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Lots of benches out there, mostly for beta though. Here's one for single Asus 280x http://www.hardwareheaven.com/reviews/1851/pg5/asus-radeon-r9-280x-directcu-ii-top-graphics-card-review-battlefield-4.html

65 avg at 1080p maximum. Min does drop below 60, to 55.

Thanks, I also went out and found some but I couldn't find any 280x crossfire benchmarks, there will probably be some when mantle is released for bf4.
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thinking on waiting for the 800 series by nvidia... not too sure yet
    
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They can't even get series 7 drivers right, so I wouldnt be in a rush to buy an 8 anytime soon lol
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They can't even get series 7 drivers right, so I wouldnt be in a rush to buy an 8 anytime soon lol

Apparently the 8 series is something to look forward too, new technologies or whatever.
    
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Is R9 280X Matrix more suited for overclocking than a Toxic? The quality of Matrix seems better than Toxic's.

Toxic has guranteed 1100 MHz, but i believe if your lucky with overclocking Matrix will take better advantage of it.
Edited by Rar4f - 11/12/13 at 4:06pm
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good way to test gigabyte 270x

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Hi there!

I'm about to buy an r9 280x video card but I don't know which one get, I think that the MSI is one of better one but can't find one at 250 euro.

So I'm thinking about the vapor-x or the asus directII standard ( 850 mhz, 1000 mhz in boost; this is the NON-TOP version ).
Which one of the 2 would suggest me? Expecially I would like to know which one has a better vrm situation.
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Hi there!

I'm about to buy an r9 280x video card but I don't know which one get, I think that the MSI is one of better one but can't find one at 250 euro.

So I'm thinking about the vapor-x or the asus directII standard ( 850 mhz, 1000 mhz in boost; this is the NON-TOP version ).
Which one of the 2 would suggest me? Expecially I would like to know which one has a better vrm situation.
Are you going to do moderate or extreme overclocking?
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Is R9 280X Matrix more suited for overclocking than a Toxic? The quality of Matrix seems better than Toxic's.

Toxic has guranteed 1100 MHz, but i believe if your lucky with overclocking Matrix will take better advantage of it.


On water maybe, but on air the most I can get out of my Matrix that's completely stable with everything I throw at it is 1220/7000mhz. I can get it to loop Valley at 1250, Heaven at 1240, and play Battlefield 4 all day at 1240, but modded to hell Skyrim and the Witcher 2 can only run at 1220. Your mileage may vary, as they say...

The Toxic boosts to 1150, and the Matrix to 1100, so you may have had those backwards by the way...

Personally if I could've found any Toxic's in stock at the time I would've went with one instead of a Matrix. The Matrix is a HUGE card, so make sure if you're eying it you remember that it takes up 3 whole pci slots...and crossfiring them will be a pain even IF you have the space...
     
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