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Posted · Original PosterOP

I was looking around on pc part picker, i typed in the video card i was looking for but it gave me 3 chaises, i went to amazon and typed in the same card and it gave me a different card not listed on ppp. What would really be the difference other than price?

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4 minutes ago, ea said:

I was looking around on pc part picker, i typed in the video card i was looking for but it gave me 3 chaises, i went to amazon and typed in the same card and it gave me a different card not listed on ppp. What would really be the difference other than price?

I would trust amazon.  But if PPP is showing you lower price then amazon then get it from the site they refer.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

it showed me the same card but it looked different, they all have diffecnce prices? does it only have to do with the GHz? 

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each gpu has different models. just buy the cheapest one. the price difference is ghz (but that rarely matters) and design. 

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we cant see what you're seeing, better give links


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5 hours ago, Saksham said:

each gpu has different models. just buy the cheapest one. the price difference is ghz (but that rarely matters) and design. 

you shouldn't always nessciarily buy the cheapest one. Some graphics cards might be quieter,have better cooling, last longer, or have a better warranty. I personally think one should do their research when buying a specific model of a graphics card.

 

for example a card might have a bigger heatsink or more fans than another model resulting in better cooling and/or aucostics.

 

 

 

I learned this by buying a gtx 970 acx 2.0 that sounded like an airplane(thinking this was normal for pc gaming) and then switching to a gigabyte rtx 2070 that sounded so much quieter.

 

 


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16 hours ago, dgsddfgdfhgs said:

I'd say ppp hasnt updated its web on product list, 

eg search gtx1660 (non ti)and only 3 asus pop out

and theres no adata sx6000 lite on ppp

i mean.. there are thousands of products... its hard for them to get everything on there. 

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