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Best GPU Manufacture's Brand's

The best is EVGA but its not widely available yet so

 

1.Asus and MSI they always use Overkill PCB for their GPU especially their high end line up such as the Strix and the Gaming X, They also have a great cooling performance, Good CS and warranty (BUT they don't allow you to change the paste by yourself which is so annoying!)

2.Zotac is fine, Their Card use a good PCB with great cooling and its a bit cheaper than Asus/MSI. They also have a good warranty and good CS. (Same as MSI/ASUS they wont allow u to change the paste)

3.Sapphire use Decent PCB (enough for the GPU) they are simple looking,cheaper with decent warranty and not so bad CS (Great for gamer on a budget who are looking for a good quality Graphics card)

4.Gigabyte use a good PCB for their card but they are expensive and i heard their CS is bad.

5.PowerColor the worst IMO, bad PCB,Bad cooling performance. Most of their GPU could run hot especially their lower end one such as the Red Dragon series.

 

1 hour ago, KeyzHostHD said:

alright would rather have
1. Black Colored
2. No RGB
3. 3 Fans
4. Atleast 3 Years Warranty

5. If Its A High End Card , The Possibility To Watercool It

No RGB? Turn it off.

 

Get the STRIX from asus, its black, 3 fans, 3 years of warranty and if its a high end card you should be able to find the product to watercool it.

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59 minutes ago, LienusLateTips said:

Doesn't matter.

so almost everybrand is the same ?
like required power in volts

temperature ?

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Just now, KeyzHostHD said:

so almost everybrand is the same ?
like required power in volts

temperature ?

If it has a equivalent cooler, VRM, board design, and chip, then yes.


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Asus/EVGA are the best (in my opinion) when it comes to Graphics Cards.


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59 minutes ago, LienusLateTips said:

If it has a equivalent cooler, VRM, board design, and chip, then yes.

thanks for helping and solving my issue

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58 minutes ago, PopsicleHustler said:

Asus/EVGA are the best (in my opinion) when it comes to GPUs.

so it depends on personal preference?

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2 minutes ago, KeyzHostHD said:

so it depends on personal preference?

Yeah, pretty much. Don't get personal preference get in your way of a cheaper GPU though. 


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3 minutes ago, KeyzHostHD said:

so it depends on personal preference?

Personal Preference and your needs. Someone might want certain form factor, someone might need card that can handle extreme overclocking etc.

 

EVGA got one of the best customer support.

Asus in my experience makes high quality  PC parts in general.

 

 

Everything depends on a situation . 


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1 hour ago, dgsddfgdfhgs said:

best for what? 

price/ cooling / look/ marketshare/ warranty?

just in general , taking in fact all the features included

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2 minutes ago, KeyzHostHD said:

just in general , taking in fact all the features included

warrenty? evga

price? many

marketshare? asus, msi, gigabyte and more

look? personal

cooling? many


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59 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

warrenty? evga

price? many

marketshare? asus, msi, gigabyte and more

look? personal

cooling? many

all exept looks i dont care about that

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Nvidia:

Zotac - 5 yr warranty & always cheapest

msi/ gigabyte for their quality & looks

....

Asus good but always overpriced

EVGA no comment....not worldwide available(atleast not in HK)

 

AMD

Sapphire , no other choice

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EVGA For the win, they make good cards and have amazing support.  If your EVGA graphics card breaks late into it's life they even often send you a newer or better card than the one that broke.

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Just now, KeyzHostHD said:

all exept looks i dont care about that

then you let me see what you like in looks, and i say what i think about the card

 

i can't tell what you like and what not


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1 minute ago, dgsddfgdfhgs said:

Nvidia:

Zotac - 5 yr warranty & always cheapest

msi/ gigabyte for their quality & looks

....

Asus good but always overpriced

EVGA no comment....not worldwide available(atleast not in HK)

 

AMD

Sapphire , no other choice

zotac isn't always the cheapest, msi and gigabyte are subjective, asus isn't always, just most of the times, evga could be true, here it's available

 

sapphire: there are other good ones


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1 hour ago, LukeSavenije said:

then you let me see what you like in looks, and i say what i think about the card

 

i can't tell what you like and what not

alright would rather have
1. Black Colored
2. No RGB
3. 3 Fans
4. Atleast 3 Years Warranty

5. If Its A High End Card , The Possibility To Watercool It

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34 minutes ago, KeyzHostHD said:

Best GPU Manufacture's Brand's ? 
MSI
ASUS
EVGA

Gigabyte

PNY

EDGE
 

e.t.c

Sapphire/XFX
Powercolor
MSI/ASUS
Gigabyte/Inno 3D
etc.. as per AMD cards

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May I ask why EVGA has good reputation on customer service/ warranty?

Its never available officially in HK, so why everyone says that? does it often "fails"

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Just now, dgsddfgdfhgs said:

May I ask why EVGA has good reputation on customer service/ warranty?

Its never available officially in HK, so why everyone says that? does it often "fails"

They will replace card with more powerful card if fails, at no charge.

ie. GTX 970 fails, upgrade you to GTX 1060 6GB

 

Response is very fast too

Does not fail more than other cards.


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8 minutes ago, LienusLateTips said:

They will replace card with more powerful card if fails, at no charge.

Rarely, case by case basis.


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1 hour ago, KeyzHostHD said:

alright would rather have
1. Black Colored
2. No RGB
3. 3 Fans
4. Atleast 3 Years Warranty

5. If Its A High End Card , The Possibility To Watercool It

i can do everything except that last one with a xc black... tho it is a big heatsink, so it's much better


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58 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

i can do everything except that last one with a xc black... tho it is a big heatsink, so it's much better

ok go for it it will be appriciated , ill change best answer 

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The best is EVGA but its not widely available yet so

 

1.Asus and MSI they always use Overkill PCB for their GPU especially their high end line up such as the Strix and the Gaming X, They also have a great cooling performance, Good CS and warranty (BUT they don't allow you to change the paste by yourself which is so annoying!)

2.Zotac is fine, Their Card use a good PCB with great cooling and its a bit cheaper than Asus/MSI. They also have a good warranty and good CS. (Same as MSI/ASUS they wont allow u to change the paste)

3.Sapphire use Decent PCB (enough for the GPU) they are simple looking,cheaper with decent warranty and not so bad CS (Great for gamer on a budget who are looking for a good quality Graphics card)

4.Gigabyte use a good PCB for their card but they are expensive and i heard their CS is bad.

5.PowerColor the worst IMO, bad PCB,Bad cooling performance. Most of their GPU could run hot especially their lower end one such as the Red Dragon series.

 

1 hour ago, KeyzHostHD said:

alright would rather have
1. Black Colored
2. No RGB
3. 3 Fans
4. Atleast 3 Years Warranty

5. If Its A High End Card , The Possibility To Watercool It

No RGB? Turn it off.

 

Get the STRIX from asus, its black, 3 fans, 3 years of warranty and if its a high end card you should be able to find the product to watercool it.


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