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post #1 of 13
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So all in all, the 7800gt is the best bang for ur buck in the high end area. Do u agree
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Agreed.
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post #3 of 13
Of course, and eVGA is the best deal of them all, with their free motherboard combo (even if the motherboard might not be the best)
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Anandtech tested out the mobo and it scored top of the list surprisingly but it was the jetway one.
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Isn't the eVGA mobo just a Jetway board with their name on it? Or is it another company?
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Yup, Ownage
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post #7 of 13
yep... I'd say get an evga 7800GT
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I agree but prefer the BFG as its factory overclocked and warrantied. I wouldn't want the motherboard regardless. I'm expecting a second 7800GT BFG next week to get my SLI going again (had two 6600GT's).
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post #9 of 13
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Originally Posted by Robilar
I agree but prefer the BFG as its factory overclocked and warrantied. I wouldn't want the motherboard regardless. I'm expecting a second 7800GT BFG next week to get my SLI going again (had two 6600GT's).
both XFX and EVGA both OC their cards too... they also both offer lifetime warranty.

Actually, out of the 3 EVGA has the best warranty. Several of their cards are OC'd from the factory. furthermore, evga is the only company to explicitly say that they cover further overclocking and changing the cooler. if you put a different cooler on a BFG technically you've voided the warranty. Also, evga has a step up program. so if you buy one of their cards within the first 90 days you can trade your card in for a better one.
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post #10 of 13
Oh yeah the Evga 7800 GT is the best bang for your buck in my book,and Evga has great service.
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