XFX R7 250E Review

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Overclockers Club published a review on the XFX R7 250E

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The high end video cards see all the glory when it comes to modern gaming, and for good reason when you look at the performance numbers and visual quality they provide in game. But not everyone is going to spend upwards of what can be a week or more salary on a single part of the system. When you get down to it, the high end is subsidized by the sheer volume of sub $100 to $250 video cards for sale. Today, I have one of the cards that fits in the sub $100 category, the XFX R7 250E, designed for the casual gamer and someone looking for an improvement in graphics performance over an integrated solution.

The XFX R7 250E is packed with XFX proprietary technologies, such as Ghost 1.0 Thermal Technology, Duratec VRM hardware, and a custom PCB using a 2oz copper layers. Where many discrete video cards are dual-slot solutions, this offering from XFX is a single-slot design that does not need any additional power outside of the power supplied by the PCIe slot to function; perfect for the role it should fill. Let's take a look at the XFX R7 250E and see what it has to offer.
 XFX R7 250E Review @ OCC