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    I want to buy a r9 390 graphics card, but I am confused about which manufacturer to go for. Should I buy the Sapphire r9 390 or wait for the MSI version ?

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    get the MSI version, i have it and it runs great no problems so far.

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    MSI version anywhere in Bangladesh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    get the MSI version, i have it and it runs great no problems so far.
    So, he should get it because you have it, right?

    RIP logic.

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    MSI version anywhere in Bangladesh?
    No. It is not. You don't need to pay any heed to what Ehsas says. He talks and acts like he's living in the U.S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    So, he should get it because you have it, right?

    RIP logic.

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    No. It is not. You don't need to pay any heed to what Ehsas says. He talks and acts like he's living in the U.S.
    And he should get gigabyte just since you work in it right? great logic. do you seriously have nothing to do other than repeatedly make foul posts? preety sad. If you learn how to read you'd see it says "has no problems so far" which is true or do you know something else? Core clock speed wise, it is 0.1ghz faster. other than that everything is the same, so unless Sapphire offers better warranty, the MSI LE is better, Sapphire's nitro is better than the standard 1.0ghz version of msi's one.

    And furthermore, refrain from your childish personal attacks and i could live in antarctica for all you care and it wouldn't matter since facts don't change. A card of the same company won't magically run better at different places.

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    He should get GIGABYTE because;

    #1. GIGABYTE ones have higher core clock (1025Mhz) than the Sapphire one (1010Mhz)

    #2. It offers metal backplate.

    #3. It has full 2 years replacement warranty.

    #4. It is of the lowest price in BD; 31,500/= comparing to any other brands in this country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    He should get GIGABYTE because;

    #1. GIGABYTE ones have higher core clock (1025Mhz) than the Sapphire one (1010Mhz)

    #2. It offers metal backplate.

    #3. It has full 2 years replacement warranty.

    #4. It is of the lowest price in BD; 31,500/= comparing to any other brands in this country.
    Mention the exact model numbers, there are 2 Sapphire, and 2 MSI variants.

    the MSI one has 1000Mhz and 1050Mhz and the Sapphire one has 1010Mhz and 1040Mhz. so no it does not have higher a higher core clock speed. Furthermore you can achieve higher overclocks on both of them compared to the 1025mhz model of gigabyte's. Currently 6 of the top 10 highest overclocks attained from an r9 390 is from MSI, 2 from Sapphire and 2 from Asus. Most popular review sites have the MSI variant at 4.5 stars compared to 4.0 for the gigabyte version. Sapphire also has 2 years replacement warranty. Oh and also the MSI one has a metal backplate as well.

    Only point 4 of it being the cheapest is valid. nothing else
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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    He should get GIGABYTE because;

    It is of the lowest price in BD; 31,500/= comparing to any other brands in this country.
    I can only find Sapphire, Where can I find GB one?

    Any PSU recommendation within 5-7k?

    Thanks for replying and please guys don't fight! I would love to get MSI one but if it's not available in BD I can't do anything about it can I?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sid21 View Post
    I want to buy a r9 390 graphics card, but I am confused about which manufacturer to go for. Should I buy the Sapphire r9 390 or wait for the MSI version ?
    I have the Sapphire R9 390. And, it is long (12+ inches)! So, mind that if it would fit in your case before buying the card.

    And, as for brands, just get the cheapest one and the one that looks best to you. And, if you are someone who cares about color matching:

    1. Sapphire Nitro 390 is black with a dark silver-lining at the side. It has 3 fans and 12.13 inches long. No backplate generally but there is a version with a backplate that has a silver-gray-black color combination. And, yes this backplate looks worse than the bare pcb.

    2. MSI Gaming 390 is Red-Black combination with 2 fans. It is 10.9 inches long. It has a very stylish black backplate with a black dragon logo on it.

    3. Gigabyte G1 390 is black with a LED "Windforce" logo at the side(maybe?). It is 9.21 inches long. It also has a very stylish black backplate with Egyptian design and a white G1 Gaming logo on it.

    And, there is also Asus, but I am not sure if the 390 is available.

    MSI is tiny-winy bit better in case of out-of-the box overclocking (1060MHz gpu base clock & 1525Mhz memory clock). But, I think you can achieve this with any of these cards on the list.

    Sapphire is always trustworthy with AMD (just like EVGA with Nvidia) because they are the kind of AMD only manufacturer.

    As for Gigabyte, I am sure VANGUARD will personally give you 1 year extra warranty (with complimentary Tk.500/= off) just to put it on Ehsas's face.

    Bottom Line: get the cheapest one and the one that looks best to you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arafat Zahan View Post
    Any PSU recommendation within 5-7k?
    You need at least a 750W and a good one. It's AMD and it's hungry for power. I don't know any 750W PSU within that range though.

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    Those suggestions are OVER THE TOP to the extreme. GPU consumes 330watt in FurMark and 260watt in BF4 according to Toms Hardware. So My guess is any good 550-600watt will be fine. Can't decide between Cooler Master, TT and whatever options I havem though..

    Also, sapphire Backplate version available in BD?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    As for Gigabyte, I am sure VANGUARD will personally give you 1 year extra warranty (with complimentary Tk.500/= off) just to put it on Ehsas's face.
    You do realize it is impossible to provide another extra year of warranty legally right? unless the company itself changes it's warranty policy, one employee cannot give you a legal 1 year warranty extention. it would be a "personal warranty" and not an official one. meaning if something does go wrong in that extended period of time you will not be able to sue in court and win if someone just refuses to give the personal warranty as there is no legal binding agreement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arafat Zahan View Post
    Those suggestions are OVER THE TOP to the extreme. GPU consumes 330watt in FurMark and 260watt in BF4 according to Toms Hardware. So My guess is any good 550-600watt will be fine. Can't decide between Cooler Master, TT and whatever options I havem though..

