Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by _A-c-3_, Jun 15, 2007.
is evga step up program availiable in australia?????
8800's are applicatory 100% identical if not pre-oced. The sticker of EVGA may look cooler than all others, but thats it. It's the support which matters, and from what I've read EVGA is top notch here.
BFG, Easy RMA, Easy OC'ing ability. Simple as that.
I've only ever owned 3 Nvidia cards.
First one was a Club3D 6800GT,it lasted over a year and a half before it started to display artifacts even before POST,one strange thing about my card was that it came with a different cooler (i think it was a NU cooler) to the reference GT cooler.
Second one was a eVGA 7800GS,great card even though i didn't use it for very long on my dying AGP rig,my next graphics card upgrade will most likely be from them.
Third and current card is in my sig,my first XFX card and so far it's been great plus its factory overclocked so its all good.
It depends on ur satisfaction........I am using "sparkle"......and i know this brand very well....and i am quite satisfied with my brand.....:coffee2:
i'm on my 2nd EVGA card
1st - 7900GT KO
2nd - 8800GTS Superclocked
3rd soon - a 2nd 8800GTS Superclocked
I would personally choose ASUS if it was the price at which I got it (£240 in February ) And also it has a pretty good software package (GRAW, GTI Racing and 3DMark06 Advanced edition) whilst also having good overclocking ability imho (650/2000 is furtheset for me, on stock cooling so far)..
And anyothers if you don't mind about the cooler sticker and package/customer support as much.
I have own a lot of Nvidia cards in my past, XFX ,BFG, eVGA brands that I have owned. By far the eVGA wins all around in customer supports and quality.
and again lol is the step up program availiable in australia???
Sorry to say but no , they dont offer cross shipping
all manufacturers of everything produce flawed components that make it out to consumers, so naturally some are going to have bad experience with brand X and not Y while another is vise versa.
nothing wrong with being loyal, but when it comes to graphic cards, i buy the one that produces the best results in majority of games from proffesional reviews.
most makers use nvidia's reference design anyway so it matters little.
i do like the fact that gainward is picky with selecting the best ram they use in their boards but i dont choose them cause of it.
i have been through many different brands and no problems with any of them, not even a couple i got off ebay used.
LOL E-FORCE LOL (EVGA)