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HIS Announces Radeon R9 295X2 8GB LiquidCooler

While not many changes were made, if you are a fan of HIS products, you'll be happy to hear that the R9 295X2 graphics card still boasts 8 GB of GDDR5 memory, a 5000 MHz memory clock, and chips running at 1018 MHz. Ports include 4x Mini DisplayPorts and 1x DVI-D.

Additionally, the HIS R9 295X2 features an improved closed loop system designed in collaboration with Asetek. HIS claims "users can enjoy such cool temperatures, quiet operation and consistently high performance." The liquid cooling system is equipped with two water blocks and a 120 mm radiator.

The HIS 295X2 Liquid Cooled graphics card is available April 21 for $1500. Visit the product page for specific details.

  • anthony8989
    Does any one know of a case that can accommodate two of these cards ?
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  • Josh Hird
    Does any one know of a case that can accommodate two of these cards ?
    If you are going to go and spend $3000 and just GPUs, why wouldnt you just make a custom water loop? (not that i am suggesting anyone should drop 3 grand on graphics cards).
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  • ferooxidan
    Still the box is the same crap as ASUS. The only one taking things seriously and stay true to AMD marketing is Sapphire with cool suitcase
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  • fkr
    this would be fun
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  • anthony8989
    If you are going to go and spend $3000 and just GPUs, why wouldnt you just make a custom water loop? (not that i am suggesting anyone should drop 3 grand on graphics cards).


    Well in this instance , if I wanted 4 x R9 290x in crossfirex I would need four custom water blocks and closed water loop systems plus the 4 way crossfire mobo. Without going into too much detail, that route is a lot more incommodious than just finding a case that could accommodate 2 R9 295x's.
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  • redgarl
    This card is incredible, but I don't understand how can a AIO worth 300$ prenium over two 290x in CF. Especially when some of the custom HSF drops temps 30 degrees lower than the reference HSF.
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  • redgarl
    Does any one know of a case that can accommodate two of these cards ?
    If you are going to go and spend $3000 and just GPUs, why wouldnt you just make a custom water loop? (not that i am suggesting anyone should drop 3 grand on graphics cards).

    Quad CF is is offering barely 250 to 280% over a single 290x while CF is offering around 175-185%... also, drivers are still not rendering good results and offer in many case, worst performance.

    If you buy a card like that, it's for going 4K, which is still getting implemented slowly, so buying 2 is just an absurd joke.
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  • redgarl
    Does any one know of a case that can accommodate two of these cards ?

    I get a Fractal Design XL R2. It will fit my two mamoth Powercolor PCS+ 290x perfectly. You preferably need a full tower, but they can break the bank easily. For water cooling, it's hard to beat the Cosmos or The Phantek Primo... but we are talking 250$ and you are going to use 2, even 3, AIO water cooler. You need a top radiator compartment.
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  • BulkZerker
    I'd wait for an aftermarket water block myself. That rad just doesn't look like its up to the task of keeping the chips under 80*c
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  • nebun
    nothing different here....it looks exactly as the AMD card....am i missing something???
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