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Monday, 13 January 2014 00:02

XFX Radeon DD R9 290X 1000M 4GB reviewed - Packaging

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: It delivers Über performance with a lot less noise

The packaging for the R9 280X 1000M has the same dimensions as the rest of XFX’s HD R9/7000/6000/5000 offer – it is small and sturdy. However the visual appearance is now changed more the way of being classic old school design, which is good.
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With this card you will also get Battlefield 4, which is a nice freebie.

In the box you’ll find:
User Guide,
Quick Installation Guide,
Driver DVD,
Driver/CD Install Guide,
1x molex to 6-pin Power Adapter,
1x 6-pin to 8-pin Power Adapter,
CrossFire Bridge, and some promotional material.

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