Wednesday, January 11, 2012

HIS Radeon HD 7970 - 3GB - GDDR5

The all new extreme gaming gears HIS 7970 series now available, based from HIS official website, HIS Radeon HD 7970 with 3GB of memory capacity and GDDR5 type was added on their graphics card line-up. Comes with more than "new gen graphics card tech label", HIS Radeon HD 7970 also equipped with more performance and awesome specs features.
HIS Radeon HD 7970

As you can see, HIS 7970 powered by 3GB of memory size and also GDDR5 of memory type, it's more more than enough to produces more performance on our desktop computer. As one of the new premium graphics card from HIS digital, and based from AMD 7970 GPU series, HIS Radeon HD has been born with 925 MHz of GPU default clock speed, 5500 MHz of memory clock, 384 bit of memory interface and you have to know that HIS 7970 also released with new gen of PCI-E series, yes there is PCI-E 3.0 available on this graphics card. Let see more specs here.

HIS Radeon HD 7970 Specs and Features :
- New 28nm process technology
- AMD 7970 GPU
- 384 bit of memory interface
- Support DirextX 11
- 2560x1600 of max resolution for single display
- HDMI and Dual-link DVI-I
- PCI-e 3.0 for better performance than PCI-e 2.0
- Low power consumption
- 500W of minimum pure power supply allowed
HIS Radeon HD 7970 3GB GDDR5
- Support latest 3D PC games
- Support 7.1 channel audio VIA HDMI
- Full HD 1080p supported
- 4 HD ready, and more

HIS 7970 graphics card
On the BOX
- HIS graphics card
- CrossFireXTM Bridge
- Active mini display port to DVI cable
- HDMI to DVI cable
- DVI-VGA adapter
- Weight lifter
- Install CD with multilingual user guide
- Quick installation guide
- HIS Power Up Label
(pics and reference via :

See also another AMD 7970 series :
- MSI Radeon HD 7970
- Gigabyte Radeon HD 7970
- Sapphire Radeon HD 7970

Well done, HIS Radeon HD 7970 looks so powerful with fast GPU and memory clock speed, 3GB GDDR5, and 384 bit of memory interface it's also completed with more accessories on the box. This is the beginning of the premium graphics card war in 2012, let see what can NVidia do to beat the AMD 7970 series.

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