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As far as performance levels go, the R9 390X Devil does very well, posting reasonably high scores in our benchmarks, whilst keeping temps low, to roughly around the 60 to 70 Celcius mark. Overclocking this card is also of no issue, as the water-cooling loops keeps the GPU cool enough even as you push it to the limit.

CHIP Malaysia link
PCS+ R9 390 8GB GDDR5 2015/11

It is clearly significantly faster than the GTX970 and when overclocked to 1,150mhz the solution can even often outperform the standard GTX980.

KitGuru UK link
PCS+ R9 390 8GB GDDR5 2015/11

PowerColor rides on the Radeon R9 390 bandwagon with the PCS+ model. Now using an all-metal cooler housing three fans, build quality is excellent.

Hexus UK link
Devil 13 Dual Core R9 390 16GB GDDR5 2015/10

Overall we are impressed with this overclock from a unique video card like this. It is sporting two AMD Radeon R9 390 Hawaii GPUs, something which isn't easy to do to manage the heat and power. However PowerColor has done this and still given us 100MHz+ of GPU clock speed headroom and apparently a lot of memory clock speed headroom. That right there should make this video card more appealing for the enthusiast.

HardOCP USA link
PCS+ R9 390 8GB GDDR5 2015/10

This 390 is one of the cards that we liked the most, not only because of its quality of components and cooling but its results as well. 

ProfesionalReview Spain link
PCS+ R9 390 8GB GDDR5 2015/10

Stable boost clock rates.
Silently in desktop mode and very quiet under load games.

Computerbase Germany link
PCS+ R9 390 8GB GDDR5 2015/10

Fan settings are well-optimized

•Fans turn off in idle
•Support AMD FreeSync
•Backplate included
•Overclocked out of the box Malaysia link
PCS+ R9 390 8GB GDDR5 2015/09

“Most of the power of a 390X at a fraction of the cost.” “Once the R9 390 is overclocked, it shows strong performance against Nvidia’s GTX 970, beating it in most tests. As a result, we’re giving this card the thumbs up for buyers with $500 to spare, value the 8GB memory and don’t need cutting edge outputs.”

PC & Tech Authority Australia link

This card performs well and does so by offering low temperatures with a reasonable warranty too.

Vortez UK link
PCS+ R9 390 8GB GDDR5 2015/09

“The PowerColor R9 390 PCS+ is a rock solid performer with rugged looks and a price to undercut even the cheapest competitor.“

•Extremely quiet
•Good out of the box performance
•DX12 compliant
•Well rounded Powerup Tuner app
•Good overclocked compared to other R9 390 options

Eteknix UK link
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