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    Default Which brand of 980Ti to get

    Just sold my 390X, not looking at the FuryX since i think im done with AMD for the moment, as for 980Ti which brand has the best one?

    I wanted to get the Liquid nitrogen cooled GALAX LN2 980Ti but didn't find it anywhere and the people who have it won't sell for under 1k :/

    So next options:

    1)ZOTAC 980Ti AMP EXTREME edition > fastest base clock speed, highest fps from out of the box but gets hot to easily and is rather loud.
    2)EVGA superclocked
    3)GIGABYTE G1 gaming 980 Ti
    4)ASUS STRIX 980 Ti > has a new cooler and is probably the most power efficient and has lower temp
    5)MSI 980Ti Twin Frozr

    Want to keep it under or within 700$ so Arctic cooling or GALAX or the evga hybrid is over budget but is the extra 30$ for hybrid liquid cooled one wayy better or just slight difference?

    don't know much about the cards other than Zotac and the reference, so which one of these is the best one to get?

    Also will play at 3440x1440 21:9 not 4K so need the card which will be best at that resolution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    Just sold my 390X, not looking at the FuryX since i think im done with AMD for the moment, as for 980Ti which brand has the best one?

    I wanted to get the Liquid nitrogen cooled GALAX LN2 980Ti but didn't find it anywhere and the people who have it won't sell for under 1k :/

    So next options:

    1)ZOTAC 980Ti AMP EXTREME edition > fastest base clock speed, highest fps from out of the box but gets hot to easily and is rather loud.
    2)EVGA superclocked
    3)GIGABYTE G1 gaming 980 Ti
    4)ASUS STRIX 980 Ti > has a new cooler and is probably the most power efficient and has lower temp
    5)MSI 980Ti Twin Frozr

    Want to keep it under or within 700$ so Arctic cooling or GALAX or the evga hybrid is over budget but is the extra 30$ for hybrid liquid cooled one wayy better or just slight difference?

    don't know much about the cards other than Zotac and the reference, so which one of these is the best one to get?

    Also will play at 3440x1440 21:9 not 4K so need the card which will be best at that resolution.

    I think the GIGABYTE G1 GAMING GTX 980Ti is the best in terms of performance, the MSI one is also good too but the Gigabyte one gets 1-2 fps more in some games, but overall both are good. The EVGA Hybrid is more cooler than any one of the other, but the performance isn't really better. The ZOTAC one might get hot and loud so it's better to get some other card and to OC it. I'll still recommend the GIGABYTE one, or maybe the MSI one as you seem to like MSI products a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    Just sold my 390X, not looking at the FuryX since i think im done with AMD for the moment, as for 980Ti which brand has the best one?

    I wanted to get the Liquid nitrogen cooled GALAX LN2 980Ti but didn't find it anywhere and the people who have it won't sell for under 1k :/

    So next options:

    1)ZOTAC 980Ti AMP EXTREME edition > fastest base clock speed, highest fps from out of the box but gets hot to easily and is rather loud.
    2)EVGA superclocked
    3)GIGABYTE G1 gaming 980 Ti
    4)ASUS STRIX 980 Ti > has a new cooler and is probably the most power efficient and has lower temp
    5)MSI 980Ti Twin Frozr

    Want to keep it under or within 700$ so Arctic cooling or GALAX or the evga hybrid is over budget but is the extra 30$ for hybrid liquid cooled one wayy better or just slight difference?

    don't know much about the cards other than Zotac and the reference, so which one of these is the best one to get?

    Also will play at 3440x1440 21:9 not 4K so need the card which will be best at that resolution.
    Here's my two paisa in;

    Do not, by any means possible, get caught up with the marketing hype. You end up paying more without actually for nothing.

    If you DON'T INTEND OVERCLOCKING THE Sh*t out of your GPU (voltage tweaking maximum) then there is absolutely no point in buying a Liq Cooling part for a GPU. It will merely be a show off. On top of that, there is buttload of maintenance required for the WC on REGULAR basis. Every WC owner will tell you that.

    For more info on , watch this from Newegg guy Paul: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTXUzPx-6XQ

    For high end gaming GPUs like 980Ti, there's is not much to decide. If price and availability matches your need then go ahead with anyone of them. Its general feeling of accomplishment we find after buying the best looking/overclocking potential GPU, but in real life there's not much to gain from it.

    I personally don't get the point of having 5% increase in FPS between each other. I heard a lot about Asus GPU especially GTX 970 having the worst overclock potential but from my personal experience i got better overclock result than MSI, EVGA or Gigabyte overclocked benching scores.

    Happy gaming with you upcoming 980Ti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    Just sold my 390X, not looking at the FuryX since i think im done with AMD for the moment, as for 980Ti which brand has the best one?

