XFX R9-290A-EDFD - Tarjeta gráfica con Radeon R9 290 (4 GB ddr5 sdram)
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Descripción del producto
Acorde RoHS: Si
Alta Definición Total: Si
Altura: 14,3 cm
Altura de la caja: 9,8 cm
Ancho: 29,5 cm
Ancho de datos: 512 Bit
Ancho de la caja: 16 cm
Cables incluidos: PCIe
Cantidad de DisplayPorts: 1
Cantidad de puertos DVI-D: 2
Color del producto: Negro
Conectores de energia suplementario: 1x 6-pin, 1x 8-pin
Discrete graphics adapter memory: 4 GB
Dual Link DVI: Si
Familia de procesadores de gráficos: AMD
Manual de usuario: Si
Máxima resolución: 4096 x 2160 Pixeles
Máximas pantallas por tarjeta de video: 6
Número de puertos HDMI: 1
Número de ranuras: 2
Peso del paquete: 1,46 kg
Procesador gráfico: Radeon R9 290
Procesadores de corriente: 2560
Profundidad: 4,2 cm
Profundidad de la caja: 33,6 cm
Puerto DVI: 2
Resolución (máxima analógica): 2048 x 1536 Pixeles
Resolución (máxima digital): 4096 x 2160 Pixeles
Sintonizador de TV integrado: No
Sistema operativo Windows soportado: Windows 7 Home Basic, Windows 7 Home Basic x64, Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 7 Home Premium x64, Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Professional x64, Windows 7 Starter, Windows 7 Starter x64, Windows 7 Ultimate, Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 Enterprise, Windows 8 Enterprise x64, Windows 8 Pro, Windows 8 Pro x64, Windows 8 x64, Windows Vista Business, Windows Vista Business x64, Windows Vista Enterprise, Windows Vista Enterprise x64, Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows Vista Home Basic x64, Windows Vista Home Premium, Windows Vista Home Premium x64, Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows Vista Ultimate x64, Windows XP Home, Windows XP Home x64, Windows XP Professional, Windows XP Professional x64
Soporte para proceso paralelo: 2-Way CrossFireX
Suministro de energía al sistema mínimo: 750W
Tecnología HD3D: Si
Tipo de enfriamiento: Activo
Tipo de interfaz: PCI Express 3.0
Tipo de memoria de adaptador gráfico: GDDR5-SDRAM
Velocidad de memoria del reloj: 5000 MHz
Velocidad de reloj: 947 MHz
Versión DirectX: 11.2
Versión HDMI: 1.4a
Versión OpenCL: 1.2
Versión OpenGL: 4.3
Versión de DisplayPort: 1.2
Opiniones de clientes
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El diseño es bonito, con una franja cromada al costado y XFX iluminado, bastante gamer.
Necesita espacio para montarla, única objeción.
El precio me convenció. Una buena elección.
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Forced to under clock my cards to prevent game crashes hopefully its just bad drivers which from what I've been reading is the case but I will up date after I talk to AMD and see what they say but overall there still killing games i had overclocked and was getting phenomenal results and still do but curtain games are just misbehaving I digress overall these cards are killer and I would still recommend them to anyone in the market.
April 24, 2014 -
With beta drivers 14.3 everything is running really well no problems what so ever even was able to Overclock these bad-boys to get some extra power so all in all really happy all my prior complaints have been addressed and now my cards are running better than ever!!!
May 24, 2014 -
Got my 4k display today, My cards are running surprisingly well Bf4 constant 60 fps Ultra everything 3820x2160 and that's with FXAA plus v sync without v sync i get like 70-75 fps but that's not needed on a 60hz panel. However the cards are using 100% constant and are now hitting 94c or at least the main one is the other one doesn't go above 75 or 80.. I'm looking into adding 2 more cards to my setup but the only problem I've encountered is AMD doesn't make a motherboard with enough slots I currently use a 9590 for my processor and they don't make a single extended motherboard with the AM3+ socket unfortunately. Intel here i come :).... GREAT CARD!
August 11, 2014 -
Just a quick check in Cards are still working great no problems with the cards what so ever there really just working perfectly, my one gripe not even really about the cards is that on bf4 I cant play it with mantle on anymore?... Just freezes but with Direct-x it works perfect and from what I've been reading it's my overclock and mantle apparently doesn't cope with overclocks very well so AMD get your API together to get slightly off topic i really do love mantle it gives a really nice performance increase so whenever they get all the bugs finally ironed out it will be amazing... Gaming in 4k is breathe-taking the detail is unparalleled and totally worth the money you'll spend but anyways these cards really are just top notch and worth every penny. Still HIGHLY Recommend!!!
