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PowerColor Radeon R9 295X2 Review

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PowerColor Radeon R9 295X2 Testing:

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FCAT Results:


5760x1080     3840x2160


5760x1080     3840x2160


Running under the DX 11 API, NVIDIA's GTX 780 Ti SLI combo is the highest performing card in my tests, with the R9 295X2 coming in at the bottom of the pile, performance-wise. Gameplay is still above 50 FPS at 4K, showing how strong a pair of Hawaii GPUs can be when packed on one PCB.

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