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I must be lucky with EVGA products

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2020/01/12 05:11:51 (permalink)
My first EVGA video card I bought was a GTX 970 and right now I own a RTX 2080Ti ultra and I have never ever had any trouble with any of them so it puzzles me how many people here having issues with there video cards  
 
PS: I own a EVGA motherboard and a power supply as well with no issues....
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    Re: I must be lucky with EVGA products 2020/01/12 07:25:51 (permalink)
    Thats because if you have negative experience - you want share it and also search for sollution. But if there is no troubles at all - why you would write anything here?
    Here a little example: how many people will go to forum if they just recieved RMA card and it is DOA? I think most of them. How many people will go to forum if they just recieved RMA card and it works perfectly fine? How many people will go to forum if they just bought card and it works perfect as intended?
     
    I have 2080ti hybrid and this is my first evga card. It works perfect and the only trouble with it is loud pump. But I knew about it because I searched user comments about this card before I bought it and most of them mentioned this problem and possible sollutions. Did I wrote something here that my card running perfectly good? :) No. But I wrote a post how to fix that problem and connect pump to motherboard. I tried to find the sollution from chrome artefacts here (totally chrome issue and fixed by removing everything that looks like chrome and reinstall it). I tried to find sollution why my card don't drop clocks at idle. But never wrote something like "hey guys, hybrid is a perfect card!" :) Because this forum is place where you can solve your problems - not just say "hello, I am evga fan!" :)
     

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    Re: I must be lucky with EVGA products 2020/01/12 07:55:52 (permalink)
    AFAIK EVGA is Nvidia's largest board partner.  So clearly they are selling a ton of cards.  Their PSU's are pretty popular too.  Obviously people come here for troubleshooting and setup advice, every manufacturer will have trending issues with their products that they need to address.  Partial paste coverage and noisy pump seem to be an issue.
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    Re: I must be lucky with EVGA products 2020/01/12 08:25:51 (permalink)
    There are a very large amount of EVGA NVIDIA graphics card users around the world. Most any negative comments you see on this forum are from those select few who happen to get a faulty card or another issue. So you don't hear from the huge amount of people that are happy and gaming with no issues. 
     
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    Re: I must be lucky with EVGA products 2020/01/13 08:55:04 (permalink)
    Mopardart
    My first EVGA video card I bought was a GTX 970 and right now I own a RTX 2080Ti ultra and I have never ever had any trouble with any of them so it puzzles me how many people here having issues with there video cards  
     
    PS: I own a EVGA motherboard and a power supply as well with no issues....



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    Re: I must be lucky with EVGA products 2020/01/13 10:22:22 (permalink)
    I've been mostly lucky too.  ~ 85% no problems.
     
    But when I have had issues, I got fixed up really well. 

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    Re: I must be lucky with EVGA products 2020/01/13 10:40:07 (permalink)
    Rarely do I have issues....but I have had a couple...and eVGA has always been there to help me out...which is why I've been with them as long as I have been..
     
    I will continue to be with them until they give me a reason not to be...
     

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    Re: I must be lucky with EVGA products 2020/01/13 11:25:45 (permalink)
    In the eleven years I have dealt with EVGA, I only had ONE issue.  A bad flash of a motherboard bios nuked the motherboard (X58) and they replaced the board in a "Flash" Pun intended.  Other than that, I have owned close to a dozen products and all were GREAT (X58 included).

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    Re: I must be lucky with EVGA products 2020/01/13 13:05:18 (permalink)
    I've had issues and Evga has always stepped up and went above and beyond to help me. Be it with my titan x maxwell to my PSU my girlfriend cooked btw never sent it in, her fault I just purchased a bronze 600w instead of the 500w i had. And when i have good success after the fact i share it.

    Do I tell people yeah, but I also say if you have a problem, there going to fix the problem.
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    Re: I must be lucky with EVGA products 2020/01/14 05:50:22 (permalink)
    Mopardart
    My first EVGA video card I bought was a GTX 970 and right now I own a RTX 2080Ti ultra and I have never ever had any trouble with any of them so it puzzles me how many people here having issues with there video cards  
     
    PS: I own a EVGA motherboard and a power supply as well with no issues....



    You have a small sample size.  Basically owning 3 EVGA products over several years period is statistically insignificant. 
     
    I've owned and used more than 15 EVGA products between my own PCs and PCs I've built for family members and friends and my sample size of 15 is probably still statistically insifigany. 
     
    I'd had to do a RMA several times. My oldest registered EVGA product is still working, a 512MB 8800GT.  Overall, my experience has been good when I needed to use the Warranty/RMA.
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    Re: I must be lucky with EVGA products 2020/01/15 03:43:45 (permalink)
    I've owned eVGA products since ..well...the eVGA Geforce 2 GTS ....a long time ago..and
    many cards in between..and some power supplies.
     
    Never really had an issue that wasn't resolved almost immediately.
     
    The only thing I don't like about todays eVGA is the removal of the lifetime warranty....don't like it..understand it.
     
     

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    Re: I must be lucky with EVGA products 2020/01/15 07:31:33 (permalink)
    transdogmifier
    I've owned eVGA products since ..well...the eVGA Geforce 2 GTS ....a long time ago..and
    many cards in between..and some power supplies.
     
    Never really had an issue that wasn't resolved almost immediately.
     
    The only thing I don't like about todays eVGA is the removal of the lifetime warranty....don't like it..understand it.
     
     




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