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XFX Double Dissipation R9-290X-EDFD Radeon R9 290X 4GB 512-Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card

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  • 4GB 512-Bit GDDR5
  • PCI Express 3.0 x16
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  • 2816 Stream Processors
  • 1000MHz Core Clock
  • 4GB 512-Bit GDDR5
  • 5000 MHz Effective Memory Clock
  • PCI Express 3.0

For gamers who demand the very best, AMD Radeon R9 290X graphics shatters ordinary GPU performance. Groundbreaking GCN Architecture pushes your performance to insane levels while AMD TrueAudio technology and ultra-resolution gaming take you even deeper into the action.


XFX Ghost Thermal 2.0 Technology

The New and Improved Floating Heatsink Design of XFX Graphics Cards Provides the Ultimate Cooling Solution

XFX's exclusive ghost thermal 2.0 design creates a floating heatsink with open airflow between the PCB and the cover so that air can quickly ventilate off the card while simultaneously cooling the core process and the components. We've also made major advances from our first generation which includes a heat tested light weight plastic to create an overall lighter thermal which reduces the physical strain on your GPU.


Up to 13db Quieter and 45°F (7°C) Cooler Than Our Competitors

The Exclusive XFX Double Dissipation Design is Cooler and Quieter than Others

XFX's exclusive dual fan double dissipation design utilizes two larger fans which run at slower RPM than comparable single fan solutions which must run at much higher RPMs just to barely achieve the same cooling needs. Because of this design, XFX is able to achieve up to 13db lower noise than the competitor while simultaneously increasing the overall cooling by 45°F (7°C).


4GB Memory

Enhance Your Gaming Experience and Drastically Improve Your Gaming Graphics

Video Memory improves you gaming experience by storing more 3D vector data, textures, overlays, GPU programs which allows for faster load times, sharper graphics and higher resolutions.


4K Ready Ultra Resolution Gaming

Experience Resolutions up to Four Times Higher than HD and See Everything Your Opponent Throws at You — Without Sacrificing a Single Detail

With Ultra Resolution Gaming you can leave HD in the dust by gaming on displays much, much larger. Whether using a 4K monitor or combining multiple HD monitors, you'll get an expansive experience that's truly out of sight.


AMD Graphics Core Next (GCN) Architecture & 32-Bit Ultrawide Bandwidth

Primed to Enable Astonishing Performance and Breathtaking Image Quality, Making it a Top Choice for Gamers who Expect the Best

Designed to push not only the boundaries of DirectX® 11 gaming, the GCN Architecture is also AMD's first design specifically engineered for general computing. Representing the cutting edge of AMD's graphics expertise, GCN GPUs are more than capable of handling workloads-and programming languages-traditionally exclusive to the main processor. Coupled with the dramatic rise of GPU-aware programming languages like C++ AMP and OpenCL™, the GCN Architecture is the right architecture at the right time.


AMD Power Tune 2.0 Smart Performance Tuning

Fixed Clocks Speeds are a Thing of the Past – Power Tune Dynamic Performance Scaling Determines the Best Clock Speed in Real Time

AMD PowerTune technology is a significant leap forward to better ensure that performance is optimized for TDP-constrained GPUs. AMD PowerTune technology helps deliver higher performance that is optimized to the thermal limits of the GPU by dynamically adjusting the clock during runtime based on an internally calculated GPU power assessment. AMD PowerTune technology can dynamically adjust the performance profile in real time to fit within the TDP envelope.


True Visual Stereoscopic HD3D Ready

The Third Dimension is Here, Thanks to AMD

AMD HD3D Technology is supported by an advanced and open ecosystem that, in conjunction with specific AMD hardware and software technologies, enables 3D display capabilities for many PC applications and experiences.


AMD Eyefinity 6 Display Technology

Multidisplay Technology for Gaming, Productivity and Entertainment

We are taking you beyond the boundaries of traditional PC displays. XFX Multi Display technology expands the traditional limits of desktop computing by multiplying your screen area. With multiple monitors, games become more immersive, workstations become more useful and you become more productive (an average of 42% more productive according to one study).


