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    I bought my pc last month thanks to all your suggestions on that, it works perfectly fine but my video card started to turn up and frequently my entire screen started shaking later taking it to a store they said it's a faulty product so i sent it back. they couldn't replace it :/ so gave me 350euro credit. Is there any good video card i can get at that range? or upto 500euro. my monitor is 1440p and i play mostly mmo's which are not demanding but still need a high very high frame rate! oh and please don't suggest a 970 >.< it might be good but i don't want anotherone after what i've been through.

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    Why not go for 980! Should serve your purpose well.

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    Why not go for 980! Should serve your purpose well.

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    if you have the cash in hand, save it! wait for next Series of GPUs....

    else, get the 980...

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    R9 Fury? I think at that price range, this card is great for 1440p performance for now. It has no other competition at that price region tbh

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    obviously R9 Fury!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    R9 Fury? I think at that price range, this card is great for 1440p performance for now. It has no other competition at that price region tbh
    It is almost 40 euros more, is it worth that much? :/ really don't wanna cross the 500 mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by giant View Post
    if you have the cash in hand, save it! wait for next Series of GPUs....

    else, get the 980...
    I don't have a video card at the moment so i can't run anything on it! so it has to be within the next 3 days!!

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    is the 390X a good card? it seems to be in my price range. for 980 it is a bit out of budget as well..since prices here in eu are ridiculously overpriced. Only have 3 gtx 980's that cost 500euro and all from unkown companies, Zotac Amp!omega edition, Zotac Amp!edition, Gainward phantom edition and Inno3D Herculez X3 Air edition. all other 980's cost a lot more.. so should i get any of these 4 cards or the 390X? and is the 40euro extra worth it for fury? sorry for being so confusing D:

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    Depends, I would say go for a PowerColor R9 390X, best cooled card and worth the price of admission.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patricija97 View Post
    It is almost 40 euros more, is it worth that much? :/ really don't wanna cross the 500 mark

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    I don't have a video card at the moment so i can't run anything on it! so it has to be within the next 3 days!!

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    is the 390X a good card? it seems to be in my price range. for 980 it is a bit out of budget as well..since prices here in eu are ridiculously overpriced. Only have 3 gtx 980's that cost 500euro and all from unkown companies, Zotac Amp!omega edition, Zotac Amp!edition, Gainward phantom edition and Inno3D Herculez X3 Air edition. all other 980's cost a lot more.. so should i get any of these 4 cards or the 390X? and is the 40euro extra worth it for fury? sorry for being so confusing D:
    Those are mostly European brands beside Zotac which also sells stateside. Sorry if my suggestion sounds like waving you off but if I was in EU I'd veer more towards major EU tech forums than here www.techpowerup.com and www.guru3d.com are major English-speaking German forums, though guru3d has more forum traffic vs TPU's review traffic imo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    Those are mostly European brands beside Zotac which also sells stateside. Sorry if my suggestion sounds like waving you off but if I was in EU I'd veer more towards major EU tech forums than here www.techpowerup.com and www.guru3d.com are major English-speaking German forums, though guru3d has more forum traffic vs TPU's review traffic imo.
    As far as GPU goes, suggestions can be taken from here too as the GPU markets are relatively alike except for some brands which only sell in geo-targeted locations as you mentioned.

    To OP, you might want to look into r9 390.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Franklin View Post
    As far as GPU goes, suggestions can be taken from here too as the GPU markets are relatively alike except for some brands which only sell in geo-targeted locations as you mentioned.

    To OP, you might want to look into r9 390.
    It's not just about overall brand suggestion. Asking europeans will be more fruitful about the brand's warranty policy, selling value and overall extra information we can't provide.
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    Among the 4 980's you mentioned, the Zotac AMP! edition is the best one. so if you decide to get a 980 get that one. since it's within your budget definitely get that instead of the 390X. and the r9 fury is about 8% to 16% better than a stock gtx 980. and it with drivers maturing it can get even further ahead (close to 20% at best). However 980's are one of the best overclockers so you can expect a 15-20% performance boost from doing it if the need arises later on. So really just get the r9 fury or if that's not possible then the AMP! 980. Omega core has a smaller cooler 2X cooler, Inno3D's one has only 2x6-pin power connectors and dosen't have as high of an OC potential. Don't know much about gainward's one other than it looks ugly but still not seeing it in any recommended or top records list so Amp! it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Depends, I would say go for a PowerColor R9 390X, best cooled card and worth the price of admission.
    That specific model isn't available here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Franklin View Post
    As far as GPU goes, suggestions can be taken from here too as the GPU markets are relatively alike except for some brands which only sell in geo-targeted locations as you mentioned.

    To OP, you might want to look into r9 390.
    can the 390 run everything? i mean shouldn't i try for something a bit more expensive? or is that same as 980?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    Among the 4 980's you mentioned, the Zotac AMP! edition is the best one. so if you decide to get a 980 get that one. since it's within your budget definitely get that instead of the 390X. and the r9 fury is about 8% to 16% better than a stock gtx 980. and it with drivers maturing it can get even further ahead (close to 20% at best). However 980's are one of the best overclockers so you can expect a 15-20% performance boost from doing it if the need arises later on. So really just get the r9 fury or if that's not possible then the AMP! 980. Omega core has a smaller cooler 2X cooler, Inno3D's one has only 2x6-pin power connectors and dosen't have as high of an OC potential. Don't know much about gainward's one other than it looks ugly but still not seeing it in any recommended or top records list so Amp! it is.
    So the Zotac one it is! one question i don't know how to overclock.. not tech savvy or anything is it a simple as pressing a button or do i have to open it and screw something in..because if that's the case i won't be able to i really want to save money on it and get the 980 though. and if it isn't possible i'll have to go with fury which brand makes a the good one? checked the site and we have ASUS, SAPPHIRE, XFX available. with XFX being 530euro saphire 550 and asus 580. is XFX one bad? ty for the detailed reply!

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    do not mind but i am asking it from curiosity, did u buy it from abroad?

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    Yes overclocking is rather easy (if it's not extreme) and very simple, many guides out there and it's simplified with software like PrecisionX and msi afterburner. could you link you to several sites that have step by step guides. and yes XFX's triple dissasipation fury is good. the others probably are just not on sale or are in low volume thus the high price. if the Zotac 980 costs you just 30euro less then the fury, then it's well worth the upgrade to fury with that extra 30E

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    Okay thankyou! and thanks to everyone else as well. im getting the XFX r9 fury now! just placed my order and best thing is they said i will get a free star wars battlefront game with it so really nice ^_^ also since i got to keep my rainbow six siege game code for the 970 i rma'd so 2 games for free yay!

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