AMD R9 Nano 4GB (HBMv1) CrossFire Review



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Here at eTeknix, we strive to give the consumer the best possible advice in every aspect of technology. Today is no different and we are excited to bring you the CrossFireX review of the highly anticipated R9 Nano 4GB graphics cards.

The R9 Nano is the third release in the Fiji GPU core range and the third official graphics card to utilise High Bandwidth Memory (HBMv1). We’ve been impressed with the performance of the Fiji range so far with the fully unlocked R9 Fury X providing a good alternative to the NVIDIA GTX 980Ti, the R9 Fury providing a good step up from the R9 390X and the GTX 980 and the R9 Nano being the perfect option for small form factor builds. A single R9 Nano provides the perfect balance of performance, power consumption and mobility, but will combining two still be a worthwhile option?

When we test in CrossFireX, we aim to use two identical graphics card to ensure that everything is as similar as possible. When using the same cards, you can almost guarantee the same cooling capabilities, power draw, core clock and other variables. This then gives us the best possible outcome for maximum performance as the computer does not need to compensate for any differences.

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One Response to “AMD R9 Nano 4GB (HBMv1) CrossFire Review”
  1. Whippet 79 says:

    Think you’ve missed a key point in your conclusion, the vast majority of people looking to CF / SLI for the first time will have to splash out on a new high end PSU so when going down the low TDP Nano CF route that’s a ≈ £100 saving that needs to be taken into account as it should run on the majority of mainstream PSUs.

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