XFX, one of the leading video card makers of NVidia GPUs, has teamed up with AVADirect. AVADirect is a registered reseller and integrator for this company. We buy our XFX products directly from the manufacturer and we pass on the savings to our customers.
"XFX dares to go where the competition would like to, but can't. That's because, at XFX, we don't just create great digital video components--we build all-out, mind-blowing, performance crushing, competition-obliterating video cards and motherboards. Oh, and not only are they amazing, you don't have to live on dry noodles and peanut butter to afford them."
As of recent, AVADirect has become an official XFX system integrator along with our achieved reseller status. We use XFX products in many of the system we build in our facility. They are well known for their unique design regarding the method of airflow used to cool specific graphics card models. XFX was one of the first graphics card manufacturer to remove the plastic shroud design involving passive airflow and creating a more robust heatsink and fan solution to go above an beyond the normal cooling measures. Within the past year XFX has made the decision to manufacturer only ATI based graphics cards to shift their focus on a single developer. At first, many Nvidia enthusiasts were sad but XFX gained the trust of loyal Nvidia customers to try the other side of the spectrum by using ATI HD graphics cards. We are excited to have partners with XFX further and look forward to future designs they bring to the market.
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