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280x vs 380

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So i can get both of these cards for 200 each on canada and i need to know which one will be better for now and future gaming. thanks for the help :D

 

one is the sapphire nitro 4gb 380 

and the other the gigabyte windforce 280x 

 

i have a fx 6300 and 8 gb of hyperx fury ram if anyone needs these.

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280x is better, 380 is a rebadged 285.

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Take the Nitro 380 since the Giga 280x is loud and voltage locked.

Performance wise the 280x will perform better in most game but just slightly.

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280x is better, 380 is a rebadged 285.

lool no the 300 series uses a new architecture 

 

 

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lool no the 300 series uses a new architecture 

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lool no the 300 series uses a new architecture 

No, no it does not. But good try.

If anyone asks you never saw me.

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lool no the 300 series uses a new architecture 

The 300 series is a refresh of the 200 series.  ^_^

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lool no the 300 series uses a new architecture 

Not R7-370 and R9-285 use "latest" GCN and AMD rebadged it as R9-380 + 2GB VRAM.

 

The 300 series is a refresh of the 200 series.  ^_^

Not Fiji lineup.

 

R9-Fury X

R9-Fury

R9-Nano

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Not R7-370 and R9-285 use "latest" GCN and AMD rebadged it as R9-380 + 2GB VRAM.

 

Not Fiji lineup.

 

R9-Fury X

R9-Fury

R9-Nano

WHAT??? I said the 300 series  :wacko:

 

The 300 series is a refresh of the 200 series.  ^_^

???

 

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280X=HD7970

380=285

The 380 is definitely more power efficient and has more features like Freesync and the likes. 280x has a 250TDP, 380 I believe only around 180....

Memory bus on the 280X is 384bit vs 256 on the 380.

So the 280x is marginally faster in some titles and unless you neeeeeed those two fps, I would take the 380.

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380 has less heat to worry about but the 280X is a bit weaker than 380X... :P

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