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    As salamu Alaikum Ya'll .

    Returning to gaming after a while . So need to buy some parts .

    I have a friend who lives in china and he's frequent in travelling from here to there . So less worry about the warranty part .

    I was thinking of buying a MSI/Gigabyte 1060 6Gb through him . is that a good idea ? Saw some prices on JD.com and newegg.com.cn and it's similar to US prices . Should i go through with the plan ?


    And also any insight on the black friday on NOV 25 ?


    TIA MOYNA PAKHI

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    Offtopic: China is officially too awesome to handle! Never seen these cards before!

    Onda GTX 1060 3G
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    Zotac GTX 1060 X-Gaming 6G (Backplate with reverse text!)
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    MSI GTX 1060 6G Duke (Triple Fan??? Triple Frozr???)
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    Yikes, that top design looks awkward. Probably that's where the VRM settles and cools off with it's tiny turbines

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAWX View Post
    As salamu Alaikum Ya'll .

    Returning to gaming after a while . So need to buy some parts .

    I have a friend who lives in china and he's frequent in travelling from here to there . So less worry about the warranty part .

    I was thinking of buying a MSI/Gigabyte 1060 6Gb through him . is that a good idea ? Saw some prices on JD.com and newegg.com.cn and it's similar to US prices . Should i go through with the plan ?


    And also any insight on the black friday on NOV 25 ?


    TIA MOYNA PAKHI
    If you have no problem with the warranty part, the price in China seems to be pretty good for the 1060. However, spending more than 2000RMB on a 1060 6GB will not be that good of a value. Like a MSI GTX 1060 Gaming X 6G is 30K in Bangladesh where it will cost you 28K if you buy it from China...
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    However, if you buy this Colorful iGame 1060 6G, it will cost you 22K, which is a hell of a deal if you get the warranty sorted out. You will probably never find a 1060 6GB in Bangladesh at that price now. Also, I think there is a free mouse with it?
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    I could be wrong about all of this as I am researching it on the go. No experience about this. But, I hope this helps you out.
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    while we are talking about fans... i read somewhere if we could replace 2 big of a gpu with 4 smaller fans it could take more air? i donno why gpu companies dont make 4fan-gpus... maybe the impact is minimal...

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    while we are talking about fans... i read somewhere if we could replace 2 big of a gpu with 4 smaller fans it could take more air? i donno why gpu companies dont make 4fan-gpus... maybe the impact is minimal...
    Probably due to smaller fans need to have higher RPM to achieve similar/greater airflow than bigger fans(afaik) That could introduce more vibration and sound. Also to maintain and sync 4 fans on a piece of pcb hanging on a PCIe slot should be a problem. Also, the card could look hideous with four fans.
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    Well the smaller fans would have to compensate with much higher RPM to make up for the lost CFM and then even more to beat it. I'd assume noise becomes a concern at load temperatures.

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