Reviews and Problems with MSI Radeon R9 270 GAMING, 2G
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High Performance : Nice Price
21 November 2014
Summary: I can max out any game I own. What do you want. It looks good (as you can see) and it's actually a pretty big card. If you're looking for a high quailty graphics card to play modern games, start here. I know you only care how it performs, so here. Battlefield 4 Ultra : Average 50-70 FPS Battlefield 3 Ultra : Average 60 FPS Titanfall Ultra : Locked 60 FPS Every game I own : 40-200 FPS You will have ZERO problem running modern titles with this card, just don't expect that...
Summary: Installation was easy. Pros: My windows exp index score went from 6.5 to 7.9(which is the max). I cannot hear the fans. Surfing is more enjoyable. Value. Cons: I had to sacrifice two drive connections in my HP D5100t since the card sits on top of them. The other issue is the display on my 55in LED Panasonic was full screen before I installed the card drivers. I now have a one inch border that I cannot change, help? Overall, I'm satisfied with the card and will keep it.
Summary: You can't go wrong with this GPU. R9 270x around $30 more with almost the exact performance as the R9 270. Save some money and buy the R9 270, your eye will NOT be able to tell the difference between the two cards in performance. The GPU runs very quiet and cool as expected with the twin forzr design from MSI. Unbelievable what this graphics card offers.
Summary: The card runs very well, and EXTREMELY quiet. I can't tell it's even running. When I first put it in I had to double check the fans were spinning it was so quiet. The only downside is, before I upgraded to this card, and a fx6100 cpu my PC worked as a nice little space heater. Now my room gets cold.
An excellent mid-level card, superb in Crossfire, quiet, and efficient.
John D. Gillies "Tech fan", Amazon
9 November 2014
Summary: Outstanding graphics card. I installed 2 of these in Crossfire to replace 2 6770s and they are superb. Energy consumption is way down, game settings can all be maxed out now, and the noise is very workable. I would recommend these cards HIGHLY.
Summary: I got this for Video Editing. Incredible price; why pay more for the X version or more DRAM when neither increases performance much beyond the overclocking capabilities included in the driver package. (Have to admit I haven't felt the need to overclock yet.) Installation was a snap, tho I did have to move a hard drive.