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Tuesday, 20 December 2011 15:20

HIS shows its HD 6930 IceQ X graphics card

Written by Slobodan Simic

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We already wrote about the HD 6930 last week and now HIS has launched its own version, the HIS Radeon HD 6930 IceQ X.

In case you missed it, the HD 6930 packs 1280 stream processors, 32 ROPs and 80 TMUs, either 1GB or 2GB of GDDR5 memory paired up with 256-bit memory interface and the clocks are 750MHz for the GPU, 4.8GHz for memory. We already wrote that this SKU is meant only for Chinese and Russian market and should not appear in the rest of the world.

HIS has launched its own version of the HD 6930 that features its quite famous dual-slot IceQ X cooler and according to Expreview.com, this US $199 card holds its ground well against the HD 6950 and it is only about 6.2 percent slower on average than the HD 6950 2GB card.

You can check out the rest of the test over at Expreview.com.

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