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Devil 13 Dual Core R9 290X 8GB GDDR5 2014/06

The voltage transformers each remain below 70 ° C, which is certainly not a bad result is. The card is also in contrast to the reference card R9 295X2 under full load devoid of any extreme load peaks
The high idle power, which, despite a shutdown GPU still above 35 watts,you have seen for the courage and the successful implementation of praise PowerColor anyway, even if the water would have been the quieter and better way to cool this monster.

Tom's Hardware Germany link
R9 295X2 8GB GDDR5 2014/06 The PowerColor Radeon R9 295X2 is a bombastic player graphics card: By far it is the best value and performance outclasses any Nvidia competition as well as the cards from his own camp. CHIP Germany link
PCS+ R9 290X 4GB GDDR5 2014/05

The PCS+ R9 290 promises excellent gaming performance, the GPU and memory are factory overclocked for additional performance out of the box and the price/performance ratio is still good. The cooler on the PCS+ R9 290 manages to provide superior cooling compared to the reference solution while keeping noise levels at a reasonable level.

Fudzilla Austria link
PCS+ R9 290X 4GB GDDR5 2014/04

Compared to the ref. Card, the performance of R9 290X PCS+ is satisfied, so as the speed. For the power consumption, it has a relatively low energy in the medium, and excellent thermal ability to maintain low temp. However, the only weakness is the three-slot design. Overall the PowerColor RADEON R9 290X PCS+ card is an interesting choice, if anyone is looking for cool and quiet card, it’s a great option.

Overclockzone Thailand link
PCS+ R9 290X 4GB GDDR5 2014/04 The PCS+ is undoubtedly a great card. Like most R9 290X's it has a huge amount of performance from the Hawaii XT GPU and yet comes with probably the best cooler we've seen so far. The card barely reaches 75°C which has cumulative benefits for the whole of your system and, just as importantly, for the card itself as the fans don't need to spin as fast to disperse the toasty air. So it's pretty quiet too. When coupled with the frosty temperatures, low price and fantastic build quality mean that the PowerColor R9 290X PCS+ should be very high on your shortlist of high end cards, and we're happy to award it our OC3D Performance award. If we did a "keeping the GPU much cooler than we were expecting" award it would win that too. Overclock3D UK link
TurboDuo R9 270 2GB GDDR5 OC 2014/04

- Good price.
- Better performance than reference design.
- 3-year warranty.

ComputerDIY Taiwan link
R9 270 2GB GDDR5 OC 2014/04

- The lowest price on the market.
- Lower temperatures than reference design.
- Great quality power design.

ComputerDIY Taiwan link
R9 290X 4GB GDDR5 OC(BF4 Edition) 2014/04

- Excellent performance.
- Better price than other custom cards on the market.

ComputerDIY Taiwan link
PCS+ R9 290X 4GB GDDR5 2014/03

However, good custom cooled versions – like the epic Powercolor R9 290X PCS+ we tested – easily stay in acceptable temperature parameters with moderate noise.
Custom cooled versions like the Powercolor PCS+ and XFX Double Dissipation can now be found for $579.99 and $589.99 respectively making it a significantly more attractive option than it was under previous pricing.

Eteknix UK link
PCS+ R9 290X 4GB GDDR5 2014/03

The Powercolor PCS+ R9 290X is an R9 290X done very well. Compared to Gigabyte’s offering (the only other non-reference design I’ve tested) the Powercolor card offers better cooling, better performance and less noise.
Powercolor PCS+ variant is an all-rounder – a truly superb creation. Powercolor’s monstrous cooling solution makes the R9 290X stay at temperatures that I personally never thought I’d see without water cooling.

Eteknix UK link
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