Forsa Graphic cards


I was looking for better priced 7950 or 680
when i saw this brand of flipkart

Graphic Cards Price List India: Computer Components:

card prices are good
but i couldnt find any more details about company and its rma services and so on

anyone with forsa products or its info
tell me is it worth buying high end gfx of forsa or shld i stick to best brands sapphire or asus :mrgreen:


BMG ftw!!
^^ Don't see prices at flipakrt.
Local prices are much lesser than the price quoted in flipkart.


hehe yes i will buy locally ........ prime abgb mostly
Just curious how is forsa doing..............


BMG ftw!!
^^ If your question is about forsa as brand, I would suggest you to avoid it. Bad brand to buy graphics card from.


Gaming Unlimited
Forsa used to be a OEM for long time and has entered market recently. Even though reviews aren't available, doesn't mean it should be avoided. Though it's a new company in consumer market you wouldn't like to Risk 30k on not-so-popular brand ( lack of awareness, marketing, ads, promotion etc), but still someone has to TRY it and aware others. Every new competitor need some time to hold their ground in this graphic market.


have some reads:
Forsa NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 1 GB DDR5 Graphics Card Review by Jishnu Janardhanan |


You can buy high end graphics cards from Forsa, because most high end cards are made to strict quality standards from NVIDIA and have complex designs that cannot be easily modified. As a result, the worst you can get is NVIDIA's reference design which is not bad to begin with.

For mid-range and low end, be careful: Forsa hasn't been known to be a top quality brand. They skimp on capacitors, VRM circuitry and sometimes change the specifications (clock speeds) on the models without notice. If you want a cheaper graphics card, I recommend you go for Palit or Sparkle.

When looking at an NVIDIA graphics card, you might want to look at this channel partners page:

NVIDIA Authorized Board Partners

The brands listed here are Tier 1 brands, they have the closest relationship with NVIDIA and are able to get boards out faster as well as (to an extent) preference when selecting chips for making OC edition products.

Note that the following partners are NVIDIA Authorized Board Partners for Europe and Asia, but not for North America (thus they are not mentioned in the above page):

Gainward (same company as Palit)
Point Of View

These are Tier 2 brands. They are still good value for money but they will probably have delays getting an OC version card out, or in launching a new card on release day (though Palit seems to be on the ball pretty well, some of their cards have less than stellar OCing performance).

Any brand not in Tier 1 or Tier 2 are not unauthorized or illegal, but they are basically 3rd party designed and sold products, and thus the long-term support for such cards will be minimal at best. However, sometimes you'll still find a decent deal amongst these Tier 3 brands (e.g. ECS, Biostar graphics cards). You will rarely see overclocked versions, or fancy coolers on these brands.

d6bmg said:
Local prices are much lesser than the price quoted in flipkart.

Here in Mumbai I wouldn't say MUCH lesser but yes, lesser.

Also of note: Most (if not all) Tier 1 brands use very high quality capacitors, usually Japanese in their graphics cards, as well as using a better PCB design (i.e. more VRM phases, etc.) when using a non-reference PCB. Tier 2 brands may or may not use Japanese capacitors, however the capacitors are still in the "not bad" range. Non-reference PCBs may cut back on certain features like voltage control, SLI connectors or (rarely) VRM phases. These cards also sometimes skimp on the cooling, though in general they prefer to stick to something close to NVIDIA's reference cooler and PCB.

I have never used a Tier 3 brand in my life, so I'd not know anything about their quality. The information here is not definitive and based on my experience of using NVIDIA cards of different brands over the years.
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