HIS Radeon HD 4850 ICEQ4 TurboX review -
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The cooler, works really well, not at all noisy noisy. The nice thing is that is disposes heat outside your system. A big positive. Memory is covered with RAMsinks, the plastic cooler material is UV reflective as we'll show you on the next page.
Due to the height, the cooler uses up two slots. All the way to the right one 6-pin power connector. A Molex converter power plug is included should your PSU not have the 6-pin connector.
Bundled we see the following:
- DVI to VGA Dongle x 1
- DVI to HDMI Dongle x 1
- S-Video to Composite adapter
- Crossfire bridge x 1
- Driver CD
- Multi-purpose magnetic screwdriver with LED.
Box shot so you know what to look for in the stores.
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