Radeon R7 370
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- 313 points
- 37 months ago
from completed build Rainbow Meme Machine BETA
I don't know if this review will hold much salt as I am mostly a league of legends player but this graphics card is pretty friggin good. I'm getting fps in the mid hundreds on maxed out settings on league, and when the beta came out for overwatch on the 5th I was getting decent on high settings. I'm only getting into pc gaming just now because the build this graphics card is in is the first pc I've ever built and the first pc that could run anything more graphics intensive than minesweeper (exaggerating a little haha). Also I'm not very savvy when it comes to overclocking but a monkey could overclock this thanks to OC GURU, So I was very thankful for that.
I just want to give a heads up to other potential novice buyers, don't believe pcpartpicker when it says this is freesync compatible. It's not, which is disappointing considering I spent $250 on a freesync capable monitor.
- 17 points
- 41 months ago
from completed build Wady's Build
im giving this 5 stars just for the look on my friends face when we turned on his new comp and booted up a game, it was running at a stable 1080p 60fps compared to like 600p 2fps on the old comp with a Pentium and integrated graphics. to say the least he was going crazy.
- 3 points
- 37 months ago
from completed build 1st Build - 12/17/15
The R7 370 is a very good GPU for those on a budget, when paired with the right CPU, you should have no problem pushing 60fps @ 1080p with medium to high settings.
As for this particular one made by Gigabyte, it does run a bit on the hotter side as compared to what Sapphire and XFX have, but none the less, this card is still great.
- 1 point
- 15 months ago
from completed build Casual 4T
With Gigabyte only the Aorus series GPUs are good. Everything else from them, including this card, is mediocre.
Very bad VRMs.
It only has a 6-pin power connector, but it draws 150W at max load, so it actually needs an 8-pin power connector.
The above two lead to constant crashing and screen blackouts if you don't underclock and undervolt it.