Monday, November 30th 2009

HIS Readies HD 5750 IceQ+ Graphics Card

HIS is readying its second non-reference design Radeon HD 5750 graphics cards with the HD 5750 IceQ+. This model continues in the series of IceQ series graphics cards from the company, which come with superior, quieter cooling, while also being visually appealing and reactive to UV case lighting. The HIS HD 5750 IceQ+ seems to be using the reference design PCB, albeit in blue color.

At the heart of it is the DirectX 11 compliant ATI Radeon HD 5750 GPU with 720 stream processors, aided by 1 GB of memory across a 128-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface. The GPU is clocked at 700 MHz, with the memory at 1150 MHz. Display output connectivity includes DVI-D, HDMI with 7.1 channel audio, and DisplayPort. The card draws power from one 6-pin PCI-Express power connector. It is CrossfireX capable. Bundled in the package are Bumptop 3D desktop environment software, and a coupon for Dirt 2. It is expected to be priced around 130~140 EUR.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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15 Comments on HIS Readies HD 5750 IceQ+ Graphics Card

#1
Zubasa
This must be the fatiest IceQ I have seen to date.
It makes me laugh that the cooler is slap on a tiny card.
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#2
DaC
cute....! :laugh:
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#4
theorw
WTF???Isnt iCOOLER edition,previewed by W1ZZARD enough??They launched another one so soon???
W1zz should review it and bring on the surface any differences...I bet it is 5 degrees cooler.But that doesnt justify 10euros difference...
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#6
Cheeseball
Well, considering that this is using a blower-type of cooler (which I consider superior to the L2), I believe it's worth the extra 10 bucks.

But is it controllable (3pin PWM or 2pin voltage regulated by the card)?
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#7
R_1
Well, somebody got common sense in AMD camp after all. :D
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#8
mechtech
no heat pipes in the cooler

fail
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#9
Lionheart
ZOMG! how cute is that card!:roll::laugh::D:p
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#10
RadeonX2
so short yet so fat. love it.
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#11
mdm-adph
Well, venting the hot air outside is always good. :P
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#12
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
I love HIS IceQ cards, now to see a turbo one.
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#13
eidairaman1
by: mechtech
no heat pipes in the cooler

fail
why complain, heatpipes don't always cut it with cooling. Ive seen solid block coolers whoop the snot out of heatpipe based units before.
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#14
DonInKansas
by: eidairaman1
why complain, heatpipes don't always cut it with cooling. Ive seen solid block coolers whoop the snot out of heatpipe based units before.
+1

IceQ coolers have a history of being good coolers, so hopefully this follows in the line.
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#15
eidairaman1
i know the VGA Silencer Rev 3 is still being used for other parts from HIS in the ICEQ lineup, and that cooler came out 7 years ago.
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