
I had a MSI videocard and its good

By the way if it gets broken you send it back too the shop and not too MSI
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post #30 of 30
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Originally Posted by NuclearCrap View Post
There's more difference to it than just clock speeds. The slightly more expensive one is 2GB, and the one that you linked is 1GB.
Doesn't really matter since its on a 256bit bus. Buy whichever one is cheapest.
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