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PowerColor Radeon R9 380X PCS+ Myst Edition 4GB GRRD5 PCIe

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By Kitguru.net on 80

The Powercolor PCS+ R9 380X Myst Edition is the third R9 380x we have reviewed since the AMD launch last month and it hits a sweet spot just under £200 – available right now from Overclockers UK for £194.99 inc vat.Nvidia's ‘GTX960 Ti' challenger has...

By thegametechnician.com on

This card certainly proves itself for 1080p gaming providing above 60fps in most titles and even puts in a solid performance at 1440p whilst keeping the temps and the noise levels down.The only fault i can honestly find here is the packaging, I feel as...

By gamersnexus.net on

Our R9 380X initial review had us stating that we felt confident in recommending AMD's newest card, based upon performance metrics vs. the GTX 960 and improved driver support. That hasn't changed, and at this time, the PowerColor PCS+ R9 380X Myst...

By Guru of 3D on

When you look at the Radeon R9 380X overall, performance, Eyefinity features, PCIe gen 3 compatibility and all other stuff then we can only conclude that, though we like these cards, they belong in the mainstream to even a bit of the high-end (but...

By proclockers.com on

The PowerColor PCS+ R9 380X Myst Edition is pretty much everything I thought it would be. In typical fashion, PowerColor's PCS+ cooler was more than capable of keep the card cool and quiet. The backplate is a nice addition, polishing the cosmetics and...

By Overclockers Club on

PowerColor usually puts its spin on each of the custom products it produces. The PCS+ R9 380X Myst is no different in that regard. You get a custom build that ensures you get a card that performs, as well as one that should last for quite a while. You...

International Review By pcmasters.de on 88

Zwar erhalten wir mit der R9 380x von AMD lediglich eine etwas höhere Ausbaustufe der R9 285x eben mit Tonga XT statt Pro Chip, doch sprechen die Resultate hier für sich und auch für die 380x, die eine deutliche Sprache spricht was den Vorgänger angeht....