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Old Oct 9, 2015, 02:22 PM   #1
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Default MSI Radeon R9 380 Gaming 2G

It seems Real Hardware Reviews has taken the MSI Radeon R9 380 Gaming 2G video card out for a test drive. They test it with quite a few games. Click on the link below to see if its worth your hard earned dollars. Myself I'm not sure if 2GB of memory is going to be enough for 1080P gaming going forward?


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Recently we took a long hard look at the MSI R7 370 Gaming 2G and walked away fairly impressed. This actually did take us by surprise as that card relies upon a core that has been rebranded three times now and is still kicking ass in the $150 corner of the market. This is more a testament to how poorly NVIDIA’s architecture scales down to this level rather than the ‘endurance’ of the Pitcairn/ Curacao /Trinidad architecture. Put simply consumers looking at that corner of the market really have slim pickings to choose from, and while MSI did a very good job with what they were given…the R7 370 is still a card that was originally released back in 2012.

Today we are going to look at another AMD refresh and see if it can make an even better argument in favor of refreshes vs new designs. This time however we are going to look at the hotly contested $200 price range. Cards in this price range have to offer both a value and performance argument as on the one hand consumers looking at $250 cards would rather spend $200, and consumers looking at $150 have to be convinced that spending an extra $50 pays massive dividends.




Source realhardwarereviews: http://realhardwarereviews.com/msi-r...380-gaming-2g/
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