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Tuesday, 29 November 2011 10:49

Gainward Geforce GT 520 SilentFX reviewed - 2. The Package

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: The most affordable Geforce 500 series card

Geforce GT 520 1GB SilentFX comes in a small but sturdy box that emphasizes that the card received the ‘Good’ design treatment, which means that Gainward uses special cooling. This time around, it’s a dual slot passive cooler. The box holds the card, a short user manual and driver CD.
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Just like most Nvidia’s mainstream cards, Geforce GT 520 comes with support for 3D Vision, PhysX acceleration, PureVideo HD, blu-ray acceleration, CUDA support, DX11. Naturally, all these features are emphasized on the box.

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