Dual DVI for gamers
Subject: Graphics Cards | February 8, 2006 - 05:49 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Bona Fide reviews continues their examination of ATI's range of cards, today it is the HIS X1600XT IceQ Turbo, with dual DVI and an IceQ cooler that gives the card a little advantage on overclocking over more standard cooling. Also, the fact that it requires no extra power to run, and it still performs as a solid mid-range graphics card makes it an attractive buy.
"After reviewing the Sapphire X1300, we continue the X1K line of reviews with the HIS X1600XT
Turbo. The X1600XT features the effective IceQ cooler which allows for it to be branded with the
"Turbo" label. With the help of the IceQ cooler, HIS has created a X1600XT card that can be
overclocked with a single click using their iTurbo utility. The recent announcements of the 7800GS
and X1900XT have caused the X1600XT to be pushed even further down the food chain which is a very
good thing for consumers due to competitive pricing of models."
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