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Wednesday, 23 January 2013 08:55

Sapphire’s tiny Edge HD3 put to the test - Packaging

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Brazos barebone bonanza

The packaging looks nice and inside we found power cable with adapter, an HDMI cable, one HDMI to DVI adapter, desktop base, driver-CD, quick installation guide and information regarding product registration (Sapphire Select Club).

The Quick installation guide is very short. The driver-CD comes with more detailed information regarding bios settings. Edge HD3 ships with FreeDOS, but that is not what end-users want. We did not find any description of how to install a new operating system, so this approach might not be ideal for all consumers. 

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