- Brand Name: HIS
- Model Number: H685F1GD
HIS PCI-Express Video Card (H685F1GD)
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- Chipset: ATI Radeon HD6850; Engine Clock: 775 MHz; Video Memory: 1GB DDR5
- Memory Clock: 4.0 GHz; Memory Interface: 256-bit; Bus: PCI-Express 2.1 x16; RAMDAC: 400 MHz
- Max. Resolution: 2560 x 1600; Connectors: Dual DVI; HDMI; DisplayPort; Thermal: Fansink
- Support Microsoft Windows 7; Support ATI CrossFireX Technology; Support AMD Eyefinity Technology; Support AMD PowerPlay Technology; Support AMD HD3D Technology; Support Stereo 3D Display/Glasses
- Support Dolly TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio technology; Support HDCP - High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection; Support Microsoft DirectX 11, OpenGL 3.2
- 500 Watt or greater power Power Supply Requirement
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YEAH NOT ENOUGH STORAGE STRICTLY GAMING PC
A little disappointing that in the pictures they show a copy of Dirt 3 but it does not come with the card. I was kind of looking forward to playing it. I think they should remove them pictures because it is false advertising.
Gamer graphics cards are for normal-sized towers or bigger. You can get one that glows, like Antec Nine Hundred Steel ATX Ultimate Gamer PC Case (Black).
To install this graphics card, you need PCI 16x, which is the biggest yellow stripe on the motherboard, and then pop that baby back in.
I ran this graphics card on Grand Theft Auto 4 with an 3-year-old Intel Quad Core and 4 gigs of RAM and it gave me 29.4 FPS on all settings super-high using the game's benchmark test. The game was almost unplayable using my old GeForce 9300. Here's a before and after for GTA4:
Average FPS: 13.15
Duration: 37.80 sec
CPU Usage: 51%
System memory usage: 76%
Video memory usage: 92%
Video Mode: 800 x 600 (56 Hz)
Texture Quality: Low
Shadow Quality: Medium
Reflection Resolution: Medium
Water Quality: Medium
Texture Filter Quality: Anisotropic x2
Night Shadows: Off
View Distance: 17
Detail Distance: 9
Average FPS: 29.32
Duration: 36.Read more ›
I built this computer a couple of years ago to be a media center. My onboard graphics card has a HDMI output which I have connected to a 50" Plasma. I could play 1080p movies for the most part fine before and I thought I was getting a good picture quality until I put the HD 6850 in. The picture quality now is phenomenal, and my blu-ray movies start faster without the occasional flickering I would see on 1080p movies with a file size greater than 20GB.
The only negative thing I would have to say about this graphics card is the size. I put this in a HTCP case and the only way to get it to fit was to buy a smaller 600 watt power supply. Even with the smaller power supply the power connection to the graphics card is touching the back of the power supply.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I dropped this in the boy's old rig. His Corsair 400W PSU (thankfully!) handles it fine. Using AMD proprietary drivers in Linux Mint 17, he plays War Game Air Land Battle and other... Read morePublished 18 months ago by OrangeShoes
I ordered this for my son's computer who is away at college. He installed it, and it works as expected. Read morePublished on February 5, 2013 by markthejeweler
i can you ask for more, am not a gamer but got it for watching movie and super crisp picture and my Linux box and windows7 work fantastic with this card i get 7. Read morePublished on January 23, 2013 by Mr. Real Fortin Sr.
good card. but before a month, the fan cooler stop working. Im from venezuela, I can returd my item (bad for me). Read morePublished on January 8, 2012 by Michbort
The card itself is in the sub-200$ range, but it can play almost everything in an 1080p monitor, without being so power hungry (450W should be fine for one of these cards). Read morePublished on December 11, 2011 by Heriberto David Solano
I bought two to run in Crossfire when they first came out. One stopped working altogether after a few months, and the other started showing major artifacting after the same amount... Read morePublished on August 25, 2011 by QFMC
Of course if you're buying this card you understand it's the the high end user model. My advice before purchasing would be to research the card model as there are reviews all over... Read morePublished on July 28, 2011 by Howard Hugh
Can run cryis 2 at max settings at 1440 x 900, when overclocked to 850 x 1200. Very happy with performence for cost.. Only problem is it gets hot very quicky!!! (84-85 celsius). Read morePublished on June 29, 2011 by rmarma01
Muy buen trabajo, excelente tiempo de entrega, pieza nueva como lo ofrecen en la pagina no dudo en recomendarlo, y me gustaria trabajar otra vez con uds.Published on June 28, 2011 by Richard Moya