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Will it matter if i use an EVGA gtx 690 card with and Asus Rampage IV mobo?

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June 11, 2012 8:50:19 PM

Hello, My friend keeps telling me that i should use an Asus GPU with an Asus MOBO but i can only find an EVGA GTX 690, should i wait for the asus gtx 690 to be available or is it typically not going to matter
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June 11, 2012 8:56:17 PM

chuysguy360 said:
Hello, My friend keeps telling me that i should use an Asus GPU with an Asus MOBO but i can only find an EVGA GTX 690, should i wait for the asus gtx 690 to be available or is it typically not going to matter

It doesn't matter, they all follow the standard connection.
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June 11, 2012 8:59:22 PM

They are all universal... infact most cards are made in the same handful of factories. Often times you hear of people peeling the labels off the cooler to see another vendors label underneath.

I had an evga card in my asus baord for years... now i have a couple of MSI cards. They are all compatible. I have a galaxy card in my other computer that has an evga board. I have a powercolor card in a cheap foxconn board.
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June 11, 2012 9:10:01 PM

Thank you. I just don't understand why my friend keeps telling me to wait for an asus card. Now that i know i will go ahead and be a happy camper.
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June 11, 2012 9:15:38 PM

the only advantage of using a Asus mobo and a Asus gpu is that you can overclock from the bios, and i think that it is fairly technical as you need to solder them together.
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