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AMD Polaris Giveaway

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I have R9 270X today.. i would love to upgrade to the AMD polaris because then i can play the newest games on max settings :D

I have always used AMD, and would love to stick to them in the future ;)

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Coming from a higher end 200 series card in this one rig, a graphics card upgrade for my friend or myself is more than welcome. It would be great to get to the modern era in terms of connectivity and efficiency! It may allow for more reason to further upgrade the monitor, too. Thanks and good luck all!


Rawr~

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Got a GTX 670 on a phenom II 965. Trying to get a freesync monitor, and I feel like the polaris would help me take advantage of that feature.

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I have a Radeon 6570, that's why I want a Polaris... Oh, and to render textures for my game in UE4, it takes 5-10 minutes to render a simple glass.

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I could use a new gpu. I bought my gtx 960 when I only had a 60hz monitor, but have since upgraded to a new 144hz monitor. My 960 can't play most of my games at 144 fps, and struggles to get 100 in most situations. If I actually win, I'll give my 960 to my friend, who has 660.

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I'm going to be building a 800$ pc for editing and streaming and gaming,currently on my mac i have 

AMD Radeon HD 6750M If i could win it would help me a lot

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I have a titan X and think the new 480 will give me a great boost in performance! jking

 

I am using a xfx black edtion r9 280.

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I am currently running with the amd radeon 5870 and am hoping to begin doing some video editing and graphic design. It would sure speed the process if I had a more modern card. 

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3 years ago I built a PC on a budget(sorta), I went high end on most of my components and ran my budget dry so I ended up buying a PNY GeForce 210. A new AMD card would help me out a lot because I can't even run Minecraft at 60 fps on my computer.

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I am about to start buying parts for my new rig and i am currently using ... integrated graphics. I would love to have such a great graphics card for my first build so i can play AAA games at a good fps

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MSI GTX 780ti. Still running it since I'm happy at 1080p and would like my next display to be a 4k one (not 1440p) which might take a couple of years to become economical and also by then there might be graphics cards that can run games at 4k maxed out without any drop in FPS.

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Currently have a rig with a amd r9 280x. It's a hp desktop with a pretty bad processor so the gpu is being held back and so would a newer gpu if I put it in but anything to make my gaming experience better right ? 

 

Planning on upgrading my processor in the future. This graphics card would help me not have to upgrade in the future. Also going back to college soon. Thanks for the giveaway!

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I currently use a GTX 760. I'm now using a 2nd hand 4k monitor that I got for dirt cheap, so I need a graphics card upgrade pretty badly.

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Currently there's a GTX 780 in mah box of wonders. I'm just really curious to see the new features with my own eyes. ^^

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CPU — i7 6700k - 4.4GHz

GPU — EVGA GTX 1080ti SC2 - Factory OC

Monitor — Acer Predator XB271HU - 2560x1440 165Hz IPS 4ms

CPU Cooler — Noctua NH-D14

Motherboard — MSI z170a Gaming m5

Memory — 32GB G.Skill Ripjaws V series - 2133MHz 2(2 x 8GB)

Storage — WD Black - 2TB HDD 7200rpm

        — Samsung 850 EVO - 250GB SSD

        — Samsung 960 EVO - 250GB M.2 SSD

Case — Fractal Design Define R6 TG

PSU — EVGA SuperNOVA G3 - 850W 80+ Gold 

Case Fans — 120mm Noctua NF-F12 PWM - exhaust

          — 140mm Noctua NF-A14 PWM - intake

          — 140mm Noctua NF-A14 PWM - intake

Keyboard — Max Keyboard TKL Blackbird - Cherry MX blue switches - Red Backlighting 

Mouse — Logitech G602

Headphones — Sennheiser HD600

Extras — Glorious PC Gaming Race - Mouse Wrist Rest  

       — Glorious PC Gaming Race - XXL Extended Mouse Pad - 36" x 18"

       — LED Strip - Phanteks PH-LEDKT - 1 meter

       — Mechanical ten key - Cherry MX blue switches

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