HIS has applied some modest overclocks to the Grenada GPU, with a Core Clock of 1020MHz. We have 8GB of RAM at an effective 6Gbps spread out over a 512-bit memory bus.
One of the areas that HIS has chosen to tune the card is in the cooling system, with HIS using a mixture of heat pipes: 3 x 6mm heat pipes, and 2 x 8mm heat pipes keep the entire card nice and cool. The company has used 2 x 90mm two ball bearing 'Super Large Dual Axial Fans' on the front of the card that dissipates all of the heat from the GPU, VRAM and VRMs.
Here we have the front of the card with the two 90mm fans on show.
At the end of the HIS Radeon R9 390 IceQ X2 OC 8GB we have the massive heat sink that covers the entire card.
Here we have a look from the bottom and the top of the card, with its elaborate cooling system on show.
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