XFX Duratec Professional Grade Components

XFX Graphics Cards are Made from the Highest Quality Components to Maximize Your Performance

When it comes to keeping your graphics card cool, we don't miss any details. Our high quality components which may include the capacitors, ferrite cores, mosfet, fans, brackets and PCB material are built to last in addition to providing you with better performance and increased lifespan for your product.


AMD Dual Graphics Ready

AMD Discrete Graphics Cards when Paired with AMD APU-Based Motherboards Give You an Extra Boost in Graphics Performance

Get the power of two when you purchase an AMD A-Series Accelerated Processor (APU) based PC with an AMD Radeon™ DirectX® 11.2-capable discrete graphics card. Only AMD Radeon™ Dual Graphics combines two powerful Radeon™ DirectX 11.2-enabled graphics processors to provide the ultimate gaming performance boost when you need it.


Improved Multi Sample Anti-Aliasing MSAA Technology

Smooth Lines is the Difference Between Itty-Bitty Low-Quality Graphics Versus Smooth Realistic Graphics

MSAA smooths out the jagged edges of a curved object. A black curved line on a white background displayed on a computer screen will have some jaggedness along its edges due to the inherent limitations of using discrete pixels to display the image. Anti-aliasing smooths out this jaggedness by filling in the white spaces between the jagged edges with varying shades of gray which gives you the smooth soft shadows, crisp sharp lines of buildings, and crisp tiny details in clothing that make your experience truly realistic.


Bullet Physics Engine Technology

Get the Most Out of Your Gaming Experience with Real 3D Physics

Take advantage of the 3D Physics capabilities of some of today's newest titles which include completely destructable objects, walls and buildings collapsing from gun fire, real particle effects such as fire that react to the environment and realistic details such as moving hair, water and much more.


Compatible with the Newest Direct X Technology

Meets the Standards of the Newest Games with the Latest Direct X Driver Compatibility

With every new generation of Direct X, major improvements are made which greatly advance the graphics capabilities of games. That's why it is essential to ensure that you are using a graphics card with the newest Direct X driver compatibility so that you'll get the most out of your gaming experience. See the difference for yourself.


Six-Times the Tesselation Technology

The Details of Tesselation Make the Difference Between a Flat, Dull Surface and a Realistic, Bumpy Surface

XFX Graphics cards offer the highest tesselation capabilities while still maintaining the higest performance. We don't sacrifice one for the other so you can expect to get the riches detail in your games without slowing down your gaming experience. See bumpy roads, textured fabrics and realistic rippling waters with high tesselated graphics from XFX.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): Lifetime
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): Lifetime

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  • Scott P.
  • 10/23/2014 7:32:47 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsThis card is lovely

Pros: I have been told that this card would give a 36% improvement over a 7970 Ghz edition. The card I received gave me a 51.8% improvement.
I'd say that's a pretty good pro right there!

Sound: slightly louder than I expected but quiet enough. Fan speed can be changed but it's not really necessary.

Temps: reference card runs at 90C under load. This card runs much much cooler than that even under full load.

Price: AMD is lowering prices to compete with Nvidia. Worth every penny.

Cons: HDMI port is positioned oddly which made it so that my HDMI cable could not connect all the way in because it was hitting the metal between the slots on the back of my case. I had to clip off the spacer in order to fit the cable in. Not really a big deal.

Other Thoughts: This card is great and it offers a significant improvement over the HD7970. If you include the lowered price, it's a great deal as well!

Manufacturer Response:

Hello and thank you for the great review.

We truly appreciate your feedback.

If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know

XFX Support


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  • blagoja r.
  • 8/17/2014 11:02:00 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsRespect to XFX ( 3 generations of XFX GPU purchases)

Pros: Where do I start..... I love XFX quality. This cards are sleek and beautifull and yes I bought 2 of them. Was really unsure if I should of gone with the R9 290X series because of so many mixed up reviews but I'm glad I did the purchase cause price was right for this puppies and was at $459 after rebate, which reminds me tomorrow I got to do the rebate thing taken care of.

