It's been a while since we've seen anything from TwinTech, but it's nice to see that the company still uses the metal package. It's just nice to see something a bit different than the norm. As for the contents, there's nothing we haven't already seen with TwinTech including a driver CD and manual only.
Having a look at our final card, there's nothing we haven't really seen from the other models. We've got quite a large cooler sitting over the top of the GPU. TwinTech decided not to add any kind of shroud, so while it doesn't look all that exciting, it's sure to just do its job.
Connectivity like the rest of the bunch also holds no surprises with the same Dual-Link DVI, VGA and native HDMI port that is seen on all the other cards.
As for the specifications of the model, there's nothing here that we haven't seen in the last two cards with the clocks coming in at the reference speeds which mean 550MHz on the core, 1340MHz on the shader and 3400MHz QDR on the 512MB of GDDR5 memory.
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- Page 17 [Temperature and Sound Tests]
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