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Old 03-25-2006, 05:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all, I just decided to buy the Geforce 7900GTX. The next step is to figure out which brand. I got following posibilites so far:

Asus 7900GTX
eVGA e-GeForce 7900GTX SuperClocked
XFX GF 7900GTX
Gigabyte GeForce 7900 GTX
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So I need your help here. Which one is the best one?

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Old 03-25-2006, 05:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I like eVGA the best, but I have limited experience. I did just recieve my eVGA 7900GTX though. I went with the EGS version. 650/1600 I believe. I'm sure I'll OC at some point. Though I can hardly imagine having to. LOL
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I would personally go with the eVGA because i have had very good experiances with that company. Im not sure if the 7900 series is different but eVGA makes the best cards around in many cases.
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Out of them the eVGA (as everybody here worships them, probally due to their cheap prices and good reliability.)
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Yeah and everyone except us Brits who cant get em or atleast get them easily
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eVGA (no reason not to worship them Trifid, soon as someone makes something better ill drop eVGA like a hot potatoe and they know that )

Poor brits no good food, no good card companies, no good cars, no good weather. must take alot to live across the pond
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Thats how it should be Gage, no reason to stick with a particular team if there is a better one (or just have no team at all, which is what I do :P.)

What are you saying no good cars? The Americans have the cheap plastics and no good diesels. The only draw back is we pay nearly twice as much for a compareable car engine wise. ;(
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Hi, I just decided to buy the XFX GF 7900GTX entschieden.

Thx for your help
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hm...........thats weird..........you ask for our suggestion than out of nowhere you go with XFX, considering that we all suggested eVGA.
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See I go and look at different Forums. Then I compared the graphic cards. And the XFX is almost clocked as fast as the eVGA but the eVGA cost like 300Swiss francs (about 170 us dolars) more
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