Review

1 FEB

Hardware Canucks explore the Tri-X 390X

This is a ringing endorsement of Sapphire’s heatsink engineering if there ever was one. Temperatures remained tightly controlled throughout our test, never reaching over 72°C. Compare and contrast that to the reference R9 290X and the difference is like night and day. 


1 FEB

Hardware Canucks tackles the Tri-X Fury

Quiet is the name of the game here. Sapphire has shown they can effectively cool the Fiji Pro core without excessive fan noise. That is one heck of an accomplishment and points towards how efficient their Tri-X design really is. 


28 JAN

MaximumPC Tackles the Nitro 380X

What we can say is that 380X wins the battle at 1080p Ultra and 1440p Ultra by nearly 20 percent against the 2GB card. The gap at 4K is even larger, but it’s not really a target resolution for either GPU. Sure, AMD’s 380X consumes about 50W more power under load, but over the course of a year of very heavy use (eight hours per day, seven days a week), that 50W difference amounts to $15-$30 (depending on your price for electricity, naturally), and you’re still getting better performance.


26 JAN

그래픽 | [리뷰] SAPPHIRE 라데온 R9 Fury Tri-X NITRO

SAPPHIRE Radeon™ R9 Fury Tri-X NITRO 체크포인트
1. 사파이어 NITRO 시리즈 특유의 메탈릭 디자인
2. Radeon™ R9 Fury에 최적화된 설계로 전력효율 증가
3. 손쉽게 디테일한 오버클럭까지 가능한 TriXX 프로그램 지원


26 JAN

그래픽 | [리뷰] SAPPHIRE 라데온 R9 Fury Tri-X NITRO

SAPPHIRE Radeon R9 Fury Tri-X NITRO 체크포인트
1. 사파이어 NITRO 시리즈 특유의 메탈릭 디자인
2. Radeon™ R9 Fury 최적화된 설계로 전력효율 증가
3. 손쉽게 디테일한 오버클럭까지 가능한 TriXX 프로그램 지원


25 JAN

CPU Looks at Nitro 380

In the benchmarks, 1,920 x 1,080 seemed to be where this card performs best. Scores in Dying Light were very respectable at both the low and high resolutions, though if you plan to play more demanding games like The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, plan to reduce settings or limit your resolution to 1080p to get the best experience. Gamers looking for a lot of performance for not a lot of scratch will find lots to love about SAPPHIRE’s NITRO R9 380. 


19 JAN

Sapphire Nitro R9 380X 4G D5

Sapphire cools all of this with its Dual-X cooler, a twin fan heatpipe that gives the card final dimennsions of 238mm x 127mm x 41mm, making it easily fit inside a dual slot position. It's a OdB solution, meaning that both fans are disabled under light load, making it utterly silent. Even under full load it's a beautifully quiet creation at just 42dB, making it hard to hear over the other fans in a PC.


19 NOV

PC World looks at Nitro 380X

That said, the R9 380X fills a crucial hole in the market, and it’s the best 1080p/60fps card around—for now, at least.


19 NOV

Gamers Nexus reviews Nitro 380X

AMD's R9 380X is a card we feel confident in recommending. The 380X features known architecture, so it is a bit boring in that department, but the better-late driver stability improvements make the 380X a serious challenger to the 960. In this arena, the R9 380X wins-out in enough games – and sometimes by big margins, though generally closer to ~5-10% – that it's not another case of “AMD comes close.” No, with the 380X, AMD actually does beat the competition's pure FPS output in a number of games. Black Ops III shows the 960 4GB slightly ahead, but GTA V and the many others above do favor the 380X.