HIS Radeon HD 7790 iCooler Turbo


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Model Name HIS 7790 iCooler Turbo 1GB GDDR5 PCI-E DP/2xDVI/HDMI
Chipset Radeon HD 7790 PCIe Series
ASIC RadeonTM HD 7790 GPU
Manu. Process (Micron) 28nm
Memory Size (MB) 1024
Memory Type GDDR5
Engine CLK (MHz) 1075MHz
Memory CLK (Gbps) 6.4Gbps
Memory Interface (bit) 128bit
Power Supply Requirement 500 Watt or greater power
Max. Resolution 4096x2160 per display (DisplayPort 1.2)
2560x1600 per display (Dual-link DVI)
Bus Interface PCI Express 3.0 x16
DisplayPort Yes
DVI Dual-link DVI-I + Dual-link DVI-D

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HIS Radeon HD 7790 iCooler Turbo Reviews Rating: 90 out of 100 based on 1 rating.

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eTeknix.com  --- Jun 24 '13
Legion Hardware  --- Mar 27 '13
MadShrimps  --- May 19 '13
PureOverclock.com 4.5/5 Apr 25 '13
MadShrimps  --- May 20 '13
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eTeknix.com on Jun 24 '13

"Bottom line, HIS have got a card that may look a little rough and unfinished around the edges, but its performance is certainly not in the same boat. If looks are not a concern to you then give..."

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Legion Hardware on Mar 27 '13

"As we have always said, it is much better to have a single fast card opposed to a pair of slower cards, and that applies to both Crossfire and SLI multi-GPU technologies. Given the results we..."

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MadShrimps on May 21 '13

"The HIS 7790 offering is a good mainstream card and can deliver acceptable framerates until 1920x1080; in some cases, to be able to achieve playable status for the most stressful games, we will..."

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MadShrimps on May 30 '14

"The new HIS 7790 iCooler Turbo card is well balanced and recommended to people on a tighter budget who will want to upgrade their old GPU in order to be able to play the latest games on monitors up..."

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PureOverclock.com on Apr 26 '13

"Mediocre single card performance, but shines in CrossFire as a good mid-range option."

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