I'm running a pair of heavily OC'd Sapphire 4GB R9 290's.
same here, and a "lowly" 1gb version at that. but, it's overclocked pretty hard with the gpu@1050 and ram@ 5100. it's an Asus, and I didn't have to tinker with anything more than a couple sliders in gpu tweak, and it's solid as a rock. Sure I'd like more, but I have no problems. I run one monitor and it gets it done.Radeon 7850.
Handles Divinity Original Sin, Civ 5, and Starcraft flawlessly.
Yeah that's why I switched 4 years ago. Was it an EVGA card? - because in my experience they are incredibly unreliable..Intel graphics, just sent my video card in for repair. Kinda regretting getting a Nvidia now. The control panel is nothing compared to AMDs and the drivers are annoying.
I had this card up until recently and swapped it out for x2 GTX 970s and very happy with the results even though it's probably a bit of a step down in some ways. Selling it paid for 1 of the 970s. My main reason for doing so was the fact that it didn't really have enough memory to handle games with high res textures.GTX690 running 2K display with max setting
Not sure if I should upgrade to the latest cards, is it really worth as this card still doing great on all the games I throw at it withis max setting. ........