HIS HD6770 IceQ X Turbo Crossfire Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

HIS HD6770 IceQ X Turbo Crossfire Review

Introduction

We've always been a fan of the lower-end graphics cards available. There is something enjoyable about finding a gem of a card at a really affordable price that gives us a grin.

One company that have always done their best to push these value cards hard is HIS Digital. They've never been shy about ripping the reference cooler off and using their own, and more often than not giving the GPU a mild overclock.

These low-end cards have usually been great when paired up in Crossfire, and so that's what we're going to do today.

Technical Specifications

Despite being labelled as a HD6770 card, this is really a rebadged HD5770. We've got the Juniper GPU tied in to 128bit Memory. 800 shaders are married to 16 ROPs and 40 texture units. So it's a 5770.

Thankfully HIS have done their very best to breathe new life into it with the IceQ cooler and a speed tweak to the GPU. A free copy of Dirt 3 will help the reality of buying a graphics card from the last generation go down a little smoother.

Model Name HIS 6770 IceQ X Turbo 1GB GDDR5 PCI-E DP/2xDVI/HDMI
Chipset Radeon HD 6770 PCIe Series
ASIC RadeonTM Juniper GPU
Manu. Process (Micron) 40nm
Memory Size (MB) 1024
Memory Type GDDR5
Engine CLK (MHz) 880Mhz
Memory CLK (Gbps) 5Gbps
Memory Interface (bit) 128
Power Supply Requirement 450 Watt minimum
Max. Resolution 2560*1600
Bus Interface PCI Express x16
Display Port Yes
HDMI Yes
DVI 2x Dual-link DVI-I
VGA No
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Most Recent Comments

10-08-2011, 05:53:13

tinytomlogan
Today we're taking a look at a the HD6770 from HIS Digital in IceQ guise, and also running a pair in Crossfire.



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10-08-2011, 06:11:00

SieB
They are pretty impressive in crossfire, especially in Metro, I thought there was something wrong with the results when I saw they were on par with a 590/6990 .

If you want a cheap crossfire set up for £202 two of these are worth it, but for a single card, as said in the review the 6850/70 are the better cards to go with.Quote

10-08-2011, 08:59:40

sheroo
Would you say that these 2 cards at idle are quieter than a reference 6950, and would on the whole perform better? I wonder how these cards would perform @ 5760 * 1080 across 3 monitors (not maxed out obviously)?Quote
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