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PowerColor PCS+ Radeon R9 380 GDDR5 256Bit 4GB Video Card $164.99 AR + FS

leedan73 56 26 January 13, 2016 at 03:26 PM in Video Cards (6) More Newegg Deals
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Last Edited by cricket702 January 13, 2016 at 04:28 PM
PowerColor PCS+ Radeon R9 380 GDDR5 256Bit Video Card $164.99 AR + FS

link: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6814131673


pretty good price! Smilie You also get a free power bank with the purchase.
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I see this one from xfx is just an extra give bucks AR and the rebate expires the 16th.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...-_-Product
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Quote from WickedEndoNinja View Post :
I see this one from xfx is just an extra give bucks AR and the rebate expires the 16th.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...-_-Product [newegg.com]
Looks like the XFX one is the 2GB version. I'd say the PowerColor (4GB) is a much hotter deal.
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I picked up 4 of these. Thanks for the post! I originally bought one when they first released for my son's computer, and after seeing how well it performs (basically all current titles on ultra, 50-60fps, at 1080p) I planned on nabbing more for my other kid's computers. Great card for the money!
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Not buying squat that's not VR ready. 380 is slow.
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Not buying squat that's not VR ready. 380 is slow.
VR cards will be extremely pricey, right? I'm assuming, I have no idea how much they will cost.
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Not buying squat that's not VR ready. 380 is slow.
getting ready for VR porn?
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VR cards will be extremely pricey, right? I'm assuming, I have no idea how much they will cost.
Not necessarily, NVIDIA 970 can be had for $250 after rebates and coupon.

The NVIDIA pascal line may give us even lower end cards that are VR capable.

Not buying video cards till next round of cards come out for both manufacturers.

This card would be find for light gaming, but not for future use on new games.
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Would this work in conjunction with my R9 280 4gb?!

EDIT: Disregard I have an r9 290
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Would an R9 390 work in conjunction with my r9 290? the way I understand it is they are 95% similar?
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Would an R9 390 work in conjunction with my r9 290? the way I understand it is they are 95% similar?
Not likely
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good for an entry level card
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Quote from umrdyldo View Post :
Not buying squat that's not VR ready. 380 is slow.
Such useless input. Not everyone is interested in VR and most people will not have the systems capable of it. Anyone looking at this budget card most likely won't.

Anyways, this card is the absolute best you can do for $180 right now. Don't really think the rebate is reliable from power color.

It will run almost every current title on high to ultra depending on the game at 1080p.

As far as future gaming, it will do absolutely fine. Do not expect VR from it, but it should be able to hit high-ultra on almost every game for the next few years.
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Decent price for a good card for 1080P gaming. If you want higher res or to be "future proof," there will always be something on the horizon that will be better. Just assess your needs and buy accordingly. This card would work perfectly for my uses.
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What's the NVidia GTX equivalent of this card? TIA.
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