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VVIKOO GeForce 9600GT Turbo 512MB - The Package

Shane takes his first look at a VVIKOO graphics card. Let's see if they can make an impression with their 9600GT Turbo.

| NVIDIA GeForce GPU in Video Cards | Posted: Mar 25, 2008 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 97%      Manufacturer: VVIKOO

The Package


The box isn't really anything to write home about; though it does tell us everything we need to know. Across the bottom we can see the brand while the left shows us the model along with some of the main features. We can also see that the card has 512MB of GDDR3 on a 256-bit bus.



The right shows us the standard line-up of NVIDIA logos along with a sticker that lets us know that a full version copy of Tomb Raider Anniversary is included within the bundle.



Turning the box over, we have a bit of a blurb on the card along with some of the features on the right in a multitude of languages. The left tells us a bit about SLI and some of the other technology implemented into the card.



Inside the package we have a standard DVI to VGA connector, Molex to PCI-E connector along with the loop back cable that is becoming common in NVIDIA cards so that you can get sound through the HDMI port. We also have an optical cable which we will talk about later on.



We have the standard installation guide, driver CD and as we saw on the front of the box a full version copy of Tomb Raider: Anniversary included.


A nice little bundle, but this isn't what impressed us!


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