I'm mostly gaming at 1080p and in need of a new GPU as my Sapphire 6870 died. I'm thinking of getting a 7950 or a non-GE 7970. I've cut my choices to a few cards and brands that are roughly the same price roughly $10USD difference. Nvidia cards here are overpriced as well as cards from Asus or MSI. (except the 670 from Gainward) The ones available here in these parts are these: http://www.powercolor.com/Global/products_features.asp?id=398 7970 non GE (2 year warranty) (I don't like the cooler. I cant seem to find any review if the VRM or memory are cooled or at least have heatsinks on them.) or http://www.sapphiretech.com/presentation/product/?cid=1&gid=3&sgid=1157&lid=1&pid=1713&leg=0 7950 with boost (2yr warranty) (I cant find any review on these as well but I know the VRM and memory are cooled. There seems to be a lot of different SKUs for these. One with 2 + 6 pins and the other would have a 6+8 pin power connector. Don't have an idea what makes the difference and how to know it just by looking at the box.) or http://www.hisdigital.com/un/product2-731.shtml 7950 IceQx2 (10 mo warranty) (The warranty is a meh and it sucks a lot of power but the numbers off benchmarks are great. And cooling on this thing is amazing. I don't care about the noise it makes just as long as the cooler does its job.) Cheapest of the 3 would be the HIS 7950. Going up a tier to a 7970GE or a 680 would cost roughly $100USD more here. But I'll get one if you think it is worth it. I get my gear at this store. http://www.tipidpc.com/useritems.php?username=PCHub (scroll down to VGA section) My power supply could power any of them. I have a 750w FSP Aurum. Thank you!