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HIS Introduces HD 6770 IceQ X Series Graphics Cards

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  1. btarunr

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    Today, HIS launches the HIS 6770 IceQ X Turbo, offering the HIS awarding-winning cooling and overclocking technology. Loaded with core speed at 850MHz and memory speed at 4,800MHz, the HIS 6770 IceQ X transfers serious high-definition gaming frame rates. The HIS 6770 IceQ X Turbo even over-clocked its core clock to 880MHz and memory clock to 5,000MHz, delivering ultra-high bandwidth in gaming.

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    HIS 6770 IceQ X Features & Advantages:

    • IceQ X Cooling technology - An innovative air-cooling technology that uses a 9.2cm silent fan to maximize cooling capacity and performance.

      AMD Eyefinity Technology- Feel truly in the game with AMD Eyefinity technology, an immersive experience that expands your game across up to five displays. Welcome to surround sight.

      DirectX 11 Evolved Technology- Play the latest DirectX 11 games in amazing detail with AMD Radeon HD 6700 Graphics. With winning performance, advanced technologies and full DirectX 11 support, you’re ready to dominate the competition.

      AMD App Acceleration Technology- Get more from your system than incredible gaming. Unleash even the most demanding applications and tap into stunning video quality with AMD App Acceleration.

      For more information, visit the product pages of HIS 6770 IceQ X Turbo and HIS 6770 IceQ X.
     
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    the average joe will shit bricks when they find out its actually a re-badged 5770 underneath.
     
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    the average tech guy will be very happy that this card can crossfire with his 5770.
     
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    They sell for the same price and perform well in 720p, what's wrong about that? Besides, they aren't exactly the same, they have some new features as well.
     
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    Dear HIS please stop making video cards that look like cheap chinese toys you buy at the 99 cent store KTHXBAI!
     
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    Technically not true, These have some slight architectual improvments over 5770's.
     
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    Just the support for HDMI 1.4a. Nothing more.
     
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    I will be very very happy even just to get this card
     
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    Its made to be UV sensitive
     
  10. Athlonite

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    If put that cooler on my HD5770 you'd not be able to tell the difference just by looking at them

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    Oh and it even has the same shitty fan that'll go bad in less than 6 months and you wont be able to do more than 2 way CF as they only provide 1 CF bridge connector
     
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    I like HIS, but I think the IceQ series look more like old than Chinese toys. I suppose that is the idea, but I never did like the looks of those blue ice packs either!
     
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    ? If you buy two card you will have two connectors.
     
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    Yup you will have 2 interconnect cables, but seeing as 2 cards doesn't equal 4 CF connection points 2 way CF is your limit :slap: you need an card with 2 CF connections for 3 way or 4 way CF so with this card you can connect 1 other card and that's it
     
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    really? but what's the point if the 5770 is probably cheaper, surely you'd buy that :p
     

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