AMD R9 270X Review

Metro : 2033 and Last Light

AMD R9 270X Review

Metro 2033

Still the most frustrating title since the dark days of Crysis Warhead, Metro 2033 isn't too bad at all on the 270X, managing to match the 40FPS from the much more expensive GTX770. 

Metro Last Light

So far Last Light has been a depressing demonstration of poor optimisation, and so it continues with the R9 270X. 17 FPS is appalling, and to reach single digits in 2560x1440 is ridiculous. However, we're almost certain this is entirely the fault of 4A Games who must have Quad-SLI GTX Titans in their QA rig.


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08-10-2013, 00:01:05


The second of our first two reviews of the new AMD range of GPUs is the R9 270X, based on the Tahiti LE core.

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08-10-2013, 00:15:47

Thanks for the nice review as alwaysQuote

08-10-2013, 02:18:34

Nice review, but I'm sure you can get a 7870 for less that £180 and as said in the review, it has pretty much the same performance.Quote

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