Date: February 4th, 2010
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: HIS
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So what do you exactly get for US$155 when you purchase HIS's HD5750 IceQ+ videocard.
HIS supplies the usual driver CD, a basic installation guide along with a full version of Colin McRae Dirt 2 which fully supports DirectX 11. As I have said previously, any videocard that comes complete with a decent game is a huge plus in my books.
The hardware kit covered all the bases with a VGA to DVI adapter, a six pin power cable along with a crossfire bridge. Nothing much more is needed.
And last out of the box is the videocard itself. With this version of the HD 5750, HIS in true form ditched any sort of standard cooling and went straight for its IceQ+ cooling solution. Not only is this a huge upgrade from stock, it also vents all heated air right out the back of the case and thus will not be a factor in increasing your internal case temperatures. Also keep in mind that it is almost silent, it is UV reactive and let's not forget it looks pretty good as well. For US$155 bucks you could ask for much more.