AMD R9 270X Review

Unigine Heaven

AMD R9 270X Review

Unigine Heaven

It's been a long while since we saw a card fail to reach the 60FPS average in the zero anti-aliasing test of Unigine Heaven. The 16FPS it loses when you add 8xAA is very handy though, as it shows how well the R9 270X handles anti-aliasing, and also the type of performance benefit you could expect to see in our gaming benchmarks if you used an amount of MSAA more in keeping with the price-point of the card.




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08-10-2013, 00:01:05


The second of our first two reviews of the new AMD range of GPUs is the R9 270X, based on the Tahiti LE core.

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08-10-2013, 00:15:47

Thanks for the nice review as alwaysQuote

08-10-2013, 02:18:34

Nice review, but I'm sure you can get a 7870 for less that £180 and as said in the review, it has pretty much the same performance.Quote

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