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Sapphire Radeon R9 290X 4GB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card Battle Field 4 Game Edition 21226-00-50G Reviews

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2 in Crossfire 3D Mark 11 Score P15k+ stock! P9500 with single card

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Pros: Very fast and powerful card/cards. no crossfire connectors, black red ATI color scheme looks good IMHO

Cons: After these things have been running for a while they get very hot, when they do with both fans running at 100% they rival my DELTA QFR fans... lol

I wanted to make an upgrade recently. When I purchased these they were going for about 600-700 retail. A bit much for a budget computer enthusiast. I was able to find some that were lightly used on ebay. For the budget happy price of $650 I was able to pick up 2! These cards are the largest cards I have ever owned and have some substantial weight to them. I upgraded from 2 Sapphire HD 7950's in crossfire and my 3d mark score went up over p2500. As other reviewers have mentioned they get hot and loud in crossfire and it is a future plan of mine to get them under water using a full coverage water block. Gaming on my 1080p 120hz 60" Sharp TV I am certain that for the next few years I'll...
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