Asus brings a fierce mid-range GPU to table. Chris Zele tells you why this R9 280 is a winner.
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Mini ReviewStandard 7870 GHz boards are unbeatable for 1080p gaming. But is this overclocked effort too pricey?
Mini ReviewIt's not exactly cheap, but compared to the ridiculous price of a Titan, does this offer value for money?
Mini ReviewAsus has nailed the GTX 760 form factor with an impressive cooling array and a rather tasty price tag to match.
This is the first high-end graphics card we've come across that's been designed from the ground up for the small form factor, mini-ITX crowd.
Featuring an only slightly cut-down GK104 GPU compared to the top-end GTX 680, we were big fans of the GTX 670 when it first tipped up. It was only a little slower than the top GeForce card and was much cheaper.
There's a tremendous sense of value when you get this Asus version of AMD's HD 7950 out of the box. It really is rather massive.
We've been waiting for the mainstream-oriented GTX 660 Ti since we first saw the Kepler architecture way back in March this year.
The big issue though for this, effectively, slightly cut-down GeForce GTX 570 is that you can actually pick up a full GTX 570 for only a little more than the price of this hobbled version. The enhanced cooling gives it a bit of an edge, but the triple slot GTX 570 DirectCU II is available for only £259. And that's the card we'd recommend over this one.