Thursday, December 12th 2013

MSI Introduces the R9 270X GAMING 4G

Leading international motherboard and graphics card maker MSI has just released the newest addition to the GAMING family, the R9 270X GAMING 4G. With today's latest PC games, you get more if you've got more. Battlefield 4 is a great example of one of today's most impressive titles that utilizes more than 2 GB of VRAM at Full HD resolution (1080p.) Other titles include graphical powerhouses like Far Cry 3, Crysis 3, Skyrim, Max Payne 3 that were launched over the past few years and 2014 promises to deliver even more graphically intensive games.

The MSI GAMING benefit
MSI's GAMING series is designed to provide gamers with quality they can rely on. For Graphics Cards this means you get the best thermal solution and components to make sure you stay cool and stable no matter how long your gaming session is. The Twin Frozr IV Advanced is remarkably silent while maintaining excellent temperatures while the Military Class 4 components are designed to remain stable in extreme conditions. The MSI Gaming App puts the gamer in control with a choice of Silent, Gaming and OC modes to utilize performance or silence based on the need of the gamer.
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5 Comments on MSI Introduces the R9 270X GAMING 4G

#1
buildzoid
Why? what's it for it's slightly slower than a 7950 and 2 of these in Xfire are barely faster than a R9 290 which cost the same or less and also has 4GB VRAM
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#2
medo
by: buildzoid
Why? what's it for it's slightly slower than a 7950 and 2 of these in Xfire are barely faster than a R9 290 which cost the same or less and also has 4GB VRAM
I have heard alot of reports, about how quiet the MSI gaming series aftermarket cooler and efficient, so people opting for more efficient and quieter setup, might go with this :

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#3
buildzoid
I'm not questioning the card's cooling just the 4GB VRAM which is only useful in Xfire but at that point it performs and cost like a 290 and draws more power.
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#4
ensabrenoir
by: buildzoid
Why? what's it for it's slightly slower than a 7950 and 2 of these in Xfire are barely faster than a R9 290 which cost the same or less and also has 4GB VRAM
......fftthh..... facts has no power in the face of its New & Shiny
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#5
Baum
it all comes down to pricing...

i would say something against it when i klicked the link but now..

1. well atleast its not DDR3 4GB paired to a low end gpu as usual....
2. if you don't have the money for a "290" then you could buy this and get a silent cooler for now, if it is to slow for whatever reason just add another 270x to the mix later. just flexibility


3. well its not a 240 gpu's and no if msi reads this just don't add 4Gb to such a low end card
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