Thursday, April 29th 2010

HIS Introduces Radeon HD 5550 1GB Silence Low-Profile Graphics Card

Today HIS is proud to announce the new HIS 5550 Silence 1GB DDR2 low-profile Graphics card, the world's first Silence 5500 series low-profile graphics card. Supporting the innovative DirectX 11, Full 1080p and ATI Stream Technology, HD 5550 offers you a multi-purpose solution for maximum versatility.

HIS Radeon HD 5550 1GB DDR2 Silence is the World's first 5500 Silence low-profile graphics card. This brand-new designed double-slot heatsink effectively takes away the heat from GPU at front and back, and does not produce any noise. With this easy-to-install graphics card, you can accelerate with ATI stream Technology to enjoy realistic visuals playing popular 3D DirectX 11 Game titles, speed up your video and photo editing, and experience full1080p, true HD audio videos in rich details - without any sound disturbance and without compromising of cooling effect.

Designed as a low-profile graphics card, HIS Radeon HD 5550 is bundled with 2 half-height brackets to fit in your Home Theatre PC case in different sizes. For more information, please visit this page.
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14 Comments on HIS Introduces Radeon HD 5550 1GB Silence Low-Profile Graphics Card

#1
Mussels
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not too shabby really, you still get two outputs in low profile.
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#2
brandonwh64
Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
Be a great card for HDTV usage
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#3
wahdangun
so is this thing 64 bit or 128 bit ?
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#4
Mussels
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by: wahdangun
so is this thing 64 bit or 128 bit ?
irrelevant really, since its too slow for gaming
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#5
AlienIsGOD
according to the link its 128 bit. A good looking lil card.
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#7
Jstn7477
by: btarunr
http://www.techpowerup.com/img/10-04-29/128c.jpg
Look at the edge of the box in this picture. (It's Picture #3 in Bta's post.) Notice the side panel says 1GB DDR3, but the front panel says 1GB DDR2. :slap:

This card looks like the equivalent of a passive HD 4650 with DX11 support and less power consumption.
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#8
TheTesterMan
Yet another HDMI HTPC targeted card and still no CEC support..
when oh when oh when !!
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#9
Delta6326
there's been alot of box art messing up
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#10
u2konline
The thing about these cards,they cost too much money. For a card like this, it should only cost 39 bucks.
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#11
Semi-Lobster
Another mysterious 5550, wake me up when you actually find one on a shelf in North America!
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#12
WSP
that is not a picture of an actual box lol
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#13
wahdangun
by: AlienIsGOD
according to the link its 128 bit. A good looking lil card.
thanks,

@ Erocker, but it's have same speck as hd 4670, and i have hard decision where ever i pick hd 4670 or this thing
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#14
Kaleid
1GB? LOL, this is one of those targeted at those who don't know much about computer hardware.
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