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Posted 09 April 2014 - 03:56 PM



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XFX R9 280 Double Dissipation Black Edition OC 3GB Graphics Card
Review

The AMD HD 7950 was probably the best GPU of the entire HD 7000
series in my honest opinion. It offered stellar value for money for
high performance gaming – often overclocking to HD 7970 levels for a
much lower price. The HD 7950′s popularity then got the better of it
as the card soared to mining fame being the GPU of choice for miners
all over the world. The price of HD 7950s went through the roof before
stock eventually ran out and people had to start turning to new and
current alternatives like the R9 280X. However, the HD 7950 is back
with a bang. Given the logical name of the R9 280 it carries the great
features we grew to love on the HD 7950 but with a higher clock speed
and slightly lower price than the R9 280X. Today we have with us a
rather [censored]y looking R9 280 courtesy of XFX. We have with us the XFX R9
280 Double Dissipation Black Edition OC graphics card (R9-280A-TDBD
<http://products.xfxforce.com/en-us/Graphics_Cards/AMD_Radeon%E2%84%A2_R9_280/R9-280A-TDBD>
) which is XFX's cherry picked line. It features their dual 90mm fan
cooler, has an overclocked frequency and has fully unlocked voltages
on the core and memory for overclocking.

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http://www.eteknix.c...cs-card-review/



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