Summary: I got a score of 1400 on Unigine Valley Benchmark @35fps on Ultra settings 1600x1200. Great graphics card for basic gaming, but I wanted something faster, so I returned it and bought a better one. NO ISSUES, just didn't have some features I wanted. If you want OpenCL support, don't buy this, buy a workstation graphics card. AMD Graphics cards DO NOT support CUDA.
Summary: This is a great card, for 200 this is a sick deal. I can run BF4 at 1080p, max settings at 50-55 fps stable, the game look great and fluid at the same time. I had a 7770 before this at the dofference is noticeable. Seems not too overclock friendly, but its comes OC from factory which is great and doesnt heat up as crazy, 70 C is the max i get, at the time of this writing is summer and i live in the caribbean (Dominican Republic).
Summary: Honestly this is one of the best cards that i have ever bought. It can handle just about any game that you throw at it and it comes at a pretty low price point. I bought this card for $249.99 and now it is down to $209.99, you win some and you lose some i guess. The only problem i had with this product was that is was not in good condition, it looked like it got dropped off of a cliff.
Summary: i buy new asus R9270X from amazon.. what i see from AMD website if i buy this model from amazon, i will get free game by redeem coupon code from this address [...] .. but i not see any coupon code included inside the package. how i can claim the promotion... everythink OK..
Summary: If you want bang for your buck and arent interested in mining you might consider nvidia cards. But if you want to mine and game this is a potential card for you. I love this card, its huge but the way it mounts it doesnt sag. The fans are quiet even while mining. I get 300kh/s while playing league, and with the fans at 10 percent duty it wont go over 70c. Plays very demanding titles at acceptable frame rates average of about 60 at 1080p.
Summary: Sometimes it crashes drivers, but restores within seconds. I think that the problem is in drivers, and not in graphic card. Anyway, I don't know the way how to check this.
Pros: I upgraded from HD7750 and the difference is very huge. Now I just turn ultra settings on my favorite games and enjoy what I see on the screen., It comes with nice ASUS GPU tweak utility where you can control its perfomance.
Cons: It uses 2x6pin connectors and needs more power than 270(non X) version.
Summary: With the custom aftermarket cooler on this card, under load it makes little to no noise, and with my case closed I cannot even detect it what-so-ever. I was a little disappointed in the price [$40+ more than anywhere else] but since it was the only spot that had it in stock that's just the way supply and demand functions.
Summary: Have an AMD system, Sabertooth FX990 R2 motherboard. The motherboard is PCIe 2, the video card is PCIe 3, for those out there that wonder, yes they do work together. Frame rates went up a bit, detail, edges are crisper now. Works fine.
Equivalent to nVidia's GTX 660 Ti, but $130 cheaper
20 December 2013
Summary: I went with AMD's team this time and wanted to run multi-card set-up. 270X seems to be the only model available right now as all other were sold out. In terms of in-game performance this card is on par with 660Ti I used to have. Compared them head to head in Arma 2 OA, Furmark and Unigen Heaven becnchmarks (TO DO: Post Actual FPS numbers). Vanilla 270X would be slower than 660Ti.