Summary: Same card as the R9 280x at a fraction of the cost, running 3 in Tri-fire. Support for games and the omega drivers is great. You might have to adjust the fans on these as they can become lose over time.
I've been an XFX hardware lover for a number of ...
25 August 2014
Summary: I've been an XFX hardware lover for a number of years now, never have issues with any of it, and it all performs well even under the near constant stress that I operate it under. I've had as many as 6 different games running at once and this card doesn't crash on me, though it can't drive them all...
Summary: This thing is a BEAST!!!! My graphic scores are a 7.9 out of 7.9 on graphics and gaming graphics. its runs cool. I did not realize how big this thing is!!!!! Literally its bigger than the mobo... but it runs great. Game lag?? Umm.. nope! If i run some hardcore game it runs smooth..
Summary: This is a great card that is still relevant even now in the day's of the R9 290/290X and the GTX 780Ti, though the 290/290X can be quite difficult to find, especially at MSRP prices. Still play's all the newer games, though maybe not at the highest settings on monitor's with very high resolutions.
not sure what is going on but the card worked for about 4 months
6 March 2014
Summary: I loved it while it worked but my motherboard went out and have a new motherboard now my video card won't install drivers or catalyst controller? It works without the drivers but won't play my games for now I am using my integrated graphics with no issues.
Summary: Great video card. Super easy to configure. If you're going to run three monitors only two of them can be legacy without using a "DisplayPort Adaptor" to convert one of them to one of the two display ports. Legacy monitors = DVI, HDMI or VGA. I'm running 3 monitors, 2 X VGA and 1 X HDMI.