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HIS Radeon HD 5750 IceQ+ 1GB Video Card - Video Card

We've missed the IceQ+ series for a while. Today we see the latest model to come in under this well known series, the mid-range HD 5750.

| AMD Radeon GPU in Video Cards | Posted: Feb 16, 2010 3:15 am
TweakTown Rating: 93%Manufacturer: HIS Digital

Video Card

 

Having a look at the cooler, it looks quite similar to the standard design that we've seen from the HD 5750. Mind you, this one is better looking. Having a look at the picture, you can see the card overhangs slightly and covers the power connector located in the top right corner.

 

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On top of the cooler, you can see that HIS have placed a pretty nice looking sticker that lets us know the model, series and brand. While for the most part you probably won't see the cooler once it's in the PC, it's no doubt nice initially to have something that looks flash.

 

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At the back of the card we have a single 6-Pin PCI-E power connector that's needed to get up and running. Closer to the front we have two Crossfire connectors in the event you want to run three of these cards.

 

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Having a look face on, we've got full Eyefinity support with a DisplayPort on the far left followed by a HDMI port and a Dual-Link DVI connector. You can also see here that the card is a dual-slot one like every other HD 5750 we've looked at so far.

 

Specifications

 

As we've mentioned earlier, this particular model is part of the IceQ+ series, but not part of the Turbo series. What that means is that the card comes with just the standard clocks which puts the core in at 700MHz.

 

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As for the 1GB of GDDR5, that carries with it the standard 4600MHz QDR clock. Let's check out the performance of the model out on the next page.

 

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