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I want to buy a 1660 super card in my price range I have 2 options Gigabyte gtx 1660 super oc 2x fan a(1830mhz) and Asus Tuf gaming gtx 1660 super oc @(1845mhz) now the problem is gigabyte gpu priced at 20199 ruppy and Asus on 22699 now Asus have a copper heat pipes to reduce heat now should I pay 2500 ruppy(31.78$) more for this or should I go for gigabyte and Which company is batter in service and build quality.

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7 minutes ago, Dishonored said:

I want to buy a 1660 super card in my price range I have 2 options Gigabyte gtx 1660 super oc 2x fan a(1830mhz) and Asus Tuf gaming gtx 1660 super oc @(1845mhz) now the problem is gigabyte gpu priced at 20199 ruppy and Asus on 22699 now Asus have a copper heat pipes to reduce heat now should I pay 2500 ruppy(31.78$) more for this or should I go for gigabyte and Which company is batter in service and build quality.

get the msi card better cooling and the asus one isn't really worth the extra money.

                                                     

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12 minutes ago, Ed-petit said:

get the msi card better cooling and the asus one isn't really worth the extra money.

MSI is not on the list. 

 

 

Gigabyte with 2 fans is some ITX version? If so, then take Asus.

Ah, not ITX probably, just a shorter version.

... you too 35?

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They seem  pretty comparable to me. Don't think you would notice much of a difference. Save some money, go for the Gigabyte.

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3 hours ago, Tan3l6 said:

MSI is not on the list. 

 

 

Gigabyte with 2 fans is some ITX version? If so, then take Asus.

Ah, not ITX probably, just a shorter version.

i meant gigabyte lol 😅

                                                     

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