AMD Radeon R9 390X, R9 380 And R7 370 Tested

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Grognak

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390X at 4K is the only one showing anything that could be called an improvement and that's entirely due to the additional RAM, which you can already get on a 290X. I fear for the future.
 
Again I am left disappointed....AMD please stop doing this to me. So what I learned is the 390X is the same as the 290X at 1440p or below (which is 95% or more of gamers) and the 390X only excels at 4k but still only on par with the 980 (non ti). Looks like I'm abandoning AMD for my next GPU. damn it.
 

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While im at it, theres a typo up top (maybe someone else pointed it out by now?)

390x/290x water cooled. Texture fill rates should be the same but they are not.
 

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@HideOut & de5_Roy
There are typos in US this version, in German it was already fixed. Copy'n'Paste from an older table. Sorry. I'll inform my US colleagues to fix ist soon.
 

afya

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Wrong driver. Use the new 15.15 to test again. The original 15.200 shown in GPU-Z is not very optimized.
 

danilson1009

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Its funny because guru3d.com tested the MSI 390x and the gtx 980 and at 1440p and 4k the 2 cards are almost identical across a whole lot more games tested. Why are these tests so much different???
 

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Wait, I think I'm misunderstanding something. Is the 390x a rebranding of the 290x, but costing $100 more??
Yes, you're comparing the street price of the 4GB 290X to the MSRP of the 390X. Unfortunately for AMD the 390X will likely fall below MSRP fairly quickly.
 

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Nice to see 980 Ti still stomps everything, glad I bought one... a wise investment!
I grabbed a Ti as well since I was sick of waiting any longer. Would like to see how the Furry X competes though. I find it strange that we get Furry X made for 4k, but only has 4GB of RAM yet they give the 390x 8GB? I am also hooking up the ti to a 4k TV so the lack of HDMI 2.0 in all of these cards is a deal breaker.
 

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Nice to see 980 Ti still stomps everything, glad I bought one... a wise investment!
These are rebadge cards, their new cards are due out in days. Fanboy
And exactly which ones will those be?
The Fury X and the Fury X2 which are the new Fiji based cards with HBM. However, my understanding is that they won't be released to market until around September this year. Benchmarks show the Fury X often beating the 980 Ti, but the Fury X2 blows everything away due to it being a dual GPU card (that is still smaller than the 780 Ti/980 Ti - wowza).
 

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Quote: The small Pitcairn-based graphics card manages to stay significantly under 150W. Average is 147.36 Watts

How can you say 147.36 Watts is "significantly under 150W" with a straight face?

That is only 2.64 wattls lower or 1.76% less. That in reality is NOT significantly lower.
 
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