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Zotac vs EVGA GPU. Which is better quality and performs better?

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July 18, 2013 8:10:06 PM

I am getting a GTX 760 and I don't know what brand to get. Zotac or EVGA?
I want to know which brand lasts longer and performs better.
July 18, 2013 8:13:10 PM

EVGA has better presence in the US due to its longer warranty period(and free extended warranty at times) by registering the card on their web page. Zotac is known for aggressive stock clocks. Its based in China so getting through an RMA is much tougher compared to evga
July 18, 2013 8:14:36 PM

EVGA they also win a lot of awards and have great customer service best answer is appreciated :) 
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July 18, 2013 8:36:06 PM

TechPowerup's review of the EVGA overclocked 760 with ACX cooler shows that it has the best performance without additional overclocking of all the 760's, but has the worst performance per watt of the cards they tested.

According to the EVGA website, the offer a 2 year warranty to back up their card. On this page they highlight the double ball bearing fans they use in the build "which offer a 12 year lifespan, 4X longer when compared to competitors!"

My choice would be the EVGA.
July 18, 2013 10:45:43 PM

OcelotRex said:
TechPowerup's review of the EVGA overclocked 760 with ACX cooler shows that it has the best performance without additional overclocking of all the 760's, but has the worst performance per watt of the cards they tested.

According to the EVGA website, the offer a 2 year warranty to back up their card. On this page they highlight the double ball bearing fans they use in the build "which offer a 12 year lifespan, 4X longer when compared to competitors!"

My choice would be the EVGA.


So better performance as well because I read reviews and people say they will never return to EVGA

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July 19, 2013 6:50:09 AM
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imback said:
OcelotRex said:
TechPowerup's review of the EVGA overclocked 760 with ACX cooler shows that it has the best performance without additional overclocking of all the 760's, but has the worst performance per watt of the cards they tested.

According to the EVGA website, the offer a 2 year warranty to back up their card. On this page they highlight the double ball bearing fans they use in the build "which offer a 12 year lifespan, 4X longer when compared to competitors!"

My choice would be the EVGA.


So better performance as well because I read reviews and people say they will never return to EVGA



I made some quick assumptions that you were refering to specific cards - The EVGA GTX 760 OC with ACX Cooling and the Zotac GTC 760 AMP! edition. EVGA has 7 products out or planned in the GTX 760 line right now - 4 operating faster than the reference card and 2 with 4GB of RAM. Zotac has 5 cards out or planned, all operating above stock speeds.

The performance is going to vary on all of the 12 cards so without knowing which cards y ou plan to purchase it's hard to say. TechPowerUp is a great site that compares the cards reviewed to each other and shows their performance differences. Unfortunately, there ahas not been a lot of reviews on the Zotac cards as of this date.
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