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XFX RADEON Double D R9 280X 1000MHz BOOST Ready 3GB DDR5 2XmDP HDMI 2XDVI Graphics Cards R9-280X-TDFD

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  • Features XFX Enhanced Double Dissipation Cooling
  • Core Clock: 850Mhz, Boost Clock: 1000Mhz, Memory size: 3GB, Effective Memory Clock, 6.0Ghz, Memory Interface 384-bit, Memory Type: GDDR5
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  • Product Dimensions: 11.6 x 5.6 x 1.6 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00FSC5N66
  • Item model number: R9-280X-TDFD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 11, 2013

Product Description


3 GB GDDR5 Video Memory

Enhance your gaming experience and drastically improve your gaming graphics.

Video Memory improves you gaming experience by storing more 3D vector data, textures, overlays, GPU programs which allows for faster load times, sharper graphics and higher resolutions.


4K Ready Ultra Resolution Gaming

Experience resolutions up to four times higher than HD and see everything your opponent throws at you — without sacrificing a single detail.

With Ultra Resolution Gaming you can leave HD in the dust by gaming on displays much, much larger. Whether using a 4k monitor or combining multiple HD monitors, you’ll get an expansive experience that’s truly out of sight.


XFX Lifetime Warranty!

This product comes with the exclusive XFX Lifetime Warranty if registered at the XFX website within 30 days of purchase. Yep that is all that is needed to ensure you are covered for life!


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Customer Reviews

Runs nice and cool, even under load.
Samuel Wilson Torres
Runs nice and smoothly, able to play every game I own without frame rate dropping below 60.
Xendal
Would recommend if you're looking for a good upper mid range card.
Shawn Brewer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Perry on October 25, 2013
Okay, I bought this card from Newegg because the shipping times from Amazon were 2 to 4 Weeks Out! Newegg got it to me in time for the BF4 launch.

PACKAGING

This box was a big square block and really was unlike any Graphics Card packaging I personally had seen before so, it immediately sets itself apart. Inside the box are two cables, several documents, a driver's CD, and the Card itself.

INSTALLATION

The card went in fairly easily with my PSU having all the required connectors but, it is a very large card and it actually is slightly loner than an ATX mainboard is wide. The only confusing part is that the Dongles included are obviously there for adapting your power supply connectors but, one of the notes told you not to use them... I was a little baffled by this but, I didn't need them anyway so, it was all good.

Oh and the biggest issue I had with installation was the fact that I don't have an optical drive and I couldn't even find reference to the website on the enclosed materials. It's okay though as it turns out they used the stock AMD Drivers so, you can get those on the website.

BUILD

The card itself seems very sturdy and it features Dual Fans (Double D is Dual Dissipation) as well as Copper Heat Pipes to effectively manage the heat better. The design appears to be really well done and I'm not sure you're going to find a much better build than this.

One note however, I do give the Asus a slight edge as it has a back plate to prevent it from suffering any sagging of the circuit board as that has been shown to be an issue on the Gigabyte R9-280x boards and the verdict is still out on the XFX but, so far so good.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By allquixotic on June 24, 2014
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Got it on sale for $269, free shipping with prime... the price is incredible! I paid more than double that for my HD7970 when it first hit the market.

The Tahiti core is no longer the fastest single-GPU around (as it was touted when it was originally released as the HD7970), but it's still an extremely capable chip that can run all the latest DirectX and OpenGL APIs. I am running this card successfully in CrossFireX with a HD7970. This works because the R9 280X and the HD 7970 use the same GPU core, just a different brand name and packaging.

I don't overclock, and my case is a Corsair Obsidian 650D with the stock cooling solution (air). Running the Unigine Valley 1.0 benchmark at maximum settings with Catalyst 14.4, I get between 60 and 110 FPS with CrossFireX between this card running at its stock speeds, and a Sapphire Radeon HD 7970 running at its stock (non-GHz Edition) speeds. With just the Sapphire card alone, I get between 30 and 50 FPS depending on the scene. Temperatures on both cards don't pass 80 Celsius even after extended use, but I do manually set the fans to run at 70% (I'm fine with the noise, I have great noise-canceling headphones).

One thing to keep in mind is that, for effective air cooling of cards of this size and power, you aren't going to get a very quiet build (assuming no water cooling). It's just not possible to design something that moves air in the quantities required to cool this beast under load, without it getting loud. Granted, the stock fan in the HD7970 (original release of the Tahiti core) was much louder (higher pitch) than the dual fans on this XFX card, but they're both loud cards.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Danksauce on November 17, 2013
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System: Windows 7 64-bit
i5 3570k OC @ 4.3
16gb ddr3 2400
Asus Maximus V mobo
128GB SSD (for os)
1TB HD
1000w psu
25" 1920x1080

Upgraded from a 6870 crossfire set-up. Loved this set-up last 3 awesome years. Though, it was the bottleneck of my system so it was definitely time to upgrade when BF4 came out. What a difference this card makes! Jumped up over 40fps in nearly all of my games. My go-to benchmark for my system is Just Cause 2 - Dark Tower. I know, it's an older game. I'm just very familiar with how system runs with that. Using that bench test since my 3870x2 days and past computer set-ups. With the 6870CF, it's 101fps. Jumped to 145fps with this one card. Completely destroys any game I throw at it. BF4 with high combat, outside fighting, minimum 65fps. Indoor or just running around 80-100fps on ULTRA. I feel I don't even have to mention any other game. Just think of your favorite game and this card will destroy it with highest settings! Of course, at time of writing.

Don't feel the need to OC this yet. Though, I read this card can easily perform on par with the GTX 780 when OC'd. Make sure you have adequate airflow. This card blows the hot air down into your case instead of out through the back. If you're going to CF these cards, take that into consideration. The top card will get hotter than the bottom. So spacing and airflow is very important. Which reminds me abut something I've read about, make sure you get a 10cm CF bridge, which this card does not come with. The way this card is designed, the bridge has to go around the fan casing, and you'll have to break off that little tab thing on the end of the bottom bridge. Guaranteed the one it came with wont be long enough. It's AMDs not XFXs fault.
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