Radeon HD 5970 Single card and Crossfire review
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 11/17/2009 02:00 PM [ 0 comment(s) ]
Product Gallery - HIS Radeon HD 5970 LE
We already explained that we have two samples in our LAB, as such we'll be reviewing the HIS Radeon HD 5970 LE. The card comes in a beautiful packaging, lengthy like a gamers sword.
Once we open up the box we see all kinds of goodies tucked away in the packaging, it's literally stuffed. let's check that out.
So that's quite something. Check it out:
- HIS Radeon HD 5970 2048MB (725c/4000m)
- HIS iClear card - for PCie bus signal filtering (guarantees a clearer / clean bus signal)
- HIS 7-in-1 Gamers toolkit. Four head Multipurpose screwdriver with LED light and a dust cleaner.
- Colin Mc Rae Dirt 2 coupon for the full game
- DVI-HDMI converter
- DVI-SUBD converter
- Molex to 6-pin PEG power cable converter
- Molex to 8-pin PEG power cable converter
- Mini Displayport converter
- Driver CD / Manual
That is quite an extraordinary bundle alright ! Next to the graphics card, the HIS iClear card is a funky addition. Signal noise on the PCie bus might not be a huge issue, but cleaning up signal delivery is always a good thing. Anyway, fantastic bundle -- can't say anything else other than it being positive..
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