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    Quote Originally Posted by The__tweaker
    Obviously as you keep on doing em' wherever you go..

    I'll just let the irony sink in...

    As for the Sapphire cards, they're great. They have very good performance, overclocking, and bundles. If you can't get an HIS, then go with a Sapphire.
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    um...if you can't get a HIS get a sapphire? I think that he can get a HIS, i rather put it like, "if you can't get a Sapphire get a HIS"
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    Ditto. Sapphire's are just really good cards: great bundles, good quality, high o/cing capability. I've worked with a few and wow, they're nice. I'd def get a Sapphire over an HIS. : peace2: Mista K6
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    Yes, but it seems he's pretty much bent on getting an HIS card. I doubt he's going to be disappointed with it, especially if he wants to overclock. Of course, the Sapphire is better overall, but hey, he wants an HIS, and I doubt we're going to stop him from doing that.

    Not like it really makes any difference at all in the long run. :rolleyes:
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    What makes you guys think that Sapphires are better than this new HIS?? I personally found this HIS to be the best competitor to the XT. I think that Sapphire is pretty dependable, but nothing too special, where as the HIS has the great cooling system, and is very unique in performance, and cooling.

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    How about all the people routing for Sapphire give me some links to some great reviews and becnhmarks of this card, and then I can prove myself wrong. Because personally, I find Sapphire to be very average at best.:wow:

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    Well, then its settled. :rolleyes2
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    Many reviews can be found right here.

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