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|Review: Gigabyte GTX 670 OC 2GB Windforce 3X|
|Posted by Ed Smith|
|Wednesday, 19 December 2012 00:02|
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Photos Part One: The Box and Accessories
The box is very box-like. Surprise!
Pretty standard Gigabyte box layout. Some discussion of the heatsink, a few logos, a large android eyeball. Normal stuff.
The sides are even less remarkable, though actually rather more informative really.
The ends are more classic Gigabyte, nothing overly interesting.
Inside the box we find... A box! After boxception, we have a GPU and some accessories:
I'm not the first reviewer/tester to have my hands on this card, most of the accessories have disappeared by this point. I'm left with the GPU and these two power adaptors:
If you actually need these to connect a single GPU to your power supply, it's time for a new power supply. There are a number of units that can support two GTX670s power wise that only have two cables rather than the four needed though, so it's nice of Gigabyte to include these adaptors.
I expect that the card would normally come with a driver CD and and a manual at the very least, but as I mentioned those have vanished by this point.
We'll look at the GPU itself on the next page.