View Poll Results: Who do you think makes the best NVIDIA graphics cards?

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  • Gigabyte

    4 2.40%
  • eVGA

    54 32.34%
  • ASUS

    92 55.09%
  • MSI

    15 8.98%
  • Zotac

    2 1.20%
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    I voted Asus,best coolers i think,Click image for larger version. 

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    I vote ASUS, but what do I know. I went from only knowing how to turn a computer on to saying the hell with it and build my own from the ground up. Just finished it a week ago and all working flawlessly. I am loving the ASUS GTX 670 card I got. Plus props to all the good people on here with all the help I needed with questions. Thanks
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    I am for Asus all the way. Regardless of the component, there is only 1 choice!
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    Regarding UEFI vbios support I think it will be my last video card from Asus, EVGA ftw ! At least when they f*cked up supeclocked card, they fixed it, but broken Asus GTX670 Top cards were just silently removed from market.

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    I love my current Asus card but my zotac 470 was a beast. Its kinda lawlz that If I change the paste in my asus gpu it voids the warranty,being that Asus makes rog motherboards.
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    just got my first asus video card its a 780 and im loving it
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    Just to add my 2 cents -- while I think Asus makes fantastic products across the board, I feel like they're slightly behind EVGA and MSI when it comes to graphics cards. The fact that Asus has basically just the one "stock" card while other resellers offer "Superclocked", "Lightning", "Classified", "FTW", "Dual Bios", etc leaves Asus in the background. I'd like to see Asus step up as a leader in the graphics card space they way they have in the motherboard space.
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    I like the Asus cards because there is a backplate installed. Everyone else you have to buy them. A $20 usd upgrade

    Plus the backplate offers rigidity and protects it from falling heatsink clips that can shorten out your graphics
    card
    Last edited by 01 Wolverine; 10-14-2013 at 11:13 PM.

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    I tend to stick with ASUS mainly because of the 3 year warranty ..and perhaps because I run an ASUS mobo. I know eVGA, MSI and Gigabyte also offer 3 years but other brands Leadtek, Palit, Galaxy, Gainward etc only offer 2 years.

    EVGA offer a superior range for enthusiasts but I'm not into water cooling a card that will be updated within 2 years, I'll stick to reference - no strings attached quick swap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 01 Wolverine View Post
    I like the Asus cards because there is a backplate installed. Everyone else you have to buy them. A $20 usd upgrade

    Plus the backplate offers rigidity and protects it from falling heatsink clips that can shorten out your graphics
    card
    Although eVGA gives you the option to buy them separate, they also make some models that include the backplate as well. That being said, I love the asus ROG cards :-)
    Last edited by Kronvict; 12-19-2013 at 12:43 AM.

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