The Contenders Continued
The HIS box looks just like any other box. The water blue colors really stand out and it looks great. While the HIS card has a 128-bit memory bus, they have decided to only use a passive heatsink to keep the card cool. These cards aren't exactly power hungry so we can't imagine heat being too of an issue.
This card looks extremely similar to the Gigabyte one with the blue PCB and also like the Gigabyte card we see the Rage Theater chip provided which gives you VIVO support.
Sapphire has an extremely plain looking card and while it doesn't have VIVO support it does have 256MB of onboard memory which will interest some people due to the larger number.
There is no denying that this is going to be one of the cheapest 256MB cards around but what we will find out is if it makes any difference. In the past we have even seen 256MB cards sometimes affects scores in a negative way.
Powercolor is the only other card to be low profile and fortunately it is also a 128-bit version. Something you may notice is that the card actually looks quite long, the photo isn't deceiving - the card is actually longer then most as not only is it low profile but it also has a total of 256MB of memory onboard. To make room for the extra memory, Powercolor had to make the card a little longer.
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