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Radeon R9 380
Effective Memory Clock
Expansion Slot Width
1 PCIe 8-pin
- 22 points
- 58 months ago
from completed build The Cosmic Cube
Amazing card for both 1080p and 1440p gaming. Spending anymore on a card for 1080p is just asinine. Don't brag about your 144hz 1080p monitor and gtx 980 ti because that's just cringe worthy. Who cares about 100+fps when you have very little pixels and the game doesn't even hinge itself on a single frame killing you or not. Unless the game is DOTA, LoL, CS, and the like then it's not very beneficial other than massaging your ego and wasting money on the most average of resolutions. This card can do anything you want it to at any resolution. People are just too proud to turn one setting down that barely changes anything. This fits my NEEDS not my epeen.
- 17 points
- 53 months ago
from completed build Ghostwheel v.2
Performance has been excellent, and certainly for the price. Very happy with this.
- 11 points
- 49 months ago
from completed build Second Build (Friends first PC)
Great card all around, performance is there in heaps. Quite fans and pretty cool under load. Led logo and fan indicators are a nice bonus, plus the back plate!
- 6 points
- 54 months ago
from completed build The Aether
For 1080p, you need a 1080p card that can play 1440p as well. Overclocking this thing was amazing and I was able to achieve 1170 but 1159 is the best with 75mv. This at stock vs. the r9 380x is almost negligible(too bad so sad for the people hoping for something to come close to the 970). Maxes every game out within reason and stays quiet(except for the time I ran Metro LL benchmark for 3 hours accidentally).
- 6 points
- 53 months ago
from completed build First Build - The Bob (Big Orange Box)
Mid-range build for light gaming, and this card is perfect for it. Not even pushing the card running 2 crap monitors that were free from work. Graphics look great though on both monitors and my TV. Overall great card for the price. Very quiet too. Only knock would be the fans are spinning more often than I think they should.
- 6 points
- 41 months ago
from completed build Price to Performance Powerhouse!
Also got this for a steal, can't complain for the price I paid for it!
- 5 points
- 46 months ago
from completed build Little Wyvern
Not my first choice for a GPU since I always buy Asus graphics cards before, but this one is an exception. The blue led font on the side is an added bonus and it performs quite well for 1080p gaming.
- 4 points
- 7 months ago
from completed build Bunker
Assassins Creed Odyssey played fine on this. Though it couldn't handle the war scenes in the highest graphics settings. So I had to turn off the anti-aliasing and reduce the resolution. Overall, a decent budget card for most games. But for high-end 3D games, I would recommend not less than 8 Gigs.
- 1 point
- 13 months ago
from completed build The Blue Dissapointment
Very good budget card in 2019. Can play most games at 60fps even at high or max settings. (Things like Sea of Thieves, Smite. or Black wake. Temps under load usually are fine at around 68c. I recommend setting up a custom fan curve as this thing on the highest fan setting gets pretty loud. I usually have the fans at 55% where they are silent.