After I received the card I cleaned up the PC, cleaned the H100 and reaplied new paste on the I5 and installed new SSD. All went smooth and it was time to stress test them. I'm not type of guy who all the time stress test the smack of its hardware just for the sake of been geeky but when I purchase new stuff I do around 10 min of stress test to make sure all is in order. I live in Florida so I have my AC blowing at 68 Fahrenheit thats around 20C, just for the sake of numbers testings and results. The fans set up in my HAF932 with acrylic panel is at 9 fans total:

- 180mm fan behind HD cage (bringing cold air in)
- x2 120mm fans on the arcylic side panel (bringing cold air in) blows straight onto both GPU's from the side
- 120mm fan in front of the HD cage secured with tie wraps (bringing cold air in) blows straight onto both GPU's from the front
- x2 120mm fans in push pull configuration (bringing cold air in)
- x3 120mm fans on top of the case ( taking all the hot air out, this is very important for good airflow and works like a charm)

As you see the cooling is well done and works excellent and I also have Aerocool Touch2000 and NZXT Sentry LX LCD fan controllers to take care of most of the fans, the H100 fans I have them connected to the mobo just for safety measure.

Heaven benchmark testing and results:
- GPU1 95-100% usage , 68-75C temperature
- GPU2 87-100% usage , 63-68C temperature
Since I havent finished the benchmark and only run it for 10 min, lowest results I saw was 75FPS and highest was close to 180FPS maybe even 200FPS, settings were all on highest and my resolution on the 27" monitor is 1920x1080.

since I just installed them I only used the GPU's for real ingame testing on the game I currently play and thats Heroess&Generals, usage on the GPU is only for 1 of them since Crossfire is not possible in the game for now and max usage i see from 50-95% with temps variating from 60-67C.

Thanks XFX for another great card and great warranty, I have been 3 generations of ur GPU loyal customer.

One remark though, the PSU requirement is kinds on the high end from what XFX and other brands require. I run all this set up with all them fans, 2 fan controllers, 2 HD with the trustworthy 1000W 5 year old Corsair and still have room to add more stuff to it..... But this Corsair PSU has been proven to be beastlly, it puts 90% of the new high end PSU's to the shame in power and quality output.

Cons: As for Cons not much to say or any to complain, I did notice that when the PC goes into sleep mode for longer time it takes hard reset by pressing the button, then win7 getss messed up and the keyboard wont react so I have to wait 25 sec to start itself normally since keyboard is stuck.

This is not XFX fault, this is AMD drivers hiccup, it took 2 years for my x2 6870"s to actually be fixed with new drivers and dont lock up the system when PC goes into deep sleep.

I remember there were work arounds back then, but then it took proper driver update in ordder to get rid of this problem.

I see XFX guy always responds here, so if you have any solution or quick fix for this just let me know of it :)

Other Thoughts: Final thoughts, I will be returning customer to XFX as I have always been, big thanks to a great company.

Manufacturer Response:

Excellent. We are happy everything is working as expected.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at

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  • Jeff A.
  • 8/7/2014 7:07:17 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsBlack Screen

Pros: Fast, can run BF4 at 60 - 70 FPS on ultra. But don't waste your money you will be so upset. Go the Nvidia option. I will never buy AMD again because of this. Newegg wont take it back and XFX wants you to send it in, but no guarantee that they will find an issue and still ship you back the same card. Waste of shipping.

Basically, I am stuck with a lemon.

Cons: When playing Battlefield 4 my system will black screen and the computer system will freeze (zero access to Windows 7 64-bit). This may include an audio loop of the last playing sound as well. The only solution is to power off the computer and turn it back on; the restart button will not even work. The time period before the black screen will occur is random; it's not possible to replicate the issue on demand. Furthermore, once the computer has black screened and the computer is shut down and started back up, it appears that BF 4 will not black screen for the duration of the time the computer remains on.

