HIS 4670 IceQ 512MB
The card itself has the standard IceQ styling, with some swirley ice like stuff, all over the shroud. It’s also of quite a petite size when compared to some of the higher end offerings we’ve reviewed recently.
At the front end is a dark blue, translucent fan surrounded by the frosted shroud which directs the air in through the front, and sends it towards the rear, blowing it across the internal heatsink.
Which sits underneath the main section of the shroud, that displays a large HIS logo, and a smaller IceQ one.
On one edge of the card, are two crossfire bridge connectors which allow you to connect another card of the same type to this one, for added performance.
At the rear we have the standard twin DVI ports, and a single SVideo connector. These sit alongside the rear grill which allows hot air blowing from inside the cooler, to exit straight out the rear.
The fan is powered by a 2pin connector, which is found neatly on the PCB; keeps things simple.
The back of the card has no sticky out mounting plates or screws, so you shouldn’t have any clearance issues. However, you can see that on the rear there are exposed RAM chips, so be careful if you attempt heavy memory overclocking.