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Thursday, 15 May 2014 15:13

PowerColor PCS+ R9 290 put to the test - The Packaging

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Silent R9 290 with R9 290X power

The PCS+ R9 290 box looks very nice. At the rear you’ll find some basic info about the components and the cooler, which make it clear that this is not a reference card. However we would like to see at least one image of the actual card on the box. Brick and mortar retail is still not dead and a photo would help.

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In the box you’ll find:

- Quick Installation Guide

- Driver DVD

- DVI to VGA dongle

- 6-pin to 8-pin converter

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