HIS HD 7850 IceQ X Turbo X 2GB GDDR5 Video Card Review

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HIS HD 7850 IceQ X Turbo X 2GB GDDR5 Video Card rated Kickass by 3dGameMan.com

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The HIS HD 7850 IceQ X Turbo X 2GB GDDR5 Video Card is one of the best bang for the buck video card on the planet. This video card has a core speed of 1GHz and the 2GB of GDDR5 256 bit memory is 5GHz DDR.It comes with 1280 stream processing units for vertex, pixel and geometry data, 80 texture units and 32 raster operators. The pixel fillrate is 32 Gpixels/s, the texture fillrate is 80 GTexels/s and the memory bandwidth is 160 GB/s.


 

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altovaxx
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I need one of this..

dsimion
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I have an older phenom II 2.5 ghz processor. Would it be worth upgrading to this graphic card from my old 3850?

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Planning to fit this on my
intel dh61ww
classic series
micro atx mobo will it work ?Please reply fast because i will order it after your reply and thumbs up for your videos dude !

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umsurei'llreplyfast! yesitshouldfitinyourmotherboard. :)

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Ok just one more thing my case is antec df-10 and it says max. graphics card size is 11.5 inches .Will it fit in it without any hassle ?

Anonymous

Your videos are very good.Will sub you.

Anonymous

Planning to fit this on my dh61ww
micro atx mobo will it work ?

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I've never been a fan of ATI cards, Their drivers or control panel that seemed flaky in the past and their seemingly sub-par performance vs nvidia kind of made me stay far from these. However, after seeing the OC on this card and the way it performs, I might just try one of the higher end ATI...AMD cards in the future.

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Anonymous

is it available for NA, if yes when?

Anonymous

is this card available for NA? if yes, when?

Anonymous

is this card available for NA? if yes, when?

Anonymous

This is actually funny. I spent the last two weeks watching all your videos to choose my new graphics card (as well as everything else in my brand new system) and I ended up buying this very card. It's funny that you posted a review of it, confirming everything I learned, the day I built my system. Very gratifying. Great work btw, your videos are super informative.

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Excellent. Enjoy bud :)

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Another mistake is that the videocard is 11.22 inches long ? (not critising, just highlighting so that that it will be changed in the other video upload)

3dGameMan
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Being human sux sometimes ;) Yea, had the centimeters correct, but didn't change the inches. I'll annotate it in the YouTube video. Thx for spotting that.

Anonymous

Would 850w be enough to run this without killing it? I used 650w with a 6970 and killed it. Should I upgrade or just get another 6970? (I have 850w now)

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Yes, it would be more than enough, as long as you get a brand name quality PSU.

Anonymous

Thanks Rod. I have a Cooler Master 850w

Anonymous

Rodney, you seriously need to do a review of new corsair vengeance c70 chassis thats going to hit the market soon. Probably even this month according to guys from corsair.

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It's up to Cosair to send products for review and as of late they aren't.

Anonymous

In the begining it sounds like you say 5850, i got a little qonfused.

3dGameMan
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Yea, I misspoke. Will correct and upload again.

GraysonPeddie
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78x0 to 79x0 (dual slot only) are all high end.
7750 to 7770 (dual slot only) are mid-to-high end.
76x0 to 7750 (single slot only) are mid-range.
7520 to 7550 are low-to-mid range.
73x0 and 74x0 are low end.

Well, pretty much to me, at least, as I am used to play games (The Last Remnant) at 1280x720 and got good frame rates for my AMD Radeon HD 6520M that is built-in to A6-3400 APU. I don't think I can tell that much difference between 1280x720 and 1920x1080 using my 50" HDTV. I play The Last Remnant at medium quality.

I'm a hardcore gamer, but I don't care to max out quality settings with high-resolution graphics.

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3dGameMan
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Personally, I don't even consider anything below a 7700 a decent video card, but I know what you're saying.

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Does this video card have a 6-pin power connection? I don't want to consider this to be low end if it does.

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Just ordered HP Pavilion dv7-6165us from QVC. Will have it by next Friday.

Anonymous

It doesn't have any power connector. A power connector of any sorts doesn't necessarily mean that a card is high-end. The 7750 is a rather low-end card because it performs mediocre in most games. Granted it's a good card, but not much of a value given its performance.

Also, sorry for replying anonymously. I can't log into my account nor can I make a new account on the website for some reason.

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Nice overclock ! Nice stock temps too. Looks are not my thing.... 100% kickass