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collinpark 33 17 September 21, 2016 at 08:09 AM in Video Cards (5) More Micro Center Deals
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Last Edited by jersharocks September 21, 2016 at 10:09 AM
http://www.microcenter.com/produc...Video_Card

microcenter has the R9 nano at $290
cheapest i see from google shopping/newegg for $430
small form factor (great for mini itx, micro atx and full size cases too)

great card for dx11 amazing for dx12
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i see zero reviews anywhere of this?

no reason for me to get this though
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i see zero reviews anywhere of this?

no reason for me to get this though
amd has never been very popular, gaining traction from it's superior dx 12 performance (microsoft is pushing dx 12 over 11 and amd cards are aging better than nvidia's)
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i see zero reviews anywhere of this?

no reason for me to get this though
pretty sure this is for the itx market.

pretty small video card.
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I have a version of this card. it's definitely for the mini ITX build but it's smokin' fast. If i was slapping together another tiny ITX box, I'd pick up another in a heartbeat at that price.
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I picked up this card, I can play overwatch in 1080p with 60 FPS on ultra, dropping it into a pre-built from bestbuy that I got for cheap (gen 4 i5, 12 gb ram)

it is the small formfactor for mITX cases.
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Last edited by antsam9 September 21, 2016 at 09:27 AM
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Only 10% faster than an rx 480, save your cash and get a newer card or wait for the Rx Nano if it ever comes.
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Sold out, looks like.
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I don't see much of a reason to get this over a SFF GTX 1060 which runs between $200 or $230. Not entirely sure how they benchmark against each other but I can't imagine it's a big difference and IMO Nvidia cards are much more consistent in their performance.
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So this is a half PCI slot? Because I'm looking for something like this to fit in my HP small form factor.
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I don't see much of a reason to get this over a SFF GTX 1060 which runs between $200 or $230. Not entirely sure how they benchmark against each other but I can't imagine it's a big difference and IMO Nvidia cards are much more consistent in their performance.
They have almost the same performance on average at 1080p.
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They have almost the same performance on average at 1080p.
If you are doing 1080p then a 470 or 960 would be fine.

Quote from Alphonze88 View Post :
I don't see much of a reason to get this over a SFF GTX 1060 which runs between $200 or $230. Not entirely sure how they benchmark against each other but I can't imagine it's a big difference and IMO Nvidia cards are much more consistent in their performance.
Consistently fast in older games.
Not so much in newer games that are adopting dx12.
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Last edited by freddingo September 21, 2016 at 02:40 PM
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Maxwell 2 level of performance-per-watt from this card and a very high level of engineering. It uses a copper vapor chamber.

The drawback is that the noise level is higher due to the single fan.

Reviews for brands are pretty irrelevant since all nanos appear to be engineered the same way.
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If you are doing 1080p then a 470 or 960 would be fine.
Sure those are fine for 1080p now but I'd prefer great for now and good for a few years to come myself, and that's the GTX 1060.
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