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HIS R9 270X IceQ X² Turbo Boost 2048 MB

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The HIS R9 270X IceQ X² Turbo Boost comes at reference-design pricing, $200, which makes it the cheapest, highest-clocked R9 270X available at this time. Not only do you get the free overclock out of the box; you also get a better cooler that provides very low temperatures, but ends up slightly noisier.

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Very good performance for $200, better than an unOCed 7950....
 
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Meh... It's the old 7870 reference design for more money. My Sapphire 7870 (practically identical board) overclocks the same. Only distinction is the better ram.
 
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