[SOLVED] 2070 super Aftermarket cards - Need advice

anon7mous

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I can't seem to find a good overview or a recommendation. I'm looking for a reliable card with decent thermals and noise, basically good build quality. I don't mind dishing out a bit more to get a good card. Decent warranty and customer support is also something I appreciate

I did some research and I'm thinking between these cards:

  1. MSI 2070 Super Armor
  2. Zotac 2070 Super AMP! Extreme
  3. Zotac 2070 Super Twin Fan
  4. Palit 2070 Super Jetstream
I'm buying here: https://www.idealo.de/preisvergleich/ProductCategory/16073F1263426.html?qd=2070+super

Which one would you recommend?
 

Mezoxin

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I would focus more on the card with longest warranty and best customer support as nvidia seems to have a problem with their QC in their last RTX gen , you can see the user reviews are torn between 5 star reviews and 1 star reviews from users whome their cards experienced artifacts after a period ranging from few days to few months .
Brands like EVGA i have heard have the best customer support in the states i dont know how its like in your country
 

Mezoxin

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I would focus more on the card with longest warranty and best customer support as nvidia seems to have a problem with their QC in their last RTX gen , you can see the user reviews are torn between 5 star reviews and 1 star reviews from users whome their cards experienced artifacts after a period ranging from few days to few months .
Brands like EVGA i have heard have the best customer support in the states i dont know how its like in your country
 

anon7mous

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I would focus more on the card with longest warranty and best customer support as nvidia seems to have a problem with their QC in their last RTX gen , you can see the user reviews are torn between 5 star reviews and 1 star reviews from users whome their cards experienced artifacts after a period ranging from few days to few months .
Brands like EVGA i have heard have the best customer support in the states i dont know how its like in your country
To be honest I don't know either. If I buy the card from a certified distributor on eBay I doubt I'll ever get in contact with the manufacturer. I would like to get a card with good build quality. 1-2% more or less doesn't mean much to me.
 

Mezoxin

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Sadly the last gens QC issues werent specefic to a certain manufacterer , all the cards had a relatively higher than normal percent of the same reliability issues , so again i'd prefer checking with pc communities in your country to ask which of your local dealers provide the best warrranty services
 

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