The IceQ versions from HIS always have been a good option with the ability to have a better cooler not only in performance terms but also the level of volume output.
This saves you having to spend extra dollars on buying an aftermarket cooler but also having to worry about avoiding your warranty because you're changing the standard cooler as well as overclocking the graphics cards.
The HIS X1900XTX IceQ 3 has a lot going for it - good bundle, X1900 features, an aggressive price and of course the new and improved IceQ cooling which is better then ever.
New and Improved IceQ Cooling
Overclocking supported out of the box (iTurbo)
Cheaper than the Sapphire option
Lower noise output
More expensive than standard XTX
Rating - 9.5 out of 10 and TweakTown's "MUST HAVE" Best Performance Award
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