HIS Radeon HD 3650 IceQ Turbo unveiled

Posted on Saturday, Jan 26 2008 @ 03:10 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
HIS unveiled its new Radeon HD 3650 IceQ Turbo graphics card today:
HIS today unveils the HIS Radeon™ HD 3650 IceQ Turbo(Full HD 1080p) 512MB/256MB GDDR3 card, featuring the award-winning IceQ cooling solution. It delivers the next generation of HD graphics with strikingly fast gaming performance, and support for the latest Microsoft® DirectX® 10.1 gaming environment.

Experience the next generation of gaming with incredible performance, life-like graphics and support for the latest Microsoft® DirectX® 10.1. With 120 stream processors and PCI Express® 2.0 support, you’re ready for demanding titles that need more throughput. And thanks to plug-and-play ATI CrossFireX™ upgradeability, it is easy to turbo-charge your 3D performance.

The HIS Radeon™ HD 3650 IceQ (Full HD 1080p) 512MB/256MB GDDR3 card is powered by a chipset with core speed up to 790MHz and memory speed up to 1780MHz. Faster 1.0ns GDDR3 memory is used to boost the performance. Together with HIS awarding-winning IceQ cooling technology, it allows you maintain stunning speeds at an ideal temperature and sound level without sacrificing any of the performance.

HIS IceQ is being recognized as award-winning & performance-leading cooling technology from major media worldwide. HIS IceQ is endorsed as the most efficient cooling technology among the current mainstream graphic cards' series. HIS IceQ can actively draw the air inside your PC case to cool down the card, and blows amounts of hot air out of your case, dramatically decreasing the GPU temperature together with your PC components. Ultra quiet HIS IceQ fan keeps the noise level below 30dB. HIS IceQ is also UV sensitive, enhancing the gamers’ UV light case.


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