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    Default Quick pic of the XFX R9 390x

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    Default Re: Quick pic of the XFX R9 390x

    Good looking card.

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    Default Re: Quick pic of the XFX R9 390x

    Many people don't like gold color in their system and that pattern on the shroud of the card looks strange to me and I would assume many others will not like it either. This definitely is not a card that will go into my system but I have another reason for that. AMD doesn't have PhysX.
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    Default Re: Quick pic of the XFX R9 390x

    Quote Originally Posted by DeViLzzz View Post
    Many people don't like gold color in their system and that pattern on the shroud of the card looks strange to me and I would assume many others will not like it either. This definitely is not a card that will go into my system but I have another reason for that. AMD doesn't have PhysX.


    Yeah the gold is pretty ugly and will not be apart of a rig I build. Ewww PhysX is overrated lol
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    Default Re: Quick pic of the XFX R9 390x

    i guess XFX is trying to be different or follow Asus with the gold color.
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    Default Re: Quick pic of the XFX R9 390x

    If the performance and cooling is there, I could care less about the color.

    I'm hoping for a good GPU solution when they come out.

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    Default Re: Quick pic of the XFX R9 390x

    I agree with Neil. I could care less about its looks as long as performance is worth the uglyness

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    Default Re: Quick pic of the XFX R9 390x

    Me, like it.

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    Default Re: Quick pic of the XFX R9 390x

    Build aesthetics are a very personal thing. If the performance is there, rationally the color of the GPU should not make a difference, but the people on this forum, do care what there build looks like, I know I do, and no one else but me sees it. Why do people buy windowed cases? Why do people have LEDs on parts and cases? When I do a build, which by the way I cant do anymore but I can still change out parts ( some of them) because of my RA in my hands, I want that build to be pleasing to look at , its almost like your wife, you have to look at it or her every day, why not make it look good? The gold GPUs are ugly, I dont care if they can play every game you throw at it, if its ugly I don't want it in my case. LOL.

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    Default Re: Quick pic of the XFX R9 390x

    Quote Originally Posted by DeViLzzz View Post
    Many people don't like gold color in their system and that pattern on the shroud of the card looks strange to me and I would assume many others will not like it either. This definitely is not a card that will go into my system but I have another reason for that. AMD doesn't have PhysX.
    The gold is actually not visible when the card is in use. With the GPU and VRM glowing white hot, you won't even notice the gold.....probably won't need LEDs, either.

    Of course I am being assumptive, but I gave up all hope on AMD going in the right direction a while ago.

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    Default Re: Quick pic of the XFX R9 390x

    I wish they would get this thing released already. I'm dying to see the 980 Ti.

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    Default Re: Quick pic of the XFX R9 390x

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    I wish they would get this thing released already. I'm dying to see the 980 Ti.
    Yeah 980Ti.

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    Default Re: Quick pic of the XFX R9 390x

    I have the Gigabyte version. Always loved Gigabyte - so solid.

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    Default Re: Quick pic of the XFX R9 390x

    Boomerang, how;s the new r9 card doing?

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    Default Re: Quick pic of the XFX R9 390x

    Quote Originally Posted by swiftex View Post
    Boomerang, how;s the new r9 card doing?
    I cannot speak for any card except Gigabytes, but without Gigabytes included software that let's you control temps the card can get hot. I have this program to start automatically with Windows 10 now and the temps never get over 52 degrees C.

    Without the program it got up to about 70 C

    This card is ******* amazing. Flat out. It outperforms any I've had before. Graphics are realistic, smooth and beautiful. I would NOT go back and buy an Nvidia card over this one. I am maxing out some games with 300FPS.
    I never get below 60FPS with the latest shooters.

    This card outperforms what the market demands for games.

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