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Asus AMD Radeon R7 250X R7250X-2GD5 Driver

These tests are not games, but are designed to approximate the strain of a graphically intense title.


They mimic a variety of scenarios and, because they always follow the same loop, are extremely precise. The test loops consist of sweeping vistas as well as beautiful close-ups of flowers and forests.

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The Radeon R7 X managed an average framerate of At Ultra detail, the average came in at Increasing quality to Ultra reduced the average to Another win for the Radeon here. Unigine Heaven Heaven is a more demanding benchmark than Valley, as it focuses on complex geometry and the use of tessellation.

When running the benchmark on Ultra, the average fell to 9. This was still better than the GTXhowever, which reached an average of Though the Heaven benchmark narrowed the gap between the two cards, the Radeon still emerged victorious. We played several games with the Radeon, and the results ranged from pleasing to adequate.

Total War: Rome II This strategy game is deceptively demanding due to its detailed campaign map and use of impressive water and cloud effects. We first ran it at the Medium preset, and the Radeon responded by producing an average of 45 FPS, with a maximum of 53 and minimum of Neither card could really handle Extreme detail, however. The X saw its average reduced Asus AMD Radeon R7 250X R7250X-2GD5 27 FPS, with a maximum of 34 and minimum of Subjectively, the game was playable on both cards at Medium, but felt annoyingly slow at Extreme.


This was most noticeable on the GTXbut the X also provided a less than perfect experience. Unfortunately, neither card delivered here.

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Unlike most games, turning detail up to Maximum did not hugely impact Asus AMD Radeon R7 250X R7250X-2GD5. The X still managed an average of 30 FPS, with a maximum of 51 and minimum of The GTX saw its performance reduced to an average of 22 with a maximum of 34 and minimum of Unlike with some other games, these minimums were often prolonged.


Titan-on-Titan combat was particularly demanding, and resulted in framerate dips low enough to make effective fighting difficult. The GTX was even worse though, with Titan combat often turning into a slide-show. Turning detail up to Ultra killed Asus AMD Radeon R7 250X R7250X-2GD5 performance of both cards. Clearly, Ultra was not playable with either card.

Medium was playable on both, but the Radeon R7 X was noticeably more enjoyable. This is mid-sized by modern standards, and the card will fit into most ATX towers without any issues.

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Buyers should note that the 6-pin power input, which delivers up to 95 watts of juice to the card, faces the side rather than the front. The company also says that its superior power components reduces power noise by 30 percent.

Power noise is the buzzing that graphics cards emit under certain loads. These improvements come with a price bump though: On paper though, it seems like the X could be the best AMD-based bang-for-the-buck budget card.

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