Sapphire most popular VGA manufacturer amongst overclockers

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Belgium Massman says:

I didn't expect Sapphire to be on top to be honest :)

United Kingdom r1ch says:

Pieter - a lot of results without manufacturer name, maybe should be renamed: "Sapphire most named graphics card on hwbot" ;)

Belgium Massman says:

Well, you can also look at it as "Overclockers most proud about Sapphire product at HWBOT" :-)

United Kingdom Margo Baggins says:

HIS fall under other? i would have thought they would be more popular, i always try to buy HIS cards, dunno why.

United Kingdom Margo Baggins says:

HIS fall under other? i would have thought they would be more popular, i always try to buy HIS cards, dunno why.

United Kingdom El Gappo says:

Well they have the best rma service in the UK and who kills the most graphics card? lol ________ Lovely Wendie99

Germany der8auer says:

Huh. Thought that MSI or ASUS would be first =)

Belgium Massman says:

@Margo: Yes, HIS falls under "other"

United States Chucklez says:

I agree with r1ch. That 21% could effect this chart a lot if people would put there cards manufacture.

France anvil says:

Can we have more information about those 21% of "others" ? What is the percentage of "undefined brand" ?

Belgium richba5tard says:

All those charts are available in rev3.5, which is due in 3 weeks. :)

kikicoco1334 says:

i am so wowing now! wow! not that game but like wow wow!

Canada mkultra says:

3 weeks how can we wait that long :D

Cote D metalop1g says:

I see this as.. the sexy rev

Belgium Massman says:

r1ch said: Pieter - a lot of results without manufacturer name, maybe should be renamed: "Sapphire most named graphics card on hwbot" ;)


I did the check how much results are not tagged with VGA manufacturer brand and turns out 1 out of 2 3D results submitted since 01/01/2010 have a vga manufacturer tagged. Not complete data, but not 'insufficient' either :)

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