Originally, I had purchased a 750 watt multi-rail power supply. The 750 watt powersupply had four 12v 20 amp rails. I plugged the 6 pin vga power and 8 pin vga power into the R9 290X using two different cables from two different 12v 20 amp rails. However, I have sense upgraded the power supply to a 1300 watt single 12 volt 108 amp rail version. This new 1300 watt power supply has plenty of power, but the black screen is still present. I can now rule out the power supply as being the issue. I paid $180 for a more powerfull power supply because I don't want to send my R9 290X back for repair to only have XFX state there is nothing wrong with it.

I have uninstalled all video drivers and reinstalled the AMD 14.4 driver with same results. I have updated to the latest beta drivers 14.7 with same result as well.

Increasing the fan speed to full 100% throttal using MSI after burner appears to help keep the black screens to once or twice a day, but not solve the issue. The computer case I have has eight fans. Four air intake and four exhaust.


Manufacturer Response:


We're sorry you had issues with this card. If you have any questions, please contact us to let us know.

Thank you

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  • Brad L.
  • 7/12/2014 8:24:55 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsr9 290x

Pros: fast. runs battlefield 4 great. high fps is around 70 - 80 low fps is around 44 @ultra settings, obviously.

Runs supreme commander great, as well. high fps is 100+ low fps is 30, with multiple nukes and thousand-unit battles.

Cons: runs a little hot under heavy load, especially in supreme commander. but it's been pretty warm outside lately. with the AC on, the card never gets above 60 degrees Centigrade, but my case has excellent air flow.

Other Thoughts: upgraded from a radeon HD 6950. very clear difference.

Manufacturer Response:

Thank you for the great review, we appreciate the positive feedback.

If you have any questions, please contact us at

Play Hard!

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  • Ricky M.
  • 7/6/2014 1:07:20 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsAwesome.

Pros: Love this card, Handles everything I throw at it without a hiccup, Its very quiet too. Although I do miss shadowplay from Nvidia, I'll make due with this cause just because its pure power.

Cons: I knocked an egg off due to the massive size of this card, I was not anticipating it to be that large, But then again I only have a mid tower, Cooler Master HAF 912 had to remove the mid drive bays to fit this card.

Other Thoughts: I had Orginally wanted a 290x when they were released, But due to price inflation from bit mining the card was fairly costly, But what I paid for it now is WELL worth it In my opinion.

Manufacturer Response:

Thank you for great review and feedback.

If you have any questions, please contact us at

Play Hard

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  • 6/27/2014 8:51:54 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsRuns ALMOST everything at max

Pros: I like that this beast is so silent and have good temps when is on heavy load 70C. But I expected to this beast run everything I throw it and it almost did it, until it met Shogun 2 and Rome 2 Total War.

It can be overclock not by much but at least is something.

Cons: Cant play at max Shogun2 or Rome 2. If you dont complain about playing those games at max like me, anything else will just run fine.

I think that rome 2 is the most demanding or intensive game ever for a graphic card.

Other Thoughts: I have played all theTotal war games the older ones because were playable at max by any low graphic of today so I expected that at least Shogun 2 not Rome 2 would be playable at max but nop. That game still knock out some gpus. It isn't so old, the game it has like 3 years and still will make your graphic to suffer and bent to their knees if you try ultra. I tested the games with fullscreen 1980x1080 monitor 144hz at ultra settings. No V-sync .

Even if I cant play those games at max I'm very happy that I would enjoy every next game coming up without thinking> Can I run it? -Of course I can

Manufacturer Response:

Thank you for the great review, we appreciate your kind words.

If you have any questions, pleas econtact us at

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  • Jake R.
  • 6/10/2014 3:16:40 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsTROUBLE SHOOTING

Pros: This is the best card I have ever had for the money! Runs great and looks great.

Cons: N/A

Other Thoughts: For cons maybe I could have put extremely long and requires a lot of power but what do you expect of a card that will handle ANYTHING you throw at it??? I would also like to mention I was having trouble getting the card to work. The system refused to go to POST when this card was installed. At first I thought it was my power supply which was only 750w that was the problem. So I bought a 1000w and the same thing happened NO POST :(((((. I did alot of research on what the problem could be and I was about to RMA the card when I figured out it was my BIOS. I needed to update it so my motherboard would recognize the card. That was a real gut wrenching experience because I am scared to death of bricking my motherboard but I updated it successfully and it works now. GREAT CARD!!!

