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Tuesday, 17 May 2011 14:00

Gainward GTX 560 Phantom reviewed - 2. The Package

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Review: Where did the 'Ti' go? 


 

The GTX 560 Phantom’s packaging is similar to that of GTX 560 Ti Phantom card. Nvidia really made the design part easy for its partners, as all they had to do was erase the 'Ti's and ship them away.

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Below you see the GTX 560 Ti Phantom packaging.
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Inside you'll find a 6-pin connector, user's manual and driver CD. There are no video converters because the card comes with three different video outs by default.


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