|Max Screen Resolution||4096 x 2160|
|Graphics Coprocessor||AMD Radeon|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||8 GB|
Sapphire Radeon NITRO R9 390 8GB GDDR5 DVI-D / HDMI / TRIPLE DP Tri-X OC Version (UEFI) PCI-E Graphics Card 11244-00-20G
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- 1 x DVI-D 1 x HDMI 3 x DisplayPort
- 8GB 512-Bit GDDR5
- Core Clock 1010 MHz
- 2560 Stream Processors
- PCI Express 3.0
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|Built-In Media||—||Graphics card, Drivers & Utilities, MSI Afterburner, MSI Predator, 6 pin PCIe power cable||installation CD, manual||installation cd, user guide||installation CD, manual||Video Card, driver cd, quick install guide|
|Item Dimensions||13.25 x 2.75 x 8.5 in||13.75 x 10.75 x 3.5 in||12.75 x 2.75 x 8.5 in||12.75 x 2.75 x 8.5 in||11.25 x 3.5 x 6.5 in||10.63 x 1.57 x 4.88 in|
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Sapphire Radeon NITRO R9 390 8GB GDDR5 DVI-D / HDMI / TRIPLE DP Tri-X OC Version (UEFI) PCI-Express Graphics Card
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Runs cool, silly fast.
Better value and more future proof than the GTX 970.
The other posters are correct. Since the card is so new, Windows Update will try to automatically install an old driver for the 200 series and on restart you will get a black screen. If you are to late simply boot in safe mode, go into System, Device Manager, Display, and right-click and uninstall the driver. Restart and you will get your screen back. From here simply install the new drivers from AMD's site. IDEALLY you should also use the Display Driver Uninstaller tool first which is free online - Then install the new drivers to make sure everything is clean.
The card runs very cool inside my case and I even overclocked it. I took the stock 1010mhz to 1068mhz and the memory clock from the stock 1500mhz to a 1750mhz. A small stable overclock and with about a 5-9% gaming improvement. While playing Ark Survival Evolved for an hour on High and Epic settings at 1440p while overclocked the GPU max temp was at 63C. Definitely worth the money.
I will recommend that if you do overclock your card make sure you have adequate cooling in your case.
When it comes to the GTX 970 this card beats it in all of my in game benchmark tests(The 970 wins in synthetic benchmarks but it means next to nothing when you actually start playing games and is even more noticeable in games like Shadow of Mordor with the HD texture pack installed) Also this card wind at 1440p every time convincingly. When it comes to cooling the G1 Gigabyte 970 that i previously owned actually lost to the R9 390 surprisingly but only by 3-4 degrees Celsius. That being said this card is a little more power hungry but at idle the power draw is almost if not the same as the 970. Take it from someone who has owned both cards this AMD monster is the clear winner when it comes to price and performance.
Edited and updated 7/6/16}
It's been about a year since I purchased it and I'm now editing it so it's less confusing for anyone else reading this. My processor is a 6 core AMD FX 6300, and my Motherboard is a MSI 970 ATX board with 16gb of RAM. I do understand that the Fx 6300 bottlenecks the 390 from performing at its peak, but even still its great at what it does despite all that.
Pros: Overall it can play everything on high settings without frame drop, (The only exception is for most newer games like GTA V, Doom and Fallout 4). 8gb VRAM, like what isn't great about that? Runs really cool and without any noticeable sound, but with headphones you can hear it when it gets up to 73c, which by the way is the highest temp I have seen it hit ( this may actually be the cpu cooler, and if it is I'll mark it down as being such when I install my new cooler soon).
Cons: 13.25" x 8.50" are the dimensions so with my older Asrock Micro ATX board and NZXT Full Tower Source 530 case they don't line up all the way, but it was a tight fit until I got my new MSI Gaming Motherboard installed, it fit in perfectly, as long as I wiggled the card around a bit to get it to fit into the mounting screw holes.
Also Pcpartpicker shouts at me that my Source 530 ATX Full Tower Case supports video cards up to 444mm long, but video cards over 282mm may block drive bays, which is true, if you have more than 4 or more drives in your bays. I didn't really see HOW it would block them, only if you didn't take out the adjustable fan mount on the three drive bay.
Driver support for new games isn't the best lately with AMD, both Fallout 4 and Doom were almost disasters for me alone on launch. I have constant freezing issues with Doom and I can't get rid of them without hard rebooting from a powered down state of my PC. Fallout 4 has framerate issues in the city although to be fair it's not as bad now as it was about 8 months ago. AMD isn't usually the best with their driver support day 1 so keep that in mind when purchasing the card and also purchasing new games if you already own it.
Specific games like GTA V (which takes up a lot of vram even with this card) have some expected pop in and junk frame drops from 60 to 40 out of nowhere, also screen tearing is there too but its not a big issue that I've seen. (gtav doesn't like you going fast and it ironically has fast cars so don't expect it to keep that stable 60fps when you're in a Adder going 200 mph+ down the freeway)
Older games like Skyrim, Oblivion, Civ 5, Far Cry 2 and 3, and World of Warcraft run great and can keep a stable 60 plus framerate no matter what settings you put them on.
Newer games like Metal Gear Solid 5, Doom (4), Black Ops 3, Overwatch and Fallout 4 have difficulty keeping a stable framerate when looking at far distances with lots of detail.
Also surprising is the lack of support day 1 for most of these new titles, where as AMD's rival Nvidia has day one patches for most of these games, and the framerate/performance for this card suffers because of that lack of support either by the developer or AMD itself.
Even with more Cons than Pros, this still gets a 5/5 (4/5 a year ago on Newegg when it came out). Even with rendering programs like Adobe Premiere or After Effects coupled with a SSD and 6 core processor, I haven't found a thing this card can't do well.
Other Thoughts: I haven't tested out 1440p or 4k because I don't have a monitor that supports it, but from other websites I've been to and videos by JayZTwoCents think this card can handle it as long as you over clock it to basically preform parallel to a 390X.
(Also from my experience I wouldn't overclock this card if you have a FX6300 like I do, because I actually receive worse performance because of the bottleneck the CPU has on the GPU.)
Buy this card if you don't know if it's good enough, it's satisfied my every need.
Their TriX cooler kept this card cool at 46-52 idle and 68-71 under load (on average). Also my 390 came without a backplate which is kinda a bummer, but Sapphire had to keep the costs low with this card which is understandable, just be extra careful with it if you do receive a 390 without a backplate.
Final Thoughts / TL;DR: This is a great card, that keeps cool and does what is advertised and even overclocked to 1125Mhz Core Clock it blows my expectations away. Sapphire pulled off a great card IMO and will support them in the future when they release another new card from AMD.
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