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Wednesday, 28 March 2012 13:00

Gainward GTX 680 tested - Packaging

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Faster, cooler, great performer

Gainward’s box may be a bit too large for our taste but size tends to win over many customers. We saw some new pictures on the box and the name is now printed on the side of the box. This is probably a wise move as well, since it can be a bit problematic when the boxes are stacked. The package holds a driver CD, DVI-to-VGA converter and Molex-to-6-pin converter.

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