Sapphire R9 290X Tri-X: The best has a price, and is high • HWzone
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Sapphire R9 290X Tri-X: The best has a price, and is high

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  • Processor: Intel i7 4770K 3.5Ghz @ 4.2Ghz
  • Motherboard: Asus Maximus VI LGA1150
  • Memory: Patriot Intel Masters 2X8GB 1866Mhz
  • Case: Lian-Li T60 Testbench
  • CPU Cooling: Noctua NH-D14 1X140MM
  • storage: Sandisk 240GB SSD
  • Power Supply: Corsair HX-Series 1050W
The video cards participating in this review
In the games, the graphics cards were examined in two different settings. One is the resolution 1680X1050 unfiltered AA. For example,Battlefield 3 Settings High And no Ultra . The heavier set of settings is done at a resolution 1920X1200 In maximum display settings and with a filter AAX4 If specified. Let's start with the synthetic performance tests 11, 2013 and Unigine Valley.


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  1. Price abroad is almost half. The importer is flying at us.
    Most of us Israelis are "no suckers".

  2. Responds to 2
    You're totally wrong, this is Maxwell's 28nm
    Neglect the manufacturing method because of the difficulty of the factories producing enough quantities of 20nm (if any) Please log in to Google before you blurt out nonsense.

  3. Lol spire "best" .. We will wait for GTX 880
    Spire is far from the best
    Like a dog is far from a cat ..
    But this is just my sad experience with them.

  4. How exactly is 4GB this advantage over 3GB?
    Dry data cannot be an advantage or disadvantage to either party. It's like saying the iPhone 5S is disadvantageous compared to the Galaxy S5 because it has "only" a processor with 2 cores and the Galaxy has 4 cores. But the fact is that in performance they are equal.

    Same thing here.
    The fact that the GTX780 TI bypasses the 290X a bit even though it has less memory. It is also less noisy, less warm and requires less electricity.

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