HIS HD5830 Review

Introduction

HIS HD5830 Review

Introduction

If there is one thing that ATI certainly can do it's produce a wide range of models to suit all pockets and applications. From the very baseline 5670 to the hugely powerful and equally expensive 5970.

For a long it's been held that the top end of the lower range is better than the bottom of the next one up. For example a 4770 is preferable to a 4830. HIS are hoping that their custom-cooled Turbo variant of the 5830 stops this trend.

This is also the final model in the current ATI line-up for us to review, so we will be able to see exactly where it slots into the market.

Technical Specifications

Popping along to the HIS website we find the following technical specifications.

Product CodeH583FNT1GDG
CooleriCooler V
GPUATI 5830
Core Clock840MHz
Memory Clock4.4 Gbps
Memory Size1024MB
Memory TypeGDDR5
Memory Interface256bit
InterfacePCI Express x16 2.1


The main thing to differentiate this from the other models in the Radeon range is the custom HIS iCooler V. If previous HIS coolers are anything to go by it should be very good indeed.

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Most Recent Comments

26-04-2010, 06:09:06

tinytomlogan
200 to spend on a gpu, but you want it cool and quiet? This maybe just the card for you.

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26-04-2010, 18:10:00

I Hunta x
seems like a reasonable card that scales well to the price compared to the 5850, what resolutions were the tests run at,

from the uniengine test im asuming 1920x1200?

26-04-2010, 18:19:22

delusion77
I agree 100% with OC3D here. The 5850 would be a better buy.

27-04-2010, 11:38:02

thewoolard
Too expensive still.

If it was between to 5770 and 5850 it would be a great buy.
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