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RX 580, but this one was hardly known

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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP

http://www.hisdigital.com/id/product2-943.shtml

Chinese review of that same card

http://yujihw.com/review/his-rx-580-iceq-x²-turbo-8gb-review

 

So this exists... and I don't know jack squat about Hightech Information Systems (HIS) as much as the next guy.

I was cruising around facebook marketplace, searched under rx 580 8gb on a whim. I saw MSI, Sapphire, Gigabyte, the usual stuff. Then, I came across a 580, whose brand is unknown to me. And I looked around to find that exact model for same price of around $125, which was waaaay below other used rx 580s.

What do you guys think in terms of:

Design/Aesthetics?

Cooling Performance?

Noise Performance?

Overall Performance?

Longetivity?

And efficiency?

And others that I forgot to mention.

 

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HIS was a big name alongside Sapphire, they havent done so well in recent years though and quit many markets. I have heard of some HIS cards sharing origins with XFX cards.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, 7Hertz said:

HIS are very well known.

In here, they are well known as amd's a4 6th gen


I'm slightly above potato, but I'm getting there...

Not-so-Poor Man's Land:

Ryzen 3 2200G with Stock Cooler (CPU @ 3.8 GHz @1.312V, iGPU @ 1500MHz @ 1.1V),

TeamGroup T-Force Delta DDR4 Gaming 16GB (2x8GB) 16-17-17-37-58 @ 1.35V,

Hard D's are WD 1TB Blue & SeaGate Barracuda (old) 500 GB 7.2k,

DeepCool Wave V2 case with DeepCool DE500 V2,

Display: BenQ GL 2070 on DVI

Keyboard: Generic PS/2 Keyboard

Mouse: Generic USB Mouse

And yes, there are no fans. No fan power needed!

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Just now, Totally Average Gameplay said:

In here, they are well known as amd's a4 6th gen

Userbase is rather young seemingly.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Jurrunio said:

HIS was a big name alongside Sapphire, they havent done so well in recent years though and quit many markets. I have heard of some HIS cards sharing origins with XFX cards.

So, what do you think of this card if you've ever had this?


I'm slightly above potato, but I'm getting there...

Not-so-Poor Man's Land:

Ryzen 3 2200G with Stock Cooler (CPU @ 3.8 GHz @1.312V, iGPU @ 1500MHz @ 1.1V),

TeamGroup T-Force Delta DDR4 Gaming 16GB (2x8GB) 16-17-17-37-58 @ 1.35V,

Hard D's are WD 1TB Blue & SeaGate Barracuda (old) 500 GB 7.2k,

DeepCool Wave V2 case with DeepCool DE500 V2,

Display: BenQ GL 2070 on DVI

Keyboard: Generic PS/2 Keyboard

Mouse: Generic USB Mouse

And yes, there are no fans. No fan power needed!

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, 7Hertz said:

Userbase is rather young seemingly.

I didn't get it. Pardon?


I'm slightly above potato, but I'm getting there...

Not-so-Poor Man's Land:

Ryzen 3 2200G with Stock Cooler (CPU @ 3.8 GHz @1.312V, iGPU @ 1500MHz @ 1.1V),

TeamGroup T-Force Delta DDR4 Gaming 16GB (2x8GB) 16-17-17-37-58 @ 1.35V,

Hard D's are WD 1TB Blue & SeaGate Barracuda (old) 500 GB 7.2k,

DeepCool Wave V2 case with DeepCool DE500 V2,

Display: BenQ GL 2070 on DVI

Keyboard: Generic PS/2 Keyboard

Mouse: Generic USB Mouse

And yes, there are no fans. No fan power needed!

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Yallo? Anybody?


I'm slightly above potato, but I'm getting there...

Not-so-Poor Man's Land:

Ryzen 3 2200G with Stock Cooler (CPU @ 3.8 GHz @1.312V, iGPU @ 1500MHz @ 1.1V),

TeamGroup T-Force Delta DDR4 Gaming 16GB (2x8GB) 16-17-17-37-58 @ 1.35V,

Hard D's are WD 1TB Blue & SeaGate Barracuda (old) 500 GB 7.2k,

DeepCool Wave V2 case with DeepCool DE500 V2,

Display: BenQ GL 2070 on DVI

Keyboard: Generic PS/2 Keyboard

Mouse: Generic USB Mouse

And yes, there are no fans. No fan power needed!

