HIS HD6770 IceQ X Turbo Crossfire Review


HIS HD6770 IceQ X Turbo Crossfire Review

Unigine Heaven

Unigine used to be a playground for the Radeon cards to strut their stuff. Recent driver updates seem to have greatly neutered their abilities in this particular benchmark. Sadly it's such a tough benchmark that the HD6770 needs all the help it can get, so the combination of reduced driver ability and a low-end card doesn't make for good reading. Even with the Anti-Aliasing off there really isn't much performance to be had.




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Most Recent Comments

10-08-2011, 05:53:13

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

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

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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