XFX R9 380 4G Double Dissipation Black Edition (R9-380P-4DB5)

XFX R9 380 DD Crossfire

We have two XFX R9 380 DD 4G cards one has a core speed of 1030 and the other at 990 and since we didn’t overclock the Crossfire set CCC will clock them both to the 990MHz setting.


Without XFire running on FireStrike Extreme we got a 3682 overall and a 3785 Graphics score.


Put a little Xfire on FireStrike Extreme and we get 6536 and a graphics score of 7277.  Perfect scaling would have been 7364 on the overall score and we got 6536 overall on XFire so as you can see using just two R9 380’s is pretty worthwhile. Like we mentioned before snag one now then when the next generation comes out and the price drops snag your second one.


Now Single Card we got 41.7 FPS and a score of 1050 so lets take a look at the sweet XFire score.


We jumped from 41.7 FPS to 77.6 FPS and the XFire total score is 1955 while the single card score is 1051 so we are getting substantial gains from running a second card.

Check Also

Nvidia RTX 3080 versus Nvidia RTX 3080 Laptop GPU

2020 and 2021 has so far been an absolute disaster when it comes to getting …

Razer Blade 15 Base Edition (2021)

2020 will go down as a horrible year for getting hold of new graphics card. I still know people who ordered the new Nvidia Series 30 graphics card at launch in September 2020 and still have not been able to receive it. One avenue to get a new Series 30-card might be to go the laptop route instead as it is much easier to get hold of those. Nvidia recently released their RTX 3060, RTX 3070 and RTX 3080-GPU’s for laptop and today I am testing the Razer Blade 15 Base Edition that comes with a Intel i7-10750H, a 15” 165 Hz QHD-screen and a RTX 3070.

Leave a Reply