HIS Radeon R7 260X iPower IceQ X2 Pro Reviews
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HIS Radeon R7 260X iPower IceQ X2 Reviews3
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"If you’re in the market for an R7 260x with an effective cooling solution, low noise and great overclocking potential then the HIS R7 260X iPower IceQ X² offers exactly that. This is a really nice card but it is priced too close to the R7 265 for my liking. When the price drops a bit I’d definitely consider buying."
"We would recommend the card for playing the latest games at medium to high detail levels at 1680x1050; when running at Full HD we may need to lower the detail levels most of the time in order to reach playable status."
"The Radeon R7 260X is pretty much an overclocked HD 7790. It uses the same GPU with higher clock speeds on memory and GPU. A nice surprise is that the chip supports AMD TrueAudio, a unique feature it shares with R9 290 Series GPUs. HIS did not overclock their card, which is quite unfortunate because it has the card match the performance numbers of the AMD R7 260X reference design to a tee. Gaming performance numbers are around 8% higher than those of the HD 7790, 17% lower than the HD 7850, and 24% behind the GTX 650 Ti Boost. These numbers mean that the R7 260X should only be able to handle full HD 1080p gaming at reasonable detail settings and without anti-aliasing, at least in most cases. Some of the more demanding titles will also require you to run lower details."