I am about to buy myself a new VGA. I was thinking of 9800GTX(currentyl I am with 7600GT for a second year now so it will be a boost). I found these two cards in the stores here:
Inno3D Overclocked version and XFX. There is Asus as well, but I think there is no need to pay tem more only for the name.
So, my question is what will you recommend me to take - the overclocked version of the rising INNO3D or the normal 9800GTX version of XFX, that are one of the giants in this industry. The prices are nearly the same(higher for the INNO3D version but a bit) and they do not matter. I just want the better one from these two. I won't make SLI and I want the card to be quiet, but the silence is not over the performance need;)
Hm yea that makes a lot of sense. For the most part, all the cards are NVidia reference cards with a company's sticker on them. They'll all be about the same as far as performance and reliability, so the difference should be which company you like better including service, warranty, etc.
XFX definitely. They have a double lifetime warranty, which means that you get a full lifetime warranty, and then the person you sell it to in the future will also get the same warranty. They also will allow overclocking, which means you can push the card to higher speeds than the INNO3D and save a couple (insert whatever currency you use over there ).