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Wednesday, 07 January 2009 15:31

Sapphire Atomic HD 4870 X2 is the fastest single slot card around - 2. Packaging

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Watercooled GPU and CPU


The packaging will surely soothe even the greatest nonbelievers in postal services’ “handle with care” rules. A large cardboard box contains another cardboard box and a lot of foam hiding a large case. Sapphire made sure that nothing happens to this card on its way to the customer and the case contains everything you need, except for maybe one or two games that, taking price into account, should’ve been included.

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The case is nice and you can put it to many good uses, but we’re more interested in its contents. Inside you’ll find a nicely secured graphics card and Asetek’s water-cooling kit.

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This is a limited edition graphics card and each card comes with certificate of authenticity. It all looks nice and neat, which is somewhat expected if you’re to splash out €600 for a graphics card.

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Underneath the graphics card you’ll find a mini-chamber with a a cardboard box containing:

     Documentation and the Driver CD;
     PowerDVD, Cyberlink DVD Suite, Ruby ROM, 3DMark Vantage;  
     Sapphire limited edition certificate;   
     2x Sapphire USB stick;   
     2x VGA Power cable;   
     DVI to Analog VGA adapter;
     HDMI to DVI adapter;
     3 meters of HDMI cable;
     S-Video adapter, TV out adapter;    
     CrossFire bridge;
     CPU block mounting plates with screws;
     A large Atomic sticker. 


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