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Date: November 16th, 2009
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: HIS
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS & FEATURES



 

PRODUCT COMPOSITION



So what do you exactly get for US$125 when you purchase this HD4850 videocard. Seeing this is HIS's upgraded HD4850, hopefully nothing is taken away to compensate for he extra cost of the new iCooler.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



HIS supplied a neat folder which included a basic user's manual, a case sticker and a driver CD. Now the interesting surprise is that HIS added in a free video game called StormRise. It doesn't seem to be a bad game and hey, you can't beat the price.


To compliment the software is the hardware kit which consists of a DVI converter, a power cable adapter and a single crossfire bridge. Everything is covered.



And last out of the box is the videocard. Overall it is your standard Radeon HD4850 with the only difference being the new iCooler VPU cooling solution and the blue PCB color. More on the cooler in the upcoming page but overall, there is nothing that stands out as a huge difference.

 

 


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