XFX Radeon R9 380X Double Dissipation Black Edition 4GB GDDR5 PCIe



XFX Radeon R9 380X Double Dissipation Black Edition 4GB GDDR5 PCIe

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By Play3r on 62

When AMD launched their latest R9 300 series cards, they did come under a little bit of flack as they were/are essentially R9 200 series rebrands; not that NVIDIA haven't done the same with a lot of their cards, but still, people aren't stupid and they...

By HardwareHeaven on 80

Starting as we always do with build quality and design the XFX card does pretty much everything right. It would be nice to have them use a metal heatsink cover or maybe add an LED here or there but all the key aspects are done well. Two low noise fans,...

By Neoseeker on

With the Radeon R9 380X, AMD brings to the table a refined GCN 1.2 GPU that shows great performance and offers a rich feature set. Designed to offer great gaming performance at full HD resolutions and even 1440p, this new revision of the Tonga GPU comes...

By eTeknix on

Price We don't currently know how much the XFX R9 380X is going to retail for, but the MSRP for the reference models is £185 (£229) and OC models start at around £190 ($239). Once the products go live we will update this article with more accurate...

By Gadgets360 on 60

AMD has problems in India with the pricing and availability of graphics cards. Higher-end models are hard to come by, and pricing is way out of sync with international standards. Even when the company makes manoeuvers to counter Nvidia's strong...

By hardwarezone.com.my on 85

So, is AMD's new R9 380X any better then the R9 380? Not entirely. Yes, the benchmarks do show us that the card is statistically better in a majority of titles, but the difference in performance between the two cards isn't exactly like Heaven and Earth....

International Review By CowcotLand on

Au terme de cet article, un constat s'impose, la réutilisation d'un GPU n'a pas que des mauvais côtés. Le GPU Tonga n'a clairement rien de nouveau, toutefois, il remplit à merveille son rôle et AMD nous livre ici une carte milieu de gamme gamer...

International Review By tecnogeekies.com on

Hoy en Tecnogeekies analizaremos la gráfica de AMD, la XFX Radeon R9 380X  una gráfica de media gama con la que podrás jugar a 1080p en Alto 60 fpsINTRODUCCIÓNLa compañía estadounidense AMD dedicada al mundo de la tecnología especializándose en...

International Review By Planet 3DNow! on

Mit der XFX Radeon R9 380X DD Black Edition OC haben wir uns eine Grafikkarte für einen Test ins Haus geholt, die eine ganze Ecke schneller ist als das, was wir zuletzt betrachtet haben. AMD ordnet die hierbei verwendete GPU mit 2.048 Streamprozessoren...

International Review By 59Hardware on

Sa gravure en 28nm, ses 2048 Shaders et ses 32 ROPs ne tromperont personne, il s'agit bien d'une R9 280X voyant sa mémoire passer de 3GB à 4GB sur un bus de 256 Bits.Le R9 380X est cadencé de base à 970MHz mais notre version de test produite par XFX est...

International Review By TweakPC on

Und wieder hat sich eine weitere Karte zur Runde der Radeon 300 Modelle hinzugesellt. Die Radeon R9 380X soll die Lücke zwischen der Radeon R9 380 und der R9 390 schließen. So richtig gelingen will das auf den ersten Blick nicht, denn während die Radeon...