"La Sapphire RX 470 Nitro+ è la scheda perfetta per giocare in Full HD con la qualità sparata al massimo, senza dissanguarsi per comprarla."
It's the proverbial small package that good things come in
Another Radeon R9 380X, another great performer. SAPPHIRE has made a great case for consumers buying its Nitro R9 380X, as it has great styling, great performance and even some awesome headroom for overclocking.
I have to admit that the card Sapphire R9 390 NITRO very positively surprised me. A long time I had no contact with the AMD cards, and as you can see, I missed a lot. These products can definitely compete with the proposals from the green and successfully win with them in certain applications. This particular card can not be denied good performance and potential. Sapphire gives us really two possibilities. Or we decide to overclock and a little louder, but still acceptable job or lowering the level of fan speed and we are quiet, but still powerful accelerator. Another issue is the appearance and quality, which stands at the highest level.Practically I can not to anything. By reading this article you must also remember that the shop version of the card is also equipped with a backplate, which in the test version, unfortunately, ran out, and certainly it would contribute to even better visual feedback.
With a clear conscience I can this card recommend to every player who was standing in front of a choice of cards for about 1500zł.
I am amazed at what this card can do for such a low price, even compared to it more expensive and supposedly updated counterpart. Check out my review of the Sapphire Radeon NITRO R9 390 8GB card. It's what NITRO does.
The black and silver styling still looks great. The performance is great when testing at 1080p and thanks to the increased vRAM 1440p can hold its own now as well. It’s not the fastest ITX card on the market anymore but it’s the only reasonable option.
- Sapphire build quality
- Good looks
- 1080 budget Performance
Well like I said earlier I think a lot of $600 builds are looking at spending about $150 to $200 for a video card and the Sapphire Nitro R7 370 comes in right in the middle of that.
The new Sapphire design is a nice improvement as well on most accounts. The new blacked out design is sure to go over better for people trying to pick out a video card to match their build, with all neutral colors it will fit in just about any build without clashing.