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Tuesday, 11 February 2014 10:40

PowerColor PCS+ R9 270X 2GB reviewed - Power consumption

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: You won’t go wrong with the PowerColor PCS+ R9 270X 2GB

The modest factory overclock for the core and memory results in slightly increase in power consumption compared to the XFX R9 270X graphics card which works on reference clocks. However there is more room for improvement - AMD cards tend to consume a bit more in multi-monitor mode than Nvidia cards. The difference is about 10W to 15W.

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