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Comparison between GPU 980Ti

I am planing to buy a new GPU (for my gaming rig) I have decided to go for a 980Ti but there Are too many options which one should I buy this is my shortlist (also suggest others if needed)
Asus Strix 980Ti
MSI geforce 980Ti (twin frost)
Gigabyte geforce 980Ti(any of the three gaming g1/windforce 3 /extreme gaming ...also what is the difference)
Gainwind gtx 980ti

The difference between cheapest (gainwind )and most expensive (gigabyte extreme gaming) is INR 12000($200)
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  1. Update market price difference is about 5000($80) the above mentioned us via Amazon
  2. They all seem to be pretty good, though I wouldn't pay a premium for what's likely a small performance increase (over what you can achieve via manual overclocking).

    *I'll do a bit more checking but the Gigabyte G1 is a good place to start. I think the Extreme is a newer, more expensive model but I'll post this and get back to you.
  3. http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gigabyte-980ti-xtreme-gaming-windforce,4391.html

    I guess that's the NEWEST model. Where I checked at pcpartpicker (USA) you can find the "windforce 3X" for $600, with the extreme about $675.

    ASUS Strix:
    Nice card overall, however there are quieter models. Gigabyte's are very quiet:
    https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/GTX_980_Ti_STRIX_Gaming/

    Here's a video showing the Gigabyte G1 noise (don't have a comparison to Asus Strix or others); skip to 7min mark for noise comparison:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2-gCXscH04

    Summary:
    I don't think you can go wrong, but you'll have to decide based on aesthetics, budget and noise (and possibly size).

    Look up reviews for each card, but if budget is no issue I might consider the Gigabyte Extreme first, G1 second.
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    I looked a t a number of them before getting the Strixx and love it, that would be my choice here ;)
  5. photonboy said:
    They all seem to be pretty good, though I wouldn't pay a premium for what's likely a small performance increase (over what you can achieve via manual overclocking).

    *I'll do a bit more checking but the Gigabyte G1 is a good place to start. I think the Extreme is a newer, more expensive model but I'll post this and get back to you.

    Honestly I can't see any difference between the offers from gigabyte but in aesthetics all have the same over clock and everything
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