Cancel PNY for EVGA?

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by popcorn1, Feb 19, 2009.

  1. Aznthug186

    Aznthug186 Member Guru

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    PS: You can buy the custom backplate your self and still be the same price. It does cool your card down 10%. By the way when you buy it EVGA with backplate bundle you have to put it on your self. It dosent come on the card, is seperate. Unless you have to pay 10 bucks more to have the Company Pre install it for you. Some company thats Milking consumer's hard work money.


    My buddy got his backplate and here is the PIC we took . . .

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    Open the Plastic and here is the instructions.

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    Once you put it on. . .

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    Addtional Layers added on the card.


    Now His PC . .
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  2. EddieG

    EddieG Master Guru

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    read the stepup program rules on the evga site. I think they don't allow stepup from eBay, if it matters to you.
     
  3. JumperR

    JumperR Master Guru

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    Evga released a program to increase volt or what ever

    which will able to Overclock higher.

    So choose the evga!!
     
  4. popcorn1

    popcorn1 Member Guru

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    that can be used with any other gtx 295 im pretty sure.
     

  5. LedHed

    LedHed Banned

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    of course it can, but eVGA still released the first prototype which all other programs are built off of that now support all cards. Shows eVGA has their head in the game a lot more than other companies and they released that SLI Enhancement app.
     
  6. Bluedog

    Bluedog Ancient Guru

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    I've had three Evga cards die over the past several years; 5900,6800 and just recent 8800 GTS (none overclocked). Kinda lost faith in them for now.

    Switched sides to see what its like and so far have been pretty happy with the results.
     
  7. Threewheels

    Threewheels Master Guru

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    I haven't had an evga card, but I did have a PNY a few years back that I overclocked a bit to much and fried it. It was over a year old, but PNY replaced it, no questions asked, so for me, their customer service was very good.
     
  8. dshramek

    dshramek Ancient Guru

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    Really? Oh, wow...I guess they didn't replace the 7900gt I snapped the capacitors off of when changing to an after market cooler...silly me...I have no idea where the replacement came from...Must have been the graphics card fairy.
     
  9. Aznthug186

    Aznthug186 Member Guru

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    yeah PNY change everything thats why I stick with this company. Once again is not a big market in America but PNY sure took over Asia and Europe's Market!
     
  10. _Rnesto

    _Rnesto Master Guru

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    No need to worry, you can always desing a custom receipt from an online store like amazon, by this they will never know.
     

  11. MAD-OGRE

    MAD-OGRE Ancient Guru

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    Evga replaced a mobo for me this month, i chipped the NB when changing out the cooler.
    cost me $11.00 in shipping.
     
  12. popcorn1

    popcorn1 Member Guru

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    Haha that was funny.
     
  13. Bluedog

    Bluedog Ancient Guru

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    I just got an RMA approval today and that's after explaining about the stripped out threads on the aluminum mounting plate holes. And all I did was remove the screws that weren't even tight.
     

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