Grid was tested at 1920×1200 and 1680×1050 with no anti-aliasing no anisotropic filtering. Detail levels within the game were all set to their maximum level.
The results achieved by the two products in Race Driver Grid are very close and it would be almost impossible to tell the two cards apart if they were running side by side. At 1280×720 the Radeon has a slight advantage in performance but as we move up to 1920×1200 we see that the GeForce suffers less of a drop in framerates and finishes a few frames per second higher than the XFX card on the minimum statistic.
PowerColor offer their own branded version of the liquid cooled R9 295 X2… and now for those who want a similar level of framerate they have their air cooled dual core R9 290X with Devil 13 branding. Today we take a look at this R9 290X2 to see what Powercolor can do with their custom design card in a selection of games including Battlefield 4 and GRID Autosport at 4K resolution.
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