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PowerColor PCS+ R9 380X Myst Edition Review

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PowerColor PCS+ R9 380X Myst Testing:

Crysis 3:

This third installment of the Crysis franchise, developed by Crytek and distributed by Electronic Arts, uses the CryEngine 3 game engine and requires a DirectX 11 ready video card and operating system due to its demanding graphics engine.



  • 2x SMAA
  • Texture Resolution = Very High
  • System Spec = Very High







Far Cry 4:

Far Cry 4 is the latest iteration in the Far Cry series. Released in the US in November 18, 2014, it uses a modified Dunia 2 game engine as we saw in Far Cry 3 and is published and developed by Ubisoft. This action-adventure, first-person shooter offers both single player and multi-player modes.



  • FXAA
  • HBAO+
  • In-game settings = Ultra
  • God Rays = On
  • Fur and Tree Relief = On






In Crysis 3, PowerColor's PCS+ R9 380X is again out performing the GTX 960, but still has a huge margin to overcome when compared to the GTX 970. In Far Cry 4, the PCS+ R9 380X is again faster than the GTX 960 and lower clocked R9 380X. Overclocking helps drive a higher level of performance from the PCS+ R9 380X. At 2560 x 1440, you get a good solid playable 32+ FPS in Crysis 3 and right at 30 FPS in Far Cry 4.

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