AMD Radeon R9 270X 2GB GDDR5 PCIe
The Radeon R9 270X is a mainstream priced GPU supporting DirectX 11.2 along with AMD’s Mantle. It uses the 28nm design, packs 1280 SPU’s, 80 TAU’s and 32 ROP’s. Last but not least, the R9 270X comes with 2GB of RAM, though 4GB will be an option on some cards despite being pointless for this GPU.
Solid performance increase.
Never Settle game bundle included.
Software voltage control possible.
Native full-size HDMI and DisplayPort.
Up to four active outputs.
Worse price/performance than HD 7870 and HD 7850.
By TechSpot on October 08, 2013
Getting to the results we find that on average the Radeon R9 270X was 6% faster than the Radeon HD 7870, since its core is overclocked by 5% with 17% faster memory this makes sense. Compared to Nvidia’s offerings, the Radeon R9 270X faces the GeForce GTX 660 ($200), the R9 270X will be around $20 more than most GTX 660 cards.-
By PCMag on February 10, 2014
The AMD Radeon R9 270X is a great GPU for those who can't afford luxury models but want strong 1080p performance.80
By PCAdvisor on December 16, 2013
AMD's policy of retooling old hardware as new chips is paying dividends. The 280X is a hard card to beat at its price-point. The 270X, too, is a rather good card for the money, and not that far behind the 280X. Having said that, the latter does have a superior memory configuration...80
By AnandTech on November 13, 2013
The Radeon 200 series was a different kind of launch from AMD than anything we've seen from them before. The slow development of the next generation of manufacturing processes from fab partner TSMC has required both AMD and NVIDIA to get a bit...-
By Techgage on October 15, 2013
AMD's Radeon R9 270X is an interesting card, and quite the value @ its $200 price point. That value would be far more pronounced had NVIDIA not recently dropped the pricing on its GTX 660 series (which, of course, was to be expected). At this point...-
By TweakTown on October 11, 2013
If you're looking to spend around the $200 mark, it's fairly safe to say that this is more than likely what you are going to be looking at. The only other question we have now is what happens if you want to spend more? Well, keep an eye out for a review on the new Radeon R9 280X 3GB soon.94
By overclockers.com on October 08, 2013
Value and performance are the name of the game when it comes to the R9 270X, and it delivers on both fronts. Unfortunately for AMD, the Green Team managed to steal a little of their thunder by announcing price drops on a few of their offerings, which...-
By uk.hardware.info on October 08, 2013
Last week AMD unveiled its new series of graphics cards. We tested the first batch of new cards, consisting of the R7 260X, R9 270X and R9 280X. In this review you'll find all benchmark results, frametimes and – for the faster cards - EyeFinity...-
By HotHardware on October 08, 2013
A ton of AMD related news hit over the last couple of weeks, thanks in no small part to a multi-day event AMD held in Honolulu, Hawaii the company held to showcase all of its upcoming GPU technology. GPU14 Tech Day, as AMD called it, began with a...-
By Bit-tech.net on October 08, 2013
ex Tax)After what feels like a very long wait, AMD's new Volcanic Islands graphics cards are finally here... sort of. Although AMD unveiled a full lineup of 10 days ago, the top of the range Radeon R9 290X and R9 290 are sadly yet to arrive, and...72