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Monday, 21 March 2011 10:00

Gainward GTX 550 Ti Golden Sample tested - 3. The Package

Written by Sanjin Rados

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UPDATED: Nvidia's new midrange on Gainward's steroids

That Gainward’s card is a mainstream product is evident from the relatively small package. However, ‘Golden Sample’ and ‘GOOD’ mean that this is not your ordinary mainstream offering, but rather an overclocked card with special cooling.

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Gainward’s ‘GOOD’ edition cards come with several different video outs, due to which there are no other connectors in the box other than the 6-pin power cable.

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