Manufacturer Response:

Thank you for the great review. We appreciate the positive feedback.

If you have any questions, please contact us at

Play Hard!

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  • Joe C.
  • 5/30/2014 5:34:19 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

1 out of 5 eggsAwesome when it worked,terrible support

Pros: First things first, if there is nothing wrong with your card,. Its great, probably one of the better cooled 290x cards out there. Other than that, its just about like any other 290x.

Cons: here's where the one egg comes in to play as a card manufacturer is arguably more important than the card you're buying and many many people look to xfx for their warranty, this is a huge issue.The very night I got my card I pulled out my 270x and put in the 290x and went about trying it out,thats where the issues started, at random times I would get a lockup on the screen and a reboot, so I uninstalled the drivers, and tried the newest beta drivers,no luck. I then did a clean uninstall of all drivers and traces of catalyst control center, tried literally every version of the drivers available that support this card, doing a fresh install each time, no I figured OK just to be safe let's try a fresh os install, still getting the same error at differing times,same as before, hmm let's try the 270x again with the same drivers that I get the crash with on the 290x, oh come to find out the 270x runs like a charm on all driver versions,not a single lockup or reboot. OK so then let's try the 290x in a different system, low and behold, it still causes the same crash,270x worked fine in this system as well though. Back to the drawing board on the other system just to be extra safe I made sure the chip set was up to date,(checked all of my drivers actually) tested the PSU, and CPU and the RAM, all were fine just as I suspected. At this point I created a ticket with xfx support thinking on no big deal, everybody is bound to have a bad card get through, and the crash was random, sometimes occuring at windows, other times in games, 3dmark particularly set if off easily but sometimes the whole test ran. The windows system event logs reported a "hyperthread transport watchdog timeout error" after every single crash BTW, also defaulted bios and made sure voltage was constant and in the range it should be. After explaining thisall to xfx , they asked me to try a clean install of the drivers, like I had already told them I did. Then I asked him to read the ticket I created again,then he submitted a request for an RMA, OK finally at least they're taking care of it right? Nope,wrong. Once my RMA is approved Ito be returned to them,I had to pay the shipping on a product that was DOA,so now ive spent more money on a card I can't use. They receive my card and days go by with no response,so I ask them for an update, few more days go by andi get the response, "we've received your card and are testing it, so far we haven't been able to replicate the issue though, I'll try doing a burn in test over the weekend to see if it happens. " this was from the exact same tech that had responded in my support ticket that"oh if its been replicated in two systems its probably faulty". Its been two weeks as of today and a card I paid for, with lifetime warranty, I still haven't been able to use,they still have it. And had to use my RMA before ever getting a chance to,the warranty is lifetime, but not afterthe first exchange I believe. Great card rendered useless by "support"

Other Thoughts: Ive seen a ton of 1,egg reviews for a single bad product,that i dont agree with,like i said everybody is entitled to a mistake here and there,however,With most any product, You're buying two pieces really,the actual hardware,and the support behind it,this personally is what made me choose xfx over another brands card. But offering a lifetime warranty and then making a customer practically light themselves on fire simply to RMA a 500 dollar product that came DOA , after they obviously went through rigorous testing, and then pay for return shipping, only to say you have to test it first and replicate the issue is horrible customer service. I could see if the card was a few years old and had been working fine and suddenly died. But I stand nothing to gain by asking to exchange my fauty card for the exact same card from the same people! I just want a working one this time. Requiring customers to pay to return it, after they just paid 500 bucks for your product is silly to say the least. Asking them to prove it May have problems is another level on top of that, and then replicating it in,no doubt a different and specialized testing environment different from the two environments I experienced the crash,when somebody just wants to exchange the card for a working one,is flat out ridiculous. Sure, if somebody wants their money back, put it through the ringer and do your due diligence. But if somebody buys your card,mainly because the warranty,and they have to jump through hoops and pay more in shippjng simply to exchange a dead on arrival product,then there's no way I can recommend this card currently.

