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Sunday, 20 October 2013 10:13

XFX Radeon DD R9 280X 1000M 3GB reviewed - Testbed

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Old dog learns new tricks

Testbed:
- Motherboard: Intel DZ87KLT75K
- CPU: Haswell (Socket 1150) Core i7 4770K  (3.5GHz)
- CPU Cooler: Cooler Master
- Memory: 16GB Patriot PC3-128000H DDR3 1600MHz  
- Harddisk:   Corsair Neutron GTX 240GB
- Power Supply: CoolerMaster V-Series 1000W
- Case: CoolerMaster Cosmos II Ultra Tower
- Operating System: Win8 64-bit

Drivers:
- Nvidia 331.40 (beta)
- AMD 13.11_betaVI

1-r9-280x-xfx

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