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The ASUS GTX 780 DirectCU II OC definitely impressed PC-Max.de, with its impressive performance, additional overclocking potential, build quality and DirectCU II cooling. Together PC-Max.de gave it its Recommendation Award.
Tweaktown has reviewed the ASUS R9 280X DirectCU II TOP 3GB graphics card, which managed to score 91 percent and impressed them enough to get the TT Must Have Best Overclocking Award.
After checking out the ASUS R9 270 DirectCU II OC earlier this week and giving it an Editor’s Choice award, Techpowerup took the new ASUS R9 270X DirectCU II TOP for a spin and after some more, extensive testing, awarding it also with a Highly Recommended an 8.9 overall score.
Here’s a taster of our new ROG graphics card below, to see how we designed its shape and styling. You’ll see more very soon (especially those of you attending Dreamhack Winter!)
The ASUS R9 270 DirectCU II OC review at Techpowerup was granted an Editors Choice award and a score of 9.2 by Graphics Editor, W1zzard. The R9 270 DirectCU II OC is based on AMD’s Pitcairn GPU and features a full custom design with DirectCU II cooler and a factory overclock. According to Techpowerup the R9 270 DirectCU II OC sits right in the sweet-spot segment for gamers, at just below US $200.
We’re always hunting for some of the most awesome ROG builds, and this time we came across Mhike Smasin’s SilverStone Raven RV02 mod. Mhike decided to give the case a beautiful orange paint job and some high-end watercooling. His build is overall very clean and there has been a lot of attention to the fine details. For example, have a closer look at the power supply, or the SLI bridge – very nice!
See the gallery inside. Nice job, Mhike!
The R9 270X series is the step below AMD’s R9 280X and our MATRIX R9 280X. As you can see the DirectCU II cooler is a bit smaller and it doesn’t have the CoolTech fan, but it still has the great design and fat heatpipes on top of DIGI+ VRM and Super Alloy Power technology. Here’s what you get when you buy one!
In case the full-beaned MATRIX with its GPU-load lighting, buttons and connectors that do cool stuff and the other ROG extras is more than you need, then the ASUS R9 280X DirectCU II should be ideal for your gaming PC.