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MSI - Radeon R7 370 4 GB Video Card

( 4.7 Average / 6 Ratings )




Part #

R7 370 GAMING 4G


Black / Red


PCI-Express x16


Radeon R7 370

Memory Size

4 GB

Memory Type


Core Clock

1.02 GHz

Boost Clock

1.07 GHz


110 W



SLI Support


CrossFire Support



258 mm / 10.157"

DVI-D Dual-Link


DVI-I Dual-Link






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Uchiha1989 6 points 39 months ago
from completed build 1080p budget gaming pc

Send to work like butter so far no issues with it hope it continues this way.

Uchiha1989 12 points 39 months ago
from completed build 1080p budget gaming pc

So far so good this card runs dying like butter.

kingroxg3 6 points 39 months ago
from completed build AMD Budget Beast(1st build)

for the price of 140$, this was a steal for me, but I wouldn't pay anything more than 150$ because then there are other options that may present more bang for your buck

blazerinc 16 points 39 months ago
from completed build First build after 6 years

MSI Radeon R7 370 4GB The game-plan with these was to start off with one and later upgrade to the CrossFire setup at a later date to dampen the blow to the bank. The one by itself was an awesome choice and for 150 (I got it on sale normally 180) and could run almost all games on ultra with SuperSampling turned off and some with other aliasing disabled or set to low which honestly for the price is quite jaw-dropping. I highly recommend the single card to any budget builder out there! Now onto the CrossFire portion. I had never done CrossFire or SLI before and was eager to experience something new. I was thoroughly impressed with their performance in compatible games. The keyword in the previous statement was compatible as not all games are compatible with CrossFire but when they are oh man are the results awesome! It took me from 30-45 FPS in Black Ops 3 on ultra to a steady 70-120 FPS on the same settings which is an awesome gain! But as I stated before it does not work in all games so prepare yourself for that if you are planning on doing a CrossFire setup. Overall it is a cool thing to experiment with and is deffinately cool if it's something you have never experienced but I would not recommend this as a cost effective solution as it does not work in all games and it would be better to go with a single 360 dollar card if that was affordable at the time.

Scadoosh118 4 points 36 months ago
from completed build Jacob's Portable Computer 2016

Lights up in red and white, but I can't talk about how it looks because I can't see it in my Mini-ITX case

TheMightyClem 27 points 35 months ago
from completed build HTPC/Living room game box.

Eats up every casual game I've thrown at it so far. Not planning on doing anything crazy with it so the smaller card is perfect for this build.