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Sapphire - Radeon R9 390 8 GB Nitro Video Card

( 4.9 Average / 11 Ratings )




Part #

(or) 11244-01-20G


Black / Silver


PCI-Express x16


Radeon R9 390

Memory Size

8 GB

Memory Type


Core Clock

1.04 GHz


275 W



SLI Support


CrossFire Support

4-way CrossFire


308 mm / 12.126"

Supports Freesync


DVI-I Dual-Link






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jawash22 20 points 39 months ago

Plenty of power and I like the Vram for the future. Could easily run a single 1440 monitor.

soccerninja_21 31 points 38 months ago

So it came with a nice HDMI cable and looks and does just what is says and looks like it says it does. What? Anyway the only problem I had was my 1080p monitor didn't have an hdmi cable and only a DVI-E output and the Graphics card doesn't have one of those. So now i'm using my 1680x1050p monitor with Xena and my 1920x1080 monitor with my old computer. Now I have two computers in my setup which I never planned and you can see that in my last pics of my setup

Slade84 11 points 38 months ago
from completed build Blackbox

Good Card

Randon_Guy 9 points 37 months ago
from completed build Virgin Corsair 550D Skylake Build

Filler card till I get a Pascal at the end of the year.

Dabber1Bravo 4 points 37 months ago

So far I am glad I went with the Sapphire over the other brands. Runs great, cool, and quiet also looks great!

xpr0metheusx 39 points 37 months ago
from completed build Come to the dark side...

Very good so far. It can get a little hot but it's totally manageable. It's very large so it will make finding smaller cases harder.

DECLAN0007 3 points 37 months ago
from completed build £900 i5 Gaming PC Build

This is my most expensive part and it is definitely worth the money and is a powerful graphics card. I'm able to play pretty much every game above 40 FPS and maintain that throughout my sessions which is awesome and was a great choice for this build.

rainuk 9 points 37 months ago

This is a surprisingly big GFX card. A large case is required if you don't want to remove drive bays to get this monster inside. Totally silent when not in gaming mode. Great value for money.

dcarter95 25 points 37 months ago

Amazing card, handles all games I throw at it over 60fps and that's without any overclocking. It is a big card due to triple fans, but that just makes is seem more awesome to me! With a custom fan curve this thing won't reach temps higher than 60C, though admittedly the fans can be pretty loud under load.

Easily the best price to performance card around right now.

itskayleighyo 4 points 35 months ago
from completed build Sleipnir, my gaming/editing PC

Absolute sweet spot in terms of price to performance. There is no game that I can't run at acceptable frame rates right now maxed out. Now heavily modded fallout 4 and GTA V give it a bit of a hard time, but still playable. This particular card doesn't OC as well as some others, but the silicon lottery is a cruel mistress. Still slaying games though. Also a very sleek looking card with an awesome backplate.