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- Gainward 8800 or Leadtek 8800
June 15, 2007, 3:22 pm
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Re: Gainward 8800 or Leadtek 8800
If the products are listed on Newegg.com, every product has some
customer reviews. Sometimes the reviews aren't very thorough
or meaningful, but other times, if a product is really bad,
like a lot of hardware failures, you can find out right away
from those reviews. Or if the fan is noisy, there'd be lots of
When you're spending a lot for a video card, the warranty makes
a difference. Some companies have excellent warranty service,
while others actually make it hard to get in touch with them
(Diamond). So review the feedback people have to offer on
what it takes to get warranty service, as part of your selection.
Maybe one card is cheaper than another, because there is no
Also, when buying some of the new video cards, check out the
dimensions of the card. There are some cards that I would have
trouble fitting into my computer case, so I cannot buy them.
Make sure the thing is going to fit, unless you plan on
buying a new case as well.
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