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which 390 to get?

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why?

is there a specific reason for that?

it is the most expensive off the 3 (not by very much tho)

 

the Twin Frozr 5 fans and cooling design is seriously good, with the 390 you get the big heatsink design and with it it runs very cool

also its a very reliable company and there are just a ton of good things to say about MSI

it's finally time to upgrade and i'm thinking the 390 is the way to go.

Right now i'm deciding between: msi, sapphire, and xfx

 

i'm sure this has been asked many times and if that is the case im sorry

 

any help is appreciated

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I would say MSI or Sapphire

                                                                                                                 Setup

CPU: i3 4160|Motherboard: MSI Z97 PC MATE|RAM: Kingston HyperX Blue 8GB(2x4GB)|GPU: Sapphire Nitro R9 380 4GB|PSU: Seasonic M12II EVO 620W Modular|Storage: 1TB WD Blue|Case: NZXT S340 Black|PCIe devices: TP-Link WDN4800| Montior: ASUS VE247H| Others: PS3/PS4

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msi

Early 2020 Build : Intel i7 8700k // MSI Krait Z370 // Corsair LPX 8x2 16GB // Aorus 5700 XT // NZXT H500 

Early 2019 Build : Ryzen 2600X // Asus Tuff X470 // G.Skill Trident Z RGB 8x2 16GB // MSI RTX 2070 // NZXT H500 

Late 2017 Build : Intel i7 8700k // Asus Prime Z370-A // G.Skill Trident Z 8x2 16GB // EVGA GTX 1080 Ti  // NZXT S320 Elite 

Late 2015 Build : Intel i7 6700k // Asus Maximus VI Gene Z170 //  Corsair LPX 8x2 16GB // Gigabyte GTX 970 // Corsair Air 240

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msi

why?

is there a specific reason for that?

it is the most expensive off the 3 (not by very much tho)

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why?

is there a specific reason for that?

it is the most expensive off the 3 (not by very much tho)

 

the Twin Frozr 5 fans and cooling design is seriously good, with the 390 you get the big heatsink design and with it it runs very cool

also its a very reliable company and there are just a ton of good things to say about MSI

Early 2020 Build : Intel i7 8700k // MSI Krait Z370 // Corsair LPX 8x2 16GB // Aorus 5700 XT // NZXT H500 

Early 2019 Build : Ryzen 2600X // Asus Tuff X470 // G.Skill Trident Z RGB 8x2 16GB // MSI RTX 2070 // NZXT H500 

Late 2017 Build : Intel i7 8700k // Asus Prime Z370-A // G.Skill Trident Z 8x2 16GB // EVGA GTX 1080 Ti  // NZXT S320 Elite 

Late 2015 Build : Intel i7 6700k // Asus Maximus VI Gene Z170 //  Corsair LPX 8x2 16GB // Gigabyte GTX 970 // Corsair Air 240

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I have sapphire version. If you need any information just ask. Temperatures never goes over 72 (BF 4 ultra 2560 x 1440p 50 + fps when overclocked). Im happy with mine.

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