Radeon R9 270X is a high-end Graphics Card based on the Curacao XT core of the Graphics Core Next Architecture.
The Curacao XT Core has its roots on the Pitcairn XT Core used on its predecessor - Radeon HD 7870. It offers 1280 Shader Processing Units, 80 TMUs and 32 ROPs, on a 256-bit memory interface.
However and when compared to its predecessor, Radeon R9 270X offers a Boost Clock of 1050MHz, despite its central unit still running at 1000MHz. Furthermore, its operating memory clock is significantly higher and of 1400MHz, leading to extra memory bandwidth.
Benchmarks indicate its performance is almost on level with powerful Radeon HD 7950, though its Boost Edition and famous GeForce GTX 660 Ti still perform considerably better.
Still, Radeon R9 270X has a launching price of just $199 which makes it a very competitive card.
Expect to run most modern demanding games, such as Crysis 3 and Metro Last Light at highest settings while using a 1080p resolution.
Will this card bottlenck my cpu?
Is this graphic card good for 2016-2017 gaming?
Is this graphic card compatible with my APU and my motherboard?
can my intel core i5-2300 handle this? :)
I just got in 3 computers with a Q6700, Tested them with 2GB HD 7850 it uses 100% but the CPU uses around 60-70%, so what graphics card can i get that's better but wont get bottleneck-ed much by the CPU?
R9 270?/R9 270x?/GTX 760?
will it work fine with Core 2 Quad Q8200 ?? and should i upgrade my card to this one ??
would my intel core i5-2300 bottleneck this card? :)
will a APU A10-7850K Quad-Core processor bottelneck it?
Hey , can someone tell me is this card compatible with my motherboard (770-c45) . Thanks in advance .
I am thinking about upgrading to this card or r9 280 I also have to get a new psu since I have 560W non branded one so would my cpu bottleneck either of these cards.
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