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Saturday, 22 May 2010 13:04

XFX HD 5870 Black Edition tested - Packaging, Contents

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Review: 900MHz, but 10°C cooler than reference cards











The packaging is similar to the rest of XFX’s HD 5800 offer – small and sturdy. The box features an almost invisible Black Edition sign, which clearly show that the package holds one mean gaming machine.  

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You’ll notice a small Aliens vs Predator picture on the front, meaning that XFX has got you covered for instant out-of-the-box gaming.

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The back of the box shows XFX HD 5870 Black Edition basic features and lists other specs such as 1GB of GDDR5, HDMI and DisplayPort outs, ATI Eyefinity multi-monitor support, DirectX 11, ATI Stream technology, PCI Express 2.0, CrossfireX support, etc.

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HD 5870 Black Edition comes in sturdy dual packaging. The smaller top package holds Aliens vs Predator game, driver CD, installation guide, quick installation guide, DVI-to-VGA adapter, 2x molex-to-6-pin cable adapter and a CrossFire bridge, XFX's "Don't Disturb I'm Gaming" door sign, a neat XFX Black Edition metal badge and a bunch of XFX stickers. You can see what the package contains in the following pictures.

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