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Friday, 17 May 2013 08:28

HIS iCooler Turbo HD 7790 reviewed

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Good OC potential and cooling

Today we’ll take a closer look at a factory overclocked HD 7790, courtesy of HIS. The HIS HD 7790 iCooler Turbo graphics card is cooled by HIS’ in-house iCooler which should keep the temperatures in check while providing silent operation.

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The HD 7790 is based on AMD’s new Bonaire core, which fits snugly in between the HD 7770 and HD 7850. The new Bonaire GPU is a 28nm CGN part, optimized for superior power efficiency.

HD 7790 iCooler Turbo’s GPU is clocked at 1075MHz, while the memory ticks at 6400MHz. The reference core speed is 1000MHz, and the reference memory speed is 6000 MHz. HIS also has a reference clocked iCooler card. This means that only the difference between the plain and "Turbo" card are tuned up operating clocks (+75MHz for the core and 100MHz for the memory). The overclock is not spectacular, but we believe it is controlled by AMD. Other AMD partners came up with the same factory overclock but not one of them dared to push his card further. In our overclocking tests we will prove that the card is capable of attaining much higher clocks than 1075MHz.

Here are the specifications for the HD 7790 iCooler Turbo:

Model Name

HIS 7790 iCooler Turbo 1GB GDDR5 PCI-E DP/2xDVI/HDMI

Chipset

Radeon HD 7790 PCIe Series

ASIC

Radeon HD 7790 GPU

Manu. Process (Micron)

28nm

Memory Size (MB)

1024

Memory Type

GDDR5

Engine CLK (MHz)

1075MHz

Memory CLK (Gbps)

6.4Gbps

Memory Interface (bit)

128bit

Power Supply Requirement

500 Watt or greater power 

Max. Resolution

4096x2160 per display (DisplayPort 1.2)
2560x1600 per display (Dual-link DVI)

Bus Interface

PCI Express 3.0 x16

DisplayPort

Yes

HDMI

Yes

DVI

Dual-link DVI-I + Dual-link DVI-D

VGA

No

 

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