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Best price for MSI R9 390X Gaming 8G in Malaysia is RM 2,173.00

You can buy the MSI R9 390X Gaming 8G at the lowest price of RM 2,173.00 from Game Hypermart. Pricing details were last updated at 22 April 2018, 18:19.

MSI R9 390X Gaming 8G Specs

Graphic Processor Radeon
Memory Capacity 8GB
Memory Type GDDR5
Clock Speed 1100MHz
Maximum Resolution 4096 x 2160
Ports & Interfaces
PCIe Version 3.0
DisplayPort 1
HDMI Port 1
DVI-D Port 2
Minimum Power Supply 275W
Number of Fans 2
Fans Colour Black
Weight 1.31kg
VR Ready
G-Sync Technology
Adaptive Vertical Sync

MSI R9 390X Gaming 8G Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2015-12-28
Few weeks ago, we're honored to receive one of the most powerful graphic card from AMD for review. The AMD R9 390x is the world most advanced graphics card to date from AMD that features whooping 512 bit 8GB GDDR5 memory and clocked at 1050 Mhz that born...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-07
MSI R9 390X Gaming 8G Review. Today we explore MSI's version of the 390X core from AMD. We'll be pitting it against the NVidia 980 and examine the outcome. This particular card is overclocked above reference levels, is coupled up with their Epic Twin Froz...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-05
Performance, CoolingPower consumption, Weight
AMD's latest line of Fury and Fury X graphics cards may have hogged the limelight with its new HBM memory architecture, but the products themselves are currently very scarce in the market. With that in mind, AMD also announced the new R9 3xx series of GPU...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-05
I've been using Nvidia graphics in my gaming PCs for quite a while β€” at least a couple of generations. Short dalliances with water-cooled monsters like AMD's R9 295X2 and R9 Fury X haven't been enough to tear me away. Maybe it's time to change, though; af...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-22
The MSI Radeon R9 390X Gaming 8G is an extremely powerful R9 390X custom graphics card. The cooler on this particular card is maybe the most capable model available these days. Apparently, this combination sounds rather compelling, so we're interested to...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-08
This review compares the MSI R9 390X Gaming 8GB OC with the 290X 4GB (non-throttling) reference version, and with the GTX 980. This $429 MSI R9 390X Gaming has a silent mode which runs the clocks at the reference 1050/1500MHz, but out of the box it is clo...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-19
The hardware industry has been spitting out launches at a rate difficult to follow. Over the last few months, we've reviewed the GTX 980 Ti Hybrid (which won Editor's Choice & Best of Bench awards), the R9 Fury X, the R9 390 & 380, an A10-7870K APU, and I...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-28
Incredible cooler, As quiet as can be, given the high TDP of the Hawaii GPUs, Notable performance gain over the Radeon 290XDraws even more power than the Radeon 290X, 8GB of memory provides no benefit while driving up cost, MSI GTX 980 GAMING 4G is faster, cooler and draws less power for about R1,000 more
AMD's 300 series GPUs have not been well received. After months of speculation and rumours it turns out that the 390X and 390 are indeed re-badged GPUs. They're internally called Grenada GPUs, but that name is academic at best because they actually featur...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-27
8GB of GDDR5 VRAM, Nicest Twin Frozr V revision yet, Feels premium, Performs brilliantly for the price, Offers up to 4 way CrossFire, Sweet overclock out of the box, Not far off a NVIDIA GTX 980 in terms of performanceTakes up 2.5 PCI-e slots, AMD still aren't very power efficient, "recycled" 290X chip
It isn't unusual for the 2 largest graphics card manufacturers (AMD & NVIDIA) to re-use their current GPU architecture over and over again; both companies have been guilty of it. But are refreshes that much of a big deal these days? I mean if you go back...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-21
The top-end of AMD's new 300-series of graphics cards just got a lot more interesting. AMD has broken precedent with its 200-series cards , and the Radeon R9 390X and 390 no longer comprise the best of what AMD has to offer in 2015. If you're reading this...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-17
Lately we have had a lot of PC gaming enthusiast ask us why we dislike AMD cards, why we are β€˜ignoring' Team Red, and why we only have a seemingly token AMD card in our charts. At first this did annoy us as this could not be further from the truth – we ar...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-16
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Reviewed on 2015-07-09
AMD's R9 300 series of graphics processing units extends the shelflife of the company's existing Graphics Core Next (GCN) architecture at a variety of different price points and performance segments. The R9 390X, which sits atop the R9 300 series but be...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-06
On June 18, 2015 AMD launched its AMD Radeon 300 series of GPUs. While these are mostly "re-brands" of the Radeon 200 series, all of the GPU series got a refresh in terms of add-in-board manufacturer custom video card designs and a boost in VRAM footprint...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-22
It's a remarkable achievement bearing in mind that all the evidence points towards the R9 390X being little more than an overclocked version of the outgoing 290X. AMD dubs the 300 series version of the chip 'Grenada' but really and truly, a straight head-...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-19
This is one of the most exciting times for GPU fans, as AMD has just unleashed its Radeon R9 390X into the world. The last time AMD launched a new architecture was with the Hawaii launch back in October 2013, nearly two years ago now. But the Radeon R9 39...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-19
Matches GTX 980 performance, Overclocked out of the box, Memory has also been overclocked, Fans turn off in idle, Fan settings are well optimized, but the card is still too noisy in gaming, Backplate included, Support for AMD FreeSync, Supports AMD Virtua...Enormous power draw, 8 GB VRAM provides no benefit, Very high power consumption in multi-monitor and Blu-ray playback, Memory overclocking limited by BIOS, Triple-slot cooler takes up extra space, Lack of HDMI 2.0, DVI ports have no analog VGA signal
AMD's approach to new generations of graphics processors has been different for the past two generations. The Radeon R9 200 series initially saw the introduction of just one silicon, codenamed "Hawaii," which drove the company's previous flagship R9 290...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-18
We review the MSI Radeon R9 390X Gaming 8G OC. The card's equipped with that Hawaii GPU, now called Grenada. Thanks to a huge triple slot cooler based on the TwinFrozr V design the product is spinning & purring at just roughly 75 Degrees C, that's under f...
Reviewed on 2015-06-18
Today AMD is launching the Radeon 300 series of GPUs from the lower end Radeon R7 series of products up to the R9 series. The list of new video cards are, in order from slowest to fastest: Radeon R7 360, Radeon R7 370, Radeon R9 380, Radeon R9 390 and Rad...
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