    I wanted to get the Liquid nitrogen cooled GALAX LN2 980Ti but didn't find it anywhere and the people who have it won't sell for under 1k :/

    So next options:

    1)ZOTAC 980Ti AMP EXTREME edition > fastest base clock speed, highest fps from out of the box but gets hot to easily and is rather loud.
    2)EVGA superclocked
    3)GIGABYTE G1 gaming 980 Ti
    4)ASUS STRIX 980 Ti > has a new cooler and is probably the most power efficient and has lower temp
    5)MSI 980Ti Twin Frozr

    Want to keep it under or within 700$ so Arctic cooling or GALAX or the evga hybrid is over budget but is the extra 30$ for hybrid liquid cooled one wayy better or just slight difference?

    don't know much about the cards other than Zotac and the reference, so which one of these is the best one to get?

    Also will play at 3440x1440 21:9 not 4K so need the card which will be best at that resolution.
    LN2 cooled graphics card? that's only for overclockers.

    now if you want to water cooled graphics card, evga hybrid is the best option but chance is very low to get. i waited more that 1 month to buy that from evga but ended up with stock out every time. even better option is evga hydro but only if you have a proper liquid cooling setup. mind that all of them are basically the same card with standard nvidia design & custom block attached to it. with liquid cooling you can overclock the card like crazy and get extra ordinary numbers in gaming but it also reduces the lifespan of your card because evga doesnt use extra power circuitry or better vrms in those cards.

    asus strix has a better power delivery system and also quite. at least on paper. evga superclocked ones with custom coolers are good as well. you can go for that.

    i ended up buying zotac. so let's see how it works when i get my hands on that.

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    Gigabyte G1 gaming 980ti eyes closed.

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    GIGABYTE 980Ti G1 is available at a special price for Banglagamer and CLUB G1 members.
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/clubg1gaming/
    Last edited by VANGUARD; August 24th, 2015 at 16:07.

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    @Ehsas since u can get things from abroad, u should stick to EVGA. period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    LN2 cooled graphics card? that's only for overclockers.

    now if you want to water cooled graphics card, evga hybrid is the best option but chance is very low to get. i waited more that 1 month to buy that from evga but ended up with stock out every time. even better option is evga hydro but only if you have a proper liquid cooling setup. mind that all of them are basically the same card with standard nvidia design & custom block attached to it. with liquid cooling you can overclock the card like crazy and get extra ordinary numbers in gaming but it also reduces the lifespan of your card because evga doesnt use extra power circuitry or better vrms in those cards.

    asus strix has a better power delivery system and also quite. at least on paper. evga superclocked ones with custom coolers are good as well. you can go for that.

    i ended up buying zotac. so let's see how it works when i get my hands on that.
    Well you can get the best performance out of the LN2 but it's preety much impossible to buy now since it was limited edition. and when's your ZOTAC one arriving? Please do let me know how it goes for you. it has the best performance i heard and since im not getting a liquid cooled one to overclock the zotac has the highest clock speed so i can use it without overclocking and it will still hold resell value next year when pascal comes out right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    @Ehsas since u can get things from abroad, u should stick to EVGA. period.
    Superclocked, regular or hybrid?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    GIGABYTE 980Ti G1 is available at a special price for Banglagamer and CLUB G1 members.
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/clubg1gaming/
    Scrolled through till the May posts and didn't find anything, do i have to join the group first?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billybuoy View Post
    Here's my two paisa in;

    Do not, by any means possible, get caught up with the marketing hype. You end up paying more without actually for nothing.

    If you DON'T INTEND OVERCLOCKING THE Sh*t out of your GPU (voltage tweaking maximum) then there is absolutely no point in buying a Liq Cooling part for a GPU. It will merely be a show off. On top of that, there is buttload of maintenance required for the WC on REGULAR basis. Every WC owner will tell you that.

    For more info on , watch this from Newegg guy Paul: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTXUzPx-6XQ

    For high end gaming GPUs like 980Ti, there's is not much to decide. If price and availability matches your need then go ahead with anyone of them. Its general feeling of accomplishment we find after buying the best looking/overclocking potential GPU, but in real life there's not much to gain from it.

    I personally don't get the point of having 5% increase in FPS between each other. I heard a lot about Asus GPU especially GTX 970 having the worst overclock potential but from my personal experience i got better overclock result than MSI, EVGA or Gigabyte overclocked benching scores.

    Happy gaming with you upcoming 980Ti.
    I am aware of it and that's why im so cautious. First time spending this much on a computer part and saved a LOT for so just nitpicking between which one is even slightly better. wasn't planning to get the WC one anyway since they are all over 700$. So do you recommend the STRIX one? and also which one do you think would hold the highest resale value in a year's time? thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    Well you can get the best performance out of the LN2 but it's preety much impossible to buy now since it was limited edition. and when's your ZOTAC one arriving? Please do let me know how it goes for you. it has the best performance i heard and since im not getting a liquid cooled one to overclock the zotac has the highest clock speed so i can use it without overclocking and it will still hold resell value next year when pascal comes out right?
    i think you have a misconception about LN2 cooling. this is just for benchmarking. nobody uses LN2 for regular use. it will be damn expensive even if someone want to use LN2 on a regular basis. if you really want a beast there is only evga kingpin edition. that is damn expensive. and if you are thinking of resale value of 980ti, then i think you should reconsider again. because you wont be able to sell it at a reasonable price when pascal comes.