Its as if they're saying "nvm what you've been through with the card and things you've done, we're not going to trust our customers,and the burden is now on the customer,hopefully we can replicate it, or no exchange on your brand new under warranty product. But thanks for your money!"

When your warranty is what sets you apart from your competition, don't let it set you apart in a bad way. Like I said testing and all that is fine if somebody wants a refund or the card is old. But don't make a brand new customer pay more and wait two weeks + to (hopefully) get a working version of the product they purchased.

This has been so bad that even my friend, who has been loyal to xfx for a long time and never needed to use his warranty,has sworn off any future xfx products unless they make this right.

Apart from the support, the card is great, probably the best 290x out there for cooling,and it didn't even get very hot in my all air micro atx case. Things looked great when my system wasn't constantly restarting.

In short , I believe xfx makes good hardware, but that's only one side of what you're buying,and the prospect of paying for something that may not work for you, with almost no recourse should make you question their products for now. I'll update when I know if I'll be getting an exchange or not.

Manufacturer Response:

Hello Mutebychoice,

We're sorry you are having issues with your 290x. I took time to read each point made in your review and here is what i feel is the heart of it.

Your computer is locking up randomly with the 290 and not the 270, so you want to return it for a replacement. Right?

The best course of action is...
-Contact Newegg, have the item replaced, free of charge.

Any DOA electronic can be replaced within 30 days to Newegg. XFX has no involvement in returns or RMA's done by Newegg.

second best course of action...
If you chose to RMA it back to XFX instead contact us and let us know its still within 30 days (ticket and receipt required at
We can issue an RMA and retail shipping label.

If you have any questions, please contact us at for further help

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  • Steevenson G.
  • 5/22/2014 11:33:07 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSo good got a 2nd

Pros: These cards are amazing. Runs anything you can possibly throw at it. Bought a 2nd so i can crossfire and do 3 way eyefinity. Pulls ~60fps in BF4 on ultra at 5760x1080. If you have the money do not wait just buy it especially if it is on sale.

Cons: The only cons I found that I left out of my first review is the PCI connectors. They are extremely close to the shroud and metal heatsink and it actually hurts your fingers if you want to pull the pci cables out. Not going to knock an egg because how often are you really going to be removing those cables anyways, but something the engineers at XFX should take a look into.

Other Thoughts: These cards do run hot if you don't have proper cooling. I have to figure out a better solution for my case because running xfire right now I am seeing 90c even with the cards separated. I actually had to pull the front off my case (Switch 810) and crank up my high rpm and put a box fan in front of my computer. Brought the temps down to about 82. Only have these temps in BF4 though.

Manufacturer Response:

Thank you for the great review. We appreciate the positive feedback.

Those connectors were admittedly poorly placed. Some customers have even resorted to removing the PCIE snap pins so they didnt have to un-clip them.

Play hard!

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  • Anonymous
  • 5/14/2014 2:45:12 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggs  good card, minor issue

Pros: Very fast, not so noisy as expected. Run all games I tried so far (Tomb raider, Hitman, Thief, World Of a Tanks) at 40-45 Fps at 2560x1440 with all settings maxed out.

Cons: XFX Logo at the back of the card doesn't light up. Not a big deal for me as I was wondering how to turn it off anyway, but worth mentioning and thus -1 egg for QC. XFX Tech support said this might be a led that disconnected in shipment. Aside of that -- everything works perfectly out of the box.

Other Thoughts: The VRAM/GPU does get hot -- saw as much as 80 degrees Celsius, but since the card is designed to work at that temperatures I don't think it is a problem.

Manufacturer Response:

Hello, We are pleased that you are happy with your purchase. If you would like, we can send a replacement shroud with the fans and LED Logo out, free of charge.

Those temperatures are within range.

If you have any questions, please contact us at

Play Hard!

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