AMD’s answer to GTX 950 is new R9 370X for budget-focused gamers in the lower-end market. The 370X features full Pitcairn architecture with 1280 stream processors. The custom-cooled models like the PowerColour Devil 370x truly shin this GPU, with more factory overclocked, like this one with core of 1180MHz and memory clock of 5600MHz.
The PowerColour Devil 370X has a metal shroud painted in black and red finish, with a totally over kill 3 fan cooling setup.
The PowerColour Devil 370X is powered by two 6-pin PCI-E connectors and it has a plain matte black backplate which looks more premium feel. The cooler features four copper heatpipe with two large heatsinks which should give enough overclock headroom.
If we take a closer look at the PCB we can see, the card has 7 phase VRM power circuitry for core and VRAM overcloking.
For connectivity, the card has 2 mini DisplayPorts 1.2, 1 HDMI 1.4 and 2 DVI-I connectors.
As for leak benchmark shows, the PowerColour Devil 370x score in 3DMARK 11 X-score of 2761 which is closer to a reference GTX 960 with X3350 score.
In Fire Strike Extreme it achieved a Graphics score of 3035 which is nice increment over 270X cards with score of 2700-2800.
Also in game results for gaming benchmarks at 1920×1080 with lowest and average frame rate for games are below in order, Assassin’s Creed Rogue, Dragon Age Inquisition, Lords of the Fallen, Project Cars, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, Zombie Army Trilogy, Moonlight Blade and World of Tanks.
As the benchmarks and gaming scores suggest that the PowerColor Devil 370X or in general R9 370X will be pretty hard to beat at this budget.