AMD is shaking up its mid-range graphics cards line-up today, by slashing the price of the Radeon R7 260X and introducing the more powerful Radeon R7 265. Though their model numbers are quite similar, the Radeon R7 265 is actually built around a beefier GPU than the 260X, and is more like the higher-end Radeon R9 270X. AMD is positioning the Radeon R7 265 against NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost. Stock on that GPU, however, has been drying up as of late, perhaps in anticipation of another new release aimed at the sub-$200 “sweet spot” of the graphics card market? We’ll know soon enough, but we’re getting ahead of ourselves. For now let’s take a look at AMD’s latest mainstream GPU and see how it stacks up to the competition available today...
AMD Radeon R7 265 Mainstream GPU Review
I think that people should spend a few extra bucks and get this instead of the r9 260x :).
I think this is a fairly inexpensive card for what you get. You can run two in crossfire and get better results than with some of the alternatives that cost more than buying two of these.
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