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LCS R9 290X 4GB GDDR5 2014/03

The liquid-cooling sink used on PowerColor’s LCS AXR9 290X is definitely worthsomething over AMD’s maligned reference heat sink and fan, but is the card ultimately worth $800? Sidestepping the question of value, which market forces affect on an almost-daily basis, we find that it's better to ask if we'd spend an extra 14% to rid ourselves of the reference card’s heat and noise issues. The answer is an easy yes.

Tom’s Hardware US link
TurboDuo R9 280X 3GB GDDR5 OC 2014/02

Overall, the TurboDuo OC did good in our testing, performance is the way we expected it to be, cooling performance is on a good level, the card is very silent and we like the design of the cooler.
As always we would have liked to see the manufacturer overclock the memory and it would have been nice to get a higher factory overclocking on the GPU. Further improvements could have also been made regarding the price and power consumption under load.

ocaholic Switzerland link
PCS+ R9 290X 4GB GDDR5 2014/02

Factory overclocked on both core and memory, and with further headroom available, this is among the most extreme single-card solutions available today.
PowerColor has managed to strike a good balance clock speeds, fan noise and cooling performance with the PCS+. And for extreme overclocking, there's a second BIOS profile that kicks the fans into overdrive to deliver some of the lowest R9 290X temperatures we've ever seen.

Hexus UK link
PCS+ R9 290X 4GB GDDR5 2014/02

The PowerColor Radeon R9 290X PCS+ is a beast of a graphics card in many ways, it’s a potent and impressive product no matter how you look at it. What Powercolor brings to the table are excellent cooling temperatures, low or normal noise levels (your choice), great looks, a factory overclock and obviously the raw sheer unadulterated gaming performance.

Guru3D Netherland link
PCS+ R9 270X 2GB GDDR5 2014/02

PowerColor delivers a good bass performance with his R9 270X, while being one of the cheapest R9 270X cards in the test. It also represents a very good investment when we rank our NHMarks per spent crown, where the card currently hold a top position. The cooler is quiet and cool, and while we would have liked a little higher overclocking potential, it is a very good value bet for those who want a good performance out of the box for a good price tag.

NordicHardware Sweden link
PCS+ R9 270X 2GB GDDR5 2014/02

To sum up, you won’t go wrong with the PowerColor PCS+ R9 270X 2GB. This card looks like a good choice for gamers on a budget. The card can easily deliver playable frame rates at 1080p with in-game quality settings at high. The PCS+ cooler looks great and it is very quiet, which is the card’s main selling point.

Fudzilla Australia link
LCS R9 290X 4GB GDDR5 2014/02

Fast, quiet and cool - these are actually the three characteristics, which combines an ideal graphics card into one another. But there is also a fourth component and that is the price.615 euro cost the PowerColor Radeon R9 290X LCS currently .
Good 35 euro accounts so the service PowerColor - a justified charge in our eyes.

Hardwareluxx Germany link
PCS+ R9 270X 2GB GDDR5 2014/01 The PowerColor R9 270X PCS + is not the cheapest of the three cards, but also not the most expensive, and can additionally add an optional Turbo Timer, a nice side dish and as mentioned points a silent cooling, causing them to win our award Hartware Top Product Hartware Germany link
TurboDuo R9 280X 3GB GDDR5 OC (BF4 Edition) 2014/01

PowerColor Radeon delivers with the R9 280X OC TurboDuo from a graphics card that not only affects quality thanks to the built-in cooler, but also enormously quietly goes to work.
For the PowerColor Radeon R9 280X OC TurboDuo speaks to the high performance that is due to the XTL Tahiti GPU. The seated thereon cooler operates quietly and pleasing shows itself under game load almost inaudible.
For more pluses also the low price compared to similar R9-280X models and the overclocking potential worry.

PC-Max Germany link
PCS+ R9 270X 2GB GDDR5 2014/01

Enough of the theory in a practical test convinced the card is not only with their OC-clock on 1.100/2.850 MHz (+5 / 2% OC), but also with low loudness: We measure very quiet 0.4 Sone at idle and 1.6 sone good games under load.
Thus, the PCS is one of + the quietest, but not the fastest R9-270X-Count ikkarten. Conclusion: full games suitable, quiet graphics card for a more than fair 170 Euro.

PCGH Germany link
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