Saturday, February 27th 2010

HIS Silently Intros HD 5770 IceQ 5 Graphics Card

Without making much noise, HIS released a custom-design ATI Radeon HD 5770 graphics card with its coveted IceQ moniker. The HIS HD 5770 IceQ 5 graphics card comes months after the company released the HD 5750 IceQ. The two differ in design and features sharply. The HD 5770 IceQ 5 features a longer PCB, a more complex cooling unit that makes use of 8 mm thick heatpipes (earlier used for HD 4870 based cards), 1 GB of GDDR5 memory, and reference clock speeds of 850 MHz (core) and 1200 MHz (memory). A "Turbo" variant that comes with higher clock speeds out of the box cannot be ruled out at this point. The Radeon HD 5770 features DirectX 11 support, has 800 stream processors, and a 128-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface. The IceQ family of graphics cards from HIS are known for higher cooling performance, and are usually quieter. The PCB is characteristically blue, and the cooler-shroud is reactive to UV case lighting. Pricing and availability are not known as yet.
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28 Comments on HIS Silently Intros HD 5770 IceQ 5 Graphics Card

#26
Kitkat
i like the original ice's look better remember the X1950s
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wolf
Performance Enthusiast
I've used Ice-Q's since my HIS 9800 Pro 128mb Ice-Q, which was a fantastic little beast of a card, good to see they are still rocking, now all we need is Ice-Q 5850's and '70's
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Zubasa
wolf, post: 1786522"
I've used Ice-Q's since my HIS 9800 Pro 128mb Ice-Q, which was a fantastic little beast of a card, good to see they are still rocking, now all we need is Ice-Q 5850's and '70's
Not sure on that one... :ohwell:
The IceQ 4 was at its limit with the 4870, as Guru3D review say that it is almost as loud as the stock cooler under load.
http://www.guru3d.com/article/his-radeon-4870-iceq4-turbo-review/5
I doubt that it can out do the 11" stock 5870 cooler by much.
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