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post #21 of 27
EVGA is meh.
i don't know why they got so many fanbois. probably because they funded all those crazy LN2 benchmark-breaking overclocking sessions.
sure the unlimited lifetime warranty sounds nice, but other company got it also.
i don't see why anyone would fork out extra cash for a ref. design card such as the ones EVGA carries.
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>dat smooth feel
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post #23 of 27
Quote:
Originally Posted by james8 View Post
EVGA is meh.
i don't know why they got so many fanbois. probably because they funded all those crazy LN2 benchmark-breaking overclocking sessions.
sure the unlimited lifetime warranty sounds nice, but other company got it also.
i don't see why anyone would fork out extra cash for a ref. design card such as the ones EVGA carries.
Think its more to do with the warranty & after sale service & step up program.

I have yet to own an Evga myself.
post #24 of 27
I dont really like the new asus card as looks . Performance wise i think will offer much better cooling than CU I.
As for evga their last true innovation was the classified when it came, and the 285 classified. After that it was "meh" all the way. Now evga isnt gigabyte, asus, msi..who manufacture the cards based on nvidia reference. Evga gets them from nvidia itself. And sticking to reference designs offer much better money, so they can maintain their warrenty. But truly and in all honesty evga sells ALOT.
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post #25 of 27

Here's some ASUS porn


Looks kind of cool...better than the old DirectCU design
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post #26 of 27
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Originally Posted by Razi3l View Post
That's actully a 6970, you can tell by the rear display outputs. There is also a GTX 580 like this, there is no tripple-slot GTX 560, they'll probably use the same cooler like the current GTX 460s by ASUS. Incorrect info they are posting
You can see the SLI-bridgeheads too, so this clearly isn't a 6970
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post #27 of 27
That top photo looks like the unofficial shot of the GTX 580 DirectCU II that is rumored to be released in Europe...

http://www.fudzilla.com/graphics/ite...ets-pixellized
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