    Also, sapphire Backplate version available in BD?
    yes 550-600w is fine for a 390.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    You do realize it is impossible to provide another extra year of warranty legally right? unless the company itself changes it's warranty policy, one employee cannot give you a legal 1 year warranty extension. it would be a "personal warranty" and not an official one. meaning if something does go wrong in that extended period of time you will not be able to sue in court and win if someone just refuses to give the personal warranty as there is no legal binding agreement.


    Sarcasm Overdose!!! Personally, I will use my broken gpu as paper-weight than suing anyone in Bangladesh over warranty or anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arafat Zahan View Post
    Those suggestions are OVER THE TOP to the extreme. GPU consumes 330watt in FurMark and 260watt in BF4 according to Toms Hardware. So My guess is any good 550-600watt will be fine. Can't decide between Cooler Master, TT and whatever options I havem though..

    Also, sapphire Backplate version available in BD?
    Oh! I did not know that. That's great!

    OFF-TOPIC Q: So, with RM1000 psu, it is possible to crossfire two 390s?

    No idea about the Backplate version's availability. This is Bangladesh. Whatever you ask, they always answer "Asus H81M বোর্ডটা নেন, স্যার। অনেক ভাল মাদারবোর্ড।" BD MARKET ROCKZ

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post


    Sarcasm Overdose!!! Personally, I will use my broken gpu as paper-weight than suing anyone in Bangladesh over warranty or anything.
    Do you have zero knowledge about the law or what? it can easily be done, only reason it does not happen is because it's usually not worth the effort and is very time consuming. By your logic i could claim that i have 10 years warranty on everything i sell and then just not give it without any repercussions other than bad word of mouth right? Point was, it's not possible to give any official warranty extention it can only be personal. and anyone can also give that same kind of warranty on their product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    Do you have zero knowledge about the law or what? it can easily be done, only reason it does not happen is because it's usually not worth the effort and is very time consuming. By your logic i could claim that i have 10 years warranty on everything i sell and then just not give it without any repercussions other than bad word of mouth right? Point was, it's not possible to give any official warranty extention it can only be personal. and anyone can also give that same kind of warranty on their product.
    You were not joking? I made that Gigabyte comment just to break a laugh. Guess it just backfired on me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post


    OFF-TOPIC Q: So, with RM1000 psu, it is possible to crossfire two 390s?

    No idea about the Backplate version's availability. This is Bangladesh. Whatever you ask, they always answer "Asus H81M বোর্ডটা নেন, স্যার। অনেক ভাল মাদারবোর্ড।" BD MARKET ROCKZ
    Most certainly. 1000watts is a lot. 390X overclocked pulls 300watt at gaming and so you can certainly crossfire.

    Yeah that's right too.. It's too hard to make 'em understand what I want.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    Do you have zero knowledge about the law or what? it can easily be done, only reason it does not happen is because it's usually not worth the effort and is very time consuming. By your logic i could claim that i have 10 years warranty on everything i sell and then just not give it without any repercussions other than bad word of mouth right? Point was, it's not possible to give any official warranty extention it can only be personal. and anyone can also give that same kind of warranty on their product.
    Man you gotta eat some laughing gas and chill. Y so serious?

    Also, I'm all down to buy MSI 390 if it's available in BD.

    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    You were not joking? I made that Gigabyte comment just to break a laugh. Guess it just backfired on me.
    lol :v

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    You were not joking? I made that Gigabyte comment just to break a laugh. Guess it just backfired on me.
    I know but it's like 6am now and im still up working so was in a horrible state now until that star kebab store opens up and i can get some food and be in peace

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    You do realize it is impossible to provide another extra year of warranty legally right? unless the company itself changes it's warranty policy, one employee cannot give you a legal 1 year warranty extention. it would be a "personal warranty" and not an official one.


    meaning if something does go wrong in that extended period of time you will not be able to sue in court and win if someone just refuses to give the personal warranty as there is no legal binding agreement.
    lord vanguard can do anything about gigabyte products. anything. any. thing.


    about the legal thing... you do realize this is one the most corrupted country in the history of mankind, dont you? new guy.

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    to OP: thought its a very old thread... asus 390 has 3 years replacement warranty... but gigabyte and sapphire has 2 years

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    lord vanguard can do anything about gigabyte products. anything. any. thing.


    about the legal thing... you do realize this is one the most corrupted country in the history of mankind, dont you? new guy.

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    to OP: thought its a very old thread... asus 390 has 3 years replacement warranty... but gigabyte and sapphire has 2 years
    Official warranties cannot be changed regardless of the country. Only distributor warranties vary, you can call gigabyte's main office in Taiwan and ask them if they will give an official warranty extention of 1 years. As i said it's a personal warranty. you can also give that and so can anyone else. so yes anyone could do anything about it.

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    Go buy the MSI 390.

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    Pure entertainment.

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    Aside reading Kaziishan requirement for 750W which is purely ridiculous. With DX11 API rendering, you'll push it to 260W at average, at benchmark softwares upto 300W or over if OC'd.

    http://www.hardocp.com/article/2015/...2#.ViHecH4rKUk
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