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HIS Rolls Out Radeon HD 7850 IceQ X² Graphics Card

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  1. I thought the 7850 was suppose to be replaced with the 7790.
  2. What! They have not heard of MSI Afterburner... Lower binned chips can still be overclocked to a certain extent though...
  3. smeezekitty said:
    I thought the 7850 was suppose to be replaced with the 7790.


    no, the 7850 1gb is going to be phased out. the 2gb models arent going anywhere anytime soon
  4. Sweet, look like some good overclockers.
  5. dudewitbow said:
    smeezekitty said:
    I thought the 7850 was suppose to be replaced with the 7790.


    no, the 7850 1gb is going to be phased out. the 2gb models arent going anywhere anytime soon


    Oh sorry. I forgot :|
  6. Matsushima said:
    What! They have not heard of MSI Afterburner...


    Binning. Lots of chips can "make it" as 7850 parts, but not all 7850s can overclock to the same frequencies. Hence the "better" Pitcairn Pros (ie, those with less defects) make it as OC'd chips and therefore cost more.
  7. bgrt said:
    Matsushima said:
    What! They have not heard of MSI Afterburner...


    Binning. Lots of chips can "make it" as 7850 parts, but not all 7850s can overclock to the same frequencies. Hence the "better" Pitcairn Pros (ie, those with less defects) make it as OC'd chips and therefore cost more.

    Ikr, but it's still possible.
  8. IceQ seems to lost its appeal when it start using non-blower custom cooler.
  9. I missed the days when the IceQ has this frosty transparent plastic illuminated with blue ligths... such a cool aesthetics... http://www.hisdigital.com/un/product2-65.shtml
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    like Both cards feature 2 GB of GDDR5 memory running at 4.8 GHz. The units also feature an 8-phase VRM design, which according to HIS, provides up to 66 percent more current that AMD's reference design.
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