Tuesday, September 22nd 2009

HIS Radeon HD 5800 Series Graphics Cards Listed

American retailer ZipZoomFly.com has listed one of its first ATI Radeon HD 5800 series products, these ones from HIS. Both the HIS HD 5870 1 GB (H587F1GDG), and HIS HD 5850 1 GB (H585F1GDG) stick to AMD's reference board design, and sport a unique "sword" sticker theme compared to the manga characters used by another popular AMD partner.

Both accelerators are DirectX 11 compliant, and support ATI Eyefinity technology to connect to three display heads with 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution. Connectivity options include two DVI-D, DisplayPort, and HDMI with 7.1 channel audio. While the HD 5870 has 1600 stream processors, clock speeds of 850/1200 MHz (core/memory), the HD 5850 has 1440 stream processors, with speeds of 725/1000 MHz (core/memory). Going by ZipZoomFly's pricing, the HIS HD 5870 1 GB is priced at US $399, while the HIS HD 5850 1 GB stands at $299.
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79 Comments on HIS Radeon HD 5800 Series Graphics Cards Listed

#1
RuskiSnajper
by: toyo
Excellent humour in that video!
Thanks for it, inferKNOX&Odin Eidolon
HAHAHAHAHAH , Indeed , it's funny , but it's also something to think about , nvidia does gives large amounts of money towards hyping and sponsoring.
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#2
CDdude55
Crazy 4 TPU!!!
Still getting a GTX 260.
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#3
Anath
by: RuskiSnajper
HAHAHAHAHAH , Indeed , it's funny , but it's also something to think about , nvidia does gives large amounts of money towards hyping and sponsoring.
Agreed almost every game that i play says powered by nvidia.
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#4
[I.R.A]_FBi
by: Anath
Agreed almost every game that i play says powered by nvidia.
how can it when i have an intel + ati rig?
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#5
trt740
look like they took them down
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#6
Anath
by: [I.R.A]_FBi
how can it when i have an intel + ati rig?
huh? I am talking about nvidia sponsoring a lot of major games. Arkham Asylum is an example.
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#7
csendesmark
by: Anath
Agreed almost every game that i play says powered by nvidia.
Nvidia's "The Way It's Meant To Be Played" division are disbanded now.
So no more Nv sponsred game.
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#8
Hunt3r
Good very good
:D
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#9
jessicafae
I am still disappointed in these prices. I was really hoping the rumors where wrong and the 5850 was going to sell at $250. I know these are "early adopter" pricing for "ultra enthusiast" products, but still these could have pushed the price-performance bar down a little.

Right now the 5850 looks to be about GTX285 (performance and price) and the 5870 looks to be GTX295 (performance and price). Especially in Japan where it looks like the the 5870 will sell for 50,000yen and the 5850 will sell for 34,000yen (5870 at 50,000yen ~= $547 so $400US looks cheap to me). I was really hoping the 5850 was going to give >GTX285 performance for GTX275 pricing. Guess I will hold onto my GTS250 and wait another month for the Juniper (5700 series) release and see if anything changes there. If still nothing then maybe X-mas time something will change.

(sources Hermitage Akihabara VR-Zone )
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#11
jessicafae
No doubt the 5870 is a brilliant product with impressive tech, and I am certain it has Nvidia concerned about its GT300 release since the GT300 will be a lot more expensive to manufacture (512bit bus, larger die, lower yields) than the 5870. And with ZERO talk about Larrabee at Intel's IDF this week, it looks like ATi is the only one able to push the tech up a level right now.
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#12
mep916
by: trt740
look like they took them down
Yeah I can't find them anywhere on the site now. Sold out?
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#13
my_name_is_earl
I think the new cooler will give them more interesting design. D@m that thing look sexy.
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#15
tigger
I'm the only one
Dvi-i carries both digital and analouge signals.Dvi-d is dual link.
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#16
fullinfusion
1.21 Gigawatts
Just run HDMI and don't worrie about it :toast:
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#17
fullinfusion
1.21 Gigawatts
by: tigger
Dvi-i carries both digital and analouge signals.Dvi-d is dual link.
Isn't that the same lol
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#18
fullinfusion
1.21 Gigawatts
by: jessicafae
No doubt the 5870 is a brilliant product with impressive tech, and I am certain it has Nvidia concerned about its GT300 release since the GT300 will be a lot more expensive to manufacture (512bit bus, larger die, lower yields) than the 5870. And with ZERO talk about Larrabee at Intel's IDF this week, it looks like ATi is the only one able to push the tech up a level right now.
NICE!!!! :toast:
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#19

I'm sure this is covered somewhere, but anyone know off-hand how much power these will draw? I would guess something similar to a 4850/70 - right?
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#20
FordGT90Concept
"I go fast!1!11!1!"
by: tigger
Dvi-i carries both digital and analouge signals.Dvi-d is dual link.
DVI-I carries an analog signal which I need for my KVM. No DVI-I means I'd have to spend like $400 for a DVI-D KVM.
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#21
fullinfusion
1.21 Gigawatts
5870 is Idling around 27watts and IT'S high is about 188watts :pimp:
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#22
[Ion]
WCG Team Assistant
by: twilyth
I'm sure this is covered somewhere, but anyone know off-hand how much power these will draw? I would guess something similar to a 4850/70 - right?
I believe it's like 30w idle and 180 or so loaded
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#24
PVTCaboose1337
Graphical Hacker
If by buy you mean auto-notify... then yes buy.

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