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    @Ehsas Hybrid evga is not for ppl who prefer bang for the buck. The extra performance in terms of FPS gain is out of proportion when additional price is taken into account. But then it has the obvious cool factor.

    I would get the super-clocked edition if i was in your place

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    I am aware of it and that's why im so cautious. First time spending this much on a computer part and saved a LOT for so just nitpicking between which one is even slightly better. wasn't planning to get the WC one anyway since they are all over 700$. So do you recommend the STRIX one? and also which one do you think would hold the highest resale value in a year's time? thanks.
    Resale value wise, You can go with Gigabyte, Asus, EVGA or MSI. Each one them has very good reputation.

    Usability wise, Go with MSI or EVGA they have the best tweaking software for GPU (i personally prefered MSI Afterburner over Asus GPU tweak for my Strix card).

    After sale service though, i hav heard many ppl having tough time with EVGA customer support. Not sure about MSI, read other users in amazon or newegg who actually bought these.

    More at: https://techreport.com/review/28685/...rds-compared/5

    Hope it helps.
    Last edited by Billybuoy; August 24th, 2015 at 18:23.

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    Scrolled through till the May posts and didn't find anything, do i have to join the group first?
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    Yes. You have to join the group first. Btw, you are a BG member afterall. What if i say, you will get it at 67k!
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    evga.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Yes. You have to join the group first. Btw, you are a BG member afterall. What if i say, you will get it at 67k!
    50 er nichey hobey na? {kidding}

    Ei card gula chalatey PSU lagbey kemon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    @Ehsas Hybrid evga is not for ppl who prefer bang for the buck. The extra performance in terms of FPS gain is out of proportion when additional price is taken into account. But then it has the obvious cool factor.

    I would get the super-clocked edition if i was in your place
    hybrid is infact the best bang for buck atm. with just spending 100 dollar more, you are getting an aio cooling plus bracket plus backplate. if you want to buy separately all those things it will cost you at least 130. plus temp is always below 60 and if you overclock it will go to one of the highest levels. please go to evga forum to look at the results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by REVx View Post
    50 er nichey hobey na? {kidding}

    Ei card gula chalatey PSU lagbey kemon?

    Nvidia recommends at least a 650W PSU. According to Guru3d power consumption tests, the Card consumes around 90-100W at idle, with about 350W at load. For the whole PC I'll say a good 650W will be more than good to go, and anyway if one's going with such a high end GPU, he/she should also have the budget to get a good PSU with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by REVx View Post
    50 er nichey hobey na? {kidding}


    Ei card gula chalatey PSU lagbey kemon?
    in BD only intel processor and mobo rate is 80tk... for other electronic things its 100tk/dollar, for gpu sometimes its even more than that.
    i dont know exactly why gpu price isnt at 80tk rate if it were you could get it at ~50k bdt



    http://www.hardocp.com/article/2015/...0#.VdsmGPmqrl8
    GOOD 550W to 600watt should be more than enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    hybrid is infact the best bang for buck atm. with just spending 100 dollar more, you are getting an aio cooling plus bracket plus backplate. if you want to buy separately all those things it will cost you at least 130. plus temp is always below 60 and if you overclock it will go to one of the highest levels. please go to evga forum to look at the results.

    Well, the Hybrid is the best at cooling, (and hence good at OCing) and for everything you get it's a good buy, however there is hadly any performance difference it makes while gaming according to the benchmarks I've seen online.

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    To OP:
    vanguard will most probably give you 2 or more years replacement warranty. but if you consider global warranty reputation and quality, nothing comes even close to EVGA. but in BD you are gonna have to ship it to usa again if you buy evga


    more importantly, if you have a credit card then you can get your product at 78tk/dollar, at 51k bdt... while every other BD retailers will need ~67-70k... 100tk/dollar. you are probably gonna ship it to BD so it might not be a factor to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    hybrid is infact the best bang for buck atm. with just spending 100 dollar more, you are getting an aio cooling plus bracket plus backplate. if you want to buy separately all those things it will cost you at least 130. plus temp is always below 60 and if you overclock it will go to one of the highest levels. please go to evga forum to look at the results.
    U missed the fact that I was referring to the FPS gain from the water cooling. The marginal return is poor.

    For me the KPI is FPS not bracket, backplate and other mambo jambo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by z.a.s View Post
    Well, the Hybrid is the best at cooling, (and hence good at OCing) and for everything you get it's a good buy, however there is hadly any performance difference it makes while gaming according to the benchmarks I've seen online.
    exactly.
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