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7600GT Company???? BFG? EVGA? XXX? ASUS?

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September 22, 2006 12:44:45 AM

Well after a good look at what graphic card you get, the company hits me dead on. It just perfectly fools me which one to get.

I've been considering on the Evga 7600GT but then i was suggested the BFG 7600GT?

Anyone know who can solve this and state the best company out of all of them?

Please dont go on to another series nor another GT or GS or Overclocked.
September 22, 2006 2:16:33 AM

yea i never really understand what the differences are between the manufacturers either...
September 23, 2006 3:44:52 AM

the best i know about the companies that they may mod the graphic card such as the fans and stuff... just dont know what is best mod...
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September 23, 2006 4:24:56 AM

comparing the 7600gts? look at clock speeds, get the 1 with the highest if u dont want to overclock (eVga 7600GT KO has 580 core) others may have 600 or stock (not sure what that is actually)... Also look at cooling, copper is good...
September 23, 2006 4:29:09 AM

I would go with EVGA as thier warranty and step-up program are very good.and even the customer support is very good.goodluck in your decision.

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September 23, 2006 9:32:21 AM

Take This
With a Dual-Slot cooling solution like a 7900GTX...
it`s very Cool 8) ...it`s very Quiet :D  ...it can OverClock much...it`s the Best 7600GT ever :D  :twisted:
September 23, 2006 12:20:01 PM

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Well after a good look at what graphic card you get, the company hits me dead on. It just perfectly fools me which one to get.

I've been considering on the Evga 7600GT but then i was suggested the BFG 7600GT?

Anyone know who can solve this and state the best company out of all of them?

Please dont go on to another series nor another GT or GS or Overclocked.


Hey Junn,
Don't ONLY look at clock speeds and specs, but I WILL tell you look at warranty....BFG has a great warranty, and their RMA qualification is very reasonable.
For example; 7 months ago I built my $ 4200.00 CAN. gaming rig. Once I added my second BFG 7800GTX OC, I found I could not run FEAR, COD2, Quake 4 etc. ...the damn thing would freeze, crash loop, you name it. After calling tech supp (24/7 toll free ), they agreed to RMA both cards to replace with compatible ones from their factory. After a week of waiting, they called me to tell me that since the launch date of their 7900 series was sooo close to when I bought mine, they wer going to give me 2 BRAND NEW OUTA DA BOX 7900GT OC's. :D 
They also agreed to benchmark test, game test and trial the cards in a comparable rig as mine at their shop BEFORE shipping them out to me. The guy that called me ALSO gave me his personal office number and told me that if I EVER had ANY problems whatsoever, to call him and they would sort it out PRONTO :D 
So there ya go....my recomm is go with BFG. YOu will get negative comments from all manufactures but, you can't believe them all.
cheers bro

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September 23, 2006 1:27:58 PM

I vote EVGA, get a superclocked model.
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