HIS Radeon HD 6990 Crossfire review -
HIS Radeon HD 6990 Gallery
So it's time to have a closer look at the products. Below you can spot the HIS Radeon HD 6990.
Alright let's have a closer look at the Radeon HD 6990. This lengthy card is design (aesthetically) wide based and resembles the previous Radeon HD 6000 series products. Nice dark looks with the ATI red color embedded into the design. HIS applies a colorful sticker on top of the product.
Included in the package is all gear you'll need to get started, including the card (doh!), 2x 6-pin to 8-pin power converter (two), manual, driver CD, CrossfireX bridge and a selection of connector converters.
- 1x mini DisplayPort to passive single-link DVI adapter
- 1x mini DisplayPort to active single-link DVI adapter
- 1x mini DisplayPort to passive HDMI adapter
- 1x mini DisplayPort to full DP adapter
- 1x DVI to DSUB
Overall that's more than required by ATI. A very nice bundle and it's great to see all the converters included.
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