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My 2nd GPU was ATI HIS 9100 i bought back in 2003/2004. They're not quite popular in western and market share is pretty low.

I don't know much about their cooler performance since Polaris released. Look pretty ugly to my eyes.


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6 hours ago, Totally Average Gameplay said:

http://www.hisdigital.com/id/product2-943.shtml

Chinese review of that same card

http://yujihw.com/review/his-rx-580-iceq-x²-turbo-8gb-review

 

So this exists... and I don't know jack squat about Hightech Information Systems (HIS) as much as the next guy.

I was cruising around facebook marketplace, searched under rx 580 8gb on a whim. I saw MSI, Sapphire, Gigabyte, the usual stuff. Then, I came across a 580, whose brand is unknown to me. And I looked around to find that exact model for same price of around $125, which was waaaay below other used rx 580s.

What do you guys think in terms of:

Design/Aesthetics?

Cooling Performance?

Noise Performance?

Overall Performance?

Longetivity?

And efficiency?

And others that I forgot to mention.

 

 

I think its pretty with those blue "eyes" :) but admit to have poor taste (which is among other reasons i run a closed case lol).

 

However from that review "It should be noted that this card requires about 270W of power after overclocking, which exceeds the 225W of PCIE 8 PCI+ PCIE slot specified by PCIE" does not sit well with me (even though can be prevented by less oc and perhaps undervolt, i dont like hw that could make other stuff go out of spec).

 

The 1st link mention "4 phases", which, at near or over 200w sounds like "not a lot and probably very hot", but am not sure if i intrepret that correctly though.

 

Mind you, im overly cautios and am a overkill better safe than sorry kind so take my opinion with a grain of salt ;)

Looking at the product photos of 1st link and review photos, the bending /squashing of the heatpipes makes it look like the card was a crash test dummy in a car accident. Propably works, but just, well "eeew"..

Other than that, for the right price, it could be interesting; would love to have one for just a day to test it like reviewers do (but than again, who wouldnt :) )

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On 4/25/2019 at 6:13 AM, Bartholomew said:

 

I think its pretty with those blue "eyes" :) but admit to have poor taste (which is among other reasons i run a closed case lol).

 

However from that review "It should be noted that this card requires about 270W of power after overclocking, which exceeds the 225W of PCIE 8 PCI+ PCIE slot specified by PCIE" does not sit well with me (even though can be prevented by less oc and perhaps undervolt, i dont like hw that could make other stuff go out of spec).

 

The 1st link mention "4 phases", which, at near or over 200w sounds like "not a lot and probably very hot", but am not sure if i intrepret that correctly though.

 

Mind you, im overly cautios and am a overkill better safe than sorry kind so take my opinion with a grain of salt ;)

 

Looking at the product photos of 1st link and review photos, the bending /squashing of the heatpipes makes it look like the card was a crash test dummy in a car accident. Propably works, but just, well "eeew"..

 

Other than that, for the right price, it could be interesting; would love to have one for just a day to test it like reviewers do (but than again, who wouldnt :) )

 

Weirdly enough, it sells the same price in different places. Its priced at PHP 6500 new/used which is roughly $125 (that could tell you where I'm located).


I'm slightly above potato, but I'm getting there...

Not-so-Poor Man's Land:

Ryzen 3 2200G with Stock Cooler (CPU @ 3.8 GHz @1.312V, iGPU @ 1500MHz @ 1.1V),

TeamGroup T-Force Delta DDR4 Gaming 16GB (2x8GB) 16-17-17-37-58 @ 1.35V,

Hard D's are WD 1TB Blue & SeaGate Barracuda (old) 500 GB 7.2k,

DeepCool Wave V2 case with DeepCool DE500 V2,

Display: BenQ GL 2070 on DVI

Keyboard: Generic PS/2 Keyboard

Mouse: Generic USB Mouse

And yes, there are no fans. No fan power needed!

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