In-Game

Like I said before, the XFX R7 250E Core Edition isn’t really designed to play games at 1080p, especially when the settings are cranked all the way up like we do with our testing. With that said I was still impressed that even at those settings I saw playable frame rates in a few of the games. Specifically F1 2013 and Dirt Showdown, Sniper V2 Elite wasn’t far off with it puling 29.56 FPS average. The rest of the games were a little rough, but I expected as much. As expected, overall this put the card in line with the HD 7750 that it is based on. What did I take from all of this? Well the R7 250E Core Edition should still be great at 720p or if you turn the settings on some of the games, especially making sure to turn off AA.

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1440p In-Game

I couldn’t help but feel like I was kicking the XFX R7 250E Core Edition when it was down by running it through our 1440p testing but I went ahead and did it anyhow to see how well it would perform. Rather than make a page specifically for a resolution that the R7 250E Core Edition was never designed to handle I’m just slipping the results in down here for anyone who is interested in seeing them.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #35759 13 Oct 2014 15:36
While most of you are building higher end PCs, sometimes you just need a basic card that keeps the budget small. Todays card when combined with the rebate and free game is a steal, check it out

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