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Which HD 7850 To get?

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  1. gopal

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    Which HD 7850 to get?
    The Sapphire or msi or gigabyte [Only these 3 are available in my area (i am not interested in ordering online)]
    Which one?
    Sapphire - best factory oc for HD 7850
    MSI - better cooling
    Gigabyte - cheaper then bother
     
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    if they all based from reference design im gonna take the cheapest
    so between MSI and sapphire
    factory OC usually tagged in high price, MSI is good but which one since they rolls 2 type: power edition or twin frozr
     
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    All of them have custom cooler!
    and you should check the webpage of all of them
     
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    which one msi or sapphire
     
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    MSI because of the twin frozr design
     
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    MSi ?
    Do you think i get any advantage in msi afterburner?
     
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    a little but then again judging by your rig your cpu will bottleneck
     
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    yes, thats why they make it :D
    for tweaking and pushing your card performance
     
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    For me it would be:
    1)MSI
    2)Gigabyte
    3)Sapphire
    Also, i use msi afterburner myself with a powercolor, so don't think of msi for the program.
    Enough talking, take msi.
     
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    Looks like i am going with msi then!
     
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    and how about asus!
     
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    Asus Vs MSI which one?
    I think it is MSI!
     
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    Which msi power or twin frozr?
     
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    This is what i am going to buy MSI R7850 Power Edition 2GD5
     
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    Thanks For your Help Guys!
     
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    In the future I would suggest using the edit button.
     
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    Well MSI R7850 Power Edition is my choice !
    any reply and info about it would be nice!
     
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    Yha buddy this is cool and good choice! def, but look at one more thing you will get bottle with this CPU and this config first i wold spend $$ to new CPU and Mobo, and also go to DDR3 and PSU you will need beter PSU caus tis not good for gaming is unknowen brand i belive, go to Nox or XFX or also LCpowr, there are many brands that give you good perfomance like Corsair, so just get new setup caus this R7850 will running in half of perfomance or even slower, this is a stress for your GPU :S good luck and hope you understand bro!
     
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    I am not looking for that rig check this link
    http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=168626
    So what do you think!
     
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    Using an MSI one with Twix Frozr cooler and it's great I highly recommend it.

    Keeps the card very cool so high overclocks are possible.

    Sets volts to 1.225 and just push the clocks as high as you can!
     
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    I am looking for twin frozr IV not III !
     
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    I'm fairly sure the only difference is the colour of the metal shroud on the heatsink.

    ( v3 is brushed aluminum)
     

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