October 18, 2014 -
One TIP/complaint to add DONT I repeat DO NOT buy these from amazon as I have been doing this whole time buy them from Newegg because you'll get the never settle bundle and get three free games of your choice isn't that awesome wish I would have known sooner and if XFX reads this and wants me to buy my forth card from amazon give me one never settle code and I'll be happy lol! Seriously though :)
For the record my Pc Build:
Gigabyte G1 Gaming Wi-Fi
5930k - H105
Corsair Vengeance DDR4 - 2666
2x AMD R9 290's
AX 1200i Power Supply
I have been running this card for about 2 weeks. It is very important that you thoroughly clean your system of old drivers. I use DDU at Guru3d. I installed the newest beta 14.4 drivers. At stock speeds I was not overly impressed with the card. Installing an overclocking program helps keep the throttling under control. Be aware of MSI afterburner, even though it is a great overclocking program, it can interfere with many other programs and can ruin installs and uninstalls of other programs.
So with a clean install of drivers, and a 15% overclocking with a 10% increase in power limit 1100Mhz GPU and 1400Mhz memory. I was able to achieve a 3Dmark Firestrike score of @ 10000 and extreme score of @ 5000. I have a socket 2011 MB with 32GB ram at 1600Mhz and a I7 3820k at 4.6Ghz
In BF4 with Mantle enabled I am able to achieve 90-120FPS in ultra, everything maxed on a 1080p monitor. I can also Max out and play Maxpayne 3 super smooth (haven't Benched yet), Arma 3 is Awesome and super smooth.
So it can eat up everything you can through at it. For the price of 439.00 it out performs the Nvidia GTX780 and is right on up there with the GTX Titan and TI. Nvidia makes great products, but they need to get competitive in pricing again.
Mining performance. I have just started dabbling in mining and am a newb. But I was not able to get that normal Khs that others were able to achieve. I am not convinced it is the card yet, I am able to get a consistent 700 KHs average. I believe it is the throttling of the card that is keeping me from a constant >800 khs. (Edit) I have done quite a bit of research and testing, KH/s rate is not that important, what is important is your consistency and accuracy. Besides the pools don't actually use the KH/s rate reported by your miner. My KH/s average about 688 but my WU is constantly around a 5 (Effectively 3.5MH/s but remember the pool and luck is a big random factor) that is the number you want to focus on, and then your temps. Keep it as cool as possible. Mine never goes above 85 deg with my settings (in my case) Try these (-w 256 -I 16 -g 1 --auto-fan --gpu-engine 750-850 --gpu-memclock 1400 --gpu-powertune -20 --temp-target 85 --temp-overheat 90 --temp-cutoff 95 --shaders 2560 --thread-concurrency 30720)
The card is quiet at 100 fan throttle. Far quieter than my older Asus and XFX cards. I would not however recommend more than 2 of these cards in any case. Each card can draw 250+ Watts depending on overclocking. Imagine a halogen lamp in your computer case generating heat.
Running 2 of these cards in a case without liquid cooling for mining is not a feasible. I upgraded my case because I thought I could do it, but even with 9 fans with optimal airflow, the cards sit too close together and the thermal load gets too hot. If you want to put 2 cards in a case, you either go with the reference design, or go water cooling. I separated my cards and put one of them in my HTPC and now I can game full screen on steam with no problems at all. Since I am only on one computer at a time, I can always have one computer mining full bore, that works out much better in the long run.
With my case upgrade to a Rosewill Armor Evolution my temps are much better, max of 78 deg celsius with one card mining full speed. Typical temp is 74 deg celsius. Airflow in a case is very important. Equal intake and exhaust must be achieved with fan control or your temps will raise rapidly.
Also, Mantle drivers (BF4 in particular) for crossfire are not even close to where they need to be. I had many issues with 2 cards in my system. Mantle works great with one card.
Speaking of power, most power supplies operate their most efficient at 50% of their rated wattage and it goes downhill from there. You should never exceed more than 75% of your wattage in a system, or you will dramatically decrease the life of your system. for one of these cards you should have a minimum of a 850 Watt PS. I would recommend EVGA, XFX, or Seasonic gold power supplies stable constant power is the key to a great running system.
Don't forget to go to XFX and register your card within 15 days of purchase for the LIFETIME warranty.
So to sum it up, you have a ton of overclocking headroom on this card, with fewer shaders I doubt it can beat a 290x Clock for clock, but for the price of $439.00 why haven't you bought this card yet? It outperforms Nvidia 780Ti's at $700.00 making it a super deal. It's only drawback is power that it draws, It needs to operate in the 250-350(OC) watt range.
Be mindful however that this card pumps out heat. It will get quite hot and warm up the room. Being in Florida, this can be a bad thing in the summer..