( 4.7 Average / 13 Ratings )
This is a great card, got it for 186 euros. I originally planned on getting the GTX 960 but reviews showed the R9 380 was better and on top of that it was 40 euros cheaper. I give 4 stars because I know this GPU is based on old technology. Still though, plenty for my needs.
Amazing card for the money. Crushes PvZ Garden Warfare 2 (my favourite game right now) at high settings in excess of 90fps!
Great budget card compared to the GTX 960! Fans dont turn on until 60C and it can handle a dual monitor setup nicely. Bummed that Sapphire included a backplate shortly after I bought this, and the R9 380X came shortly after that.
My goal was to play at max settings on 1080p, that thing handle it very well.
Temperature is not as high as expected, 62celcius at full load.
Able to max out a lot of games at 1080p and still achieve good frame rates. The 4gb frame buffer helps on some games with high resolution textures.
Great card. At 9.3 inches, has no problems fitting into my case. If I went with a newer case, I probably went with a more higher end card, but this has handled everything I've thrown it so far and it stays pretty cool.
Great budget GPU. Solid 1080p performance.
Current date, I believe that the RX 480 and GTX 1060 are better options, but if this what you can afford, then there is nothing wrong with this card and I highly recommend it. It has a beautiful backplate that matches any color scheme. There are very few games this card can not handle at 1080p with ideal performance.
This is actually a 2GB version. Runs every game I want.
After a month playing games with it, I can confirm it's an awesome graphic card! So far, I played Mad Max, Dying Light, H1Z1 (KOTK) and Rust. All of them on max graphics and 60fps (Rust actually at 50fps).