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Friday, 02 November 2012 10:05

Power Color Devil 13 HD 7990 6GB reviewed - Packaging

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: The Beast

 Inside the pretty large box are a few standard items you’ll need, as well as a few surprises.

You will receive:
  - instruction manuals,
  - driver CD,
  - three 6-pin to 8-pin power cables,
  - adapters:  1x mini-DP-to-DVI,
                    1x active mini-DP-to-DVI,
                    1x DVI-to-VGA,
  - CrossFire Bridge,
  - 11-piece Wiha Screwdriver set,
  - PowerJack card supporter that’s maximum 235mm long, and will prevent warping and/or bending of the 1.77kg 
    heavy Devil 13 card under its weight.

The package has no pictures of the card, but does it really need to – it’s sleek and modern, while hinting at the beast inside. The Devil 13 HD 7990 comes with a three year warranty.

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