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Which Tech brands do you trust most?


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I know, but for me its Gigabyte, intel and HP.

HP: because i have alot of HP monitors and some are 12+yrs old and never had a problem

Ummmmmmmmmm, no. Their monitors are fine (they work ok) but their computers, forget it. I have had 3. All have died within 2 years. One didn't even last a full year. Don't buy HP computers.

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EVGA

Corsair

Cooler master

Intel


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SONY because we had a sony tv for about 12 years and it still worked like a charm i just never had problems with them my headphones are great and my phone is also great so where theres no complains there builds up trust


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Ummmmmmmmmm, no. Their monitors are fine (they work ok) but their computers, forget it. I have had 3. All have died within 2 years. One didn't even last a full year. Don't buy HP computers.

I have one of those DC7700 SFF machines, and once i dropped it and fell of a MARBLE staircase. it still works. so yes, I have had a good experience


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apple

(im going to die for that one)

and sandisk


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Ok does sound weird If I'm going to say Apple? I kid, I kid.

I know there is one thing to not trust, its American brands.

 

 

Everything that is Japanese branded, I trust them.

Sony (tv and audio)

Panasonic (plasma , its gone now though, shame)

Yamaha (music-instruments and audio, motorcycles too but never again).

Kai Shun, Zwilling Miyabi (kitchen knives)

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SEIKO, Japanese craftmanship

GIGABYTE, Dem boards never die until you have to replace it like 10 years later

SanDisk, I have 8Gb flashdrive from 2007 and still using it

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EVGA hands down.


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Asus and gigabyte


My speakers dont even fit on or under my desk...PA's FTW

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EVGA, just because of the customer service.

Logitech, I've never had issues with anything from them.


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Apple... Haters gonna hate

 

You pay a premium, but you get what you pay for (customer service and quality/longevity)... Not saying other companies aren't good as well, but Apple has been very positive from my experience...


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Corsair ("Case, Mouse, Keyboard, Power Supply, Case Fans"), Samsung ("SSD"), Intel ("CPU"), GIGABYTE ("GPU"), Kingston("RAM") ASUS (Monitor, Motherboard") and also Seagate ("Hard-drive"). I find them very reliable and and you pay for what you get to be honest :D

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EVGA

XFX

Corsair

Intel

Western Digital 

Samsung (For their SSD's of course)


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Mercedes-Benz

 

it's in their motto "The best or nothing."


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Can't name just one :/ So I'll list a few :)

 

Corsair, Asus, Gigabyte, EVGA, Sapphire


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A tie between Corsair and Logitech. I have bought many products from both and none have failed in any way, even years down the line.


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Asus, had good RMA experience, and next card is working fine for more than 4 years now

 

Corsair, excellent RMA experience, even upgraded TX series PSU to RM series

 

HP, good experience with prebuilt desktop (didn't know much about DIY PC building back then)

 

MSI's graphics card, Logitech's mouse are also working fine for me lot of the years even with heavy usage


Finally got PS4 Pro

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