SAPPHIRE AMD R7 265 Graphics Card (2GB, DDR5)
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The SAPPHIRE R7 265 Dual-X has 2GB of the latest DDR5 memory clocked at 1400MHz (5.6GB/s effective) and core clocks of 900MHz (925MHz with dynamic boost) to deliver new levels of performance in its price segment. Performance is optimised with the latest version of AMD's PowerTune technology.
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You can probably get a r9 270x for a few pounds more but you'd probably want a 500W psu where as the corsair 430 works for this card just fine.
The fan isn't as quite as the Artic fan I bought for my last card, but it also doesn't sound like a jet engine.
Mordor just released its system specs, to get Ultra you'll need 6GB of vram, and that'll cost you a lot more than this. But if you want to keep up with the PS4 and XBone, this card should keep you going for a few years. This is exactly what I was looking for, so 5 stars *****
One small problem, and I'm not sure if mine is the only one or if it's a common problem, there has been some issues turning my PC on since it got it. I now have to turn it on, turn it off and then on again to get an image. I didn't have this problem before so it must be the card.
Other than that its a great little card, definitely recommend
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great graphics card for the price that is capable of running almost any game, including GTA V at about 45 fps in dense areas on mostly high settings.Published 12 months ago by Jon Cole
Isnt aupported very well in my case, need to prop it up or i get fan rubPublished 18 months ago by Sam
Bought this to crossfire with my xfx 7850, works like a dream in crossfire, no problems setting up at all.Published 24 months ago by Anthony Skellington