Great deal on this R7 250 GDDR5 card that supports Dual - Graphics & Crossfire if you choose that path. Not sure what happened to my other review on this card so i did this one in its place.
Devon R., Newegg
2 weeks ago
Summary: This card runs Dual-Graphics and CrossFire if you choose that path, I know for a fact that this card will do both for the Mobo Asus A88X-Pro with the AMD A10-7850k APU (processor with graphics combined on same chip) because that is what i have.
Pros: The GDDR5 memory is a bit faster in memory performance then some of the other R7 250 cards (non 250x versions) and the size is also about 1 inch shorter and it only takes up one PCI-Express 3.0 16x space so if you have a Mini ITX board for example with one PCI-Express 1x or a regular PCI slot you...
Cons: The only con i have atm is the logo for dual-graphics in-games (top right of screen) is huge dam near the size of a credit card so a smaller dual-graphics logo would be much much better.
fantastic video card from Asus when only the best quality will do by Asus
Roland Ortega, Amazon
11 July 2015
Summary: I purchased this card a year ago to put it in my custom build that I built and have had no problems with it I am Overclocking my computer and the video card is handling it well it was easy to install and the drivers were easy to download into the computer Asus is the number one motherboard...
Summary: I wish I would've kept saving my money and bought something else but for the money it's an okay card I have had it less then a year and i'm already tired of it most games I play are kinda of lagging and stutter like crazy which is really annoying but it can handle some of the older games i've played...
Summary: It doesn't lag in the games I play(which I admit, aren't really intensive) and it's great value for the price and if you don't have extra pcie power connector, but if you do, I'd recommend 250X version.
Cons: In my previous review I stated I couldn't get it to display in 1080p. Still can't. The drivers are super sketchy. Won't go beyond a working resolution of 720p. I'm not even going to bother with it and will just get a new card. Live and learn I guess.