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As R9 380s go, the MSI Gaming 2G model is an impressive card. It allows us to game at 1920×1080 and 2560×1440 with good detail levels, even reaching up to 4k gaming given the right titles. Great looks and an exceptional cooler mean that the card gets our Recommended award.

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  1. FrankyG

    For someone who has a two year old R9 280 Sapphire, would you suggest purchasing this card now as a good upgrade or waiting a bit until the price drops?

    • Hi, no. Its not a suitable upgrade for you. The R9 390, Fury cards and GTX 970 and above would be the models you should consider. I’d say watch out for the reviews of the new AMD cards mentioned and then make your decision.

  2. I am using 6870 now, should i go with 380 or 280? Thanks

    • You will probably find some great deals on 280X at the moment while retailers get rid of stock. Thats what I would go for…

      • Stefan

        The 280X is great. I use the 3GB version from MSI two years now. Have no game in ultra settings the card struggles with (in 1080p). I would recommend the 280X 100%, but the card has one issue. No FreeSync!

  3. Coming from a GTX 570 (and 1080p gaming monitor) would you recommend this card over a 390? I have no intention of purchasing a new monitor any time soon.

    • It handles 1080 gaming well, so yes. Why spend the extra money. Do check out the R9-285 though, if its significantly cheaper than the 380 where you are then buy that. They are the same thing and the 285 is being phased out so could be on sale.

  4. Would you recommend this card as the best bang for its buck or should I go with a gtx960? Although it might be not as much performant as the r9 380, the gtx960 consumes a lot less power am I right?

    • The difference in your electricity bill will be minimal, especially if you have a decent high efficiency PSU. So go with the card that has the best features (or price) for you.

  5. Cippo95

    Between a 380 and a 280x/7970, which card will perform better?
    I think the 280x but nowadays is it worth to pref a 280x on the 380?

  6. Apat Jasman

    if my proc is i5 2nd gen..which card should i upgrade between r7 370 or r9 380 ?

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