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HIS Radeon X1300 Pro Review
Author: Gabriel Torres 103,742 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: May 31, 2006
Page: 2 of 10
The Radeon X1300 Pro 256 MB IceQ from HIS
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We disassembled the video card cooler to take a look, see Figures 4 and 5. As you can see, the heatsink is made of aluminum and manufactured by Arctic Cooling.

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Figure 4: IceQ cooler detached from the video card.

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Figure 5: Video card without its cooler.

In Figure 6 you can take a closer look at ATI’s Radeon X1300 Pro chip.

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Figure 6: Radeon X1300 Pro graphics chip.

The heatsink used on this video card doesn’t touch the memory chips, as you can see in Figure 7.

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Figure 7: The video card heatsink doesn’t touch the memory chips.

Talking about memory, this video card uses eight GDDR2 256-Mbit 2.5 ns chips from Infineon (HYB18T256161AF-25), making its 256 MB video memory (256 Mbits x 8 = 256 MB). These are exactly the same memory chips used by ATI on their reference model.

These chips can run up to 800 MHz. Since this video card accesses the memory at 800 MHz there is no room for memory overclocking inside the memory’s specifications. But of course you can try overclock it over its specs.

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Figure 8: 2.5 ns GDDR2 memory chip used by HIS Radeon X1300 Pro.

This board also comes with one S-Video cable, one Composite Video to S-Video adapter, one Component Video adapter and one DVI-to-VGA adapter.

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