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XFX R9 390X Review

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XFX R9 390X Testing:

Unigine Heaven 4.0:

Unigine Heaven Benchmark 4.0 is a DirectX 11 GPU benchmark based on the Unigine engine. This was the first DX 11 benchmark to allow testing of DX 11 features. What sets the Heaven Benchmark apart is the addition of hardware tessellation, available in three modes – Moderate, Normal, and Extreme. Although tessellation requires a video card with DirectX 11 support and Windows Vista/7, the Heaven Benchmark also supports DirectX 9, DirectX 10, DirectX 11, and OpenGL 4.0. Visually, it features beautiful floating islands that contain a tiny village and extremely detailed architecture.

 

Settings

  • 8x AA
  • Ultra
  • Tesselation = Extreme
  • Measurement = FPS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3DMark:

3DMark: The just-released version of Futuremark's popular 3DMark suite is designed to let a wider range of the user base make a comparative analysis of the gaming prowess of their systems from entry level PCs, to notebooks, and extreme gaming PCs.

 

Settings

  • Default test settings
  • Sky Diver
  • Fire Strike
  • Fire Strike Extreme
  • Fire Strike Ultra

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the Unigine Heaven 4.0 test, XFX's R9 390X pretty much matches the performance of the GTX 780 Ti. Not bad by any means, since when overclocked it delivers up to GTX 980 stock performance if you spend your time wisely to get the most from the card on air. In 3DMark, the R9 390X does a good job of keeping up with the GTX 980 until the cards are overclocked. Pretty much how we have seen the results trend throughout the testing. Overclocking does allow the R9 390X to once again outperform the reference GTX 980 running at stock clock speeds.




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