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Monday, 24 September 2012 15:10

Gainward GTX 690 reviewed - Packaging

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: New driver boosts performance even further

The packaging that Gainward used for GTX 680/670 cards is already quite bulky, so there was no need to make a bigger one. The design is solid and will keep the card safe. Additionally, Nvidia’s decision to put the cards’ names on the sides made shopping for a new card much easier.  

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The box holds a single 2x6-pin to 8-pin power cable, driver CD and Quick Start Installation Guide. The CD includes EXPERTool graphics card management utility and a good part of the Quick Start Manual is reserved for it. Naturally, we’ll discuss this in more detail in our OC section.

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