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Galaxy GeForce GTX 285 Overclocked Graphics Card - The Package

Galaxy has taken the time to overclock the GTX 285 and we see exactly what this does for the cards performance.

| NVIDIA GeForce GPU in Video Cards | Posted: Mar 6, 2009 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 92%Manufacturer: Galaxy

The Package

 

Galaxy has opted for a longer box that doesn't sit quite as tall. We can just see in the photo that the top left corner has the Galaxy logo while the right makes mention that the card is overclocked. We also have a picture of a spider and web down this side of the box.

 

Galaxy GTX 285 Overclocked Graphics Card

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Across the bottom we have the model mentioned along with some of the main features like 1GB of GDDR3 memory on a 512-bit bus. Next to that we have a sticker of some of the main features of the actual GPU and to the right we have a couple of NVIDIA logos representing some more of the features.

 

Galaxy GTX 285 Overclocked Graphics Card

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Turning the box over, we have a heap of information regarding some of the cool things a GTX 200 series card can do. To the right of the package we have the minimum requirements of the card and we also have some information on SLI and what's needed to get it up and running.

 

Galaxy GTX 285 Overclocked Graphics Card

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As far as paperwork goes there isn't a whole lot going on. We have a user manual and a quick start guide. As far as software goes we've got a DVD which has a driver and user manual on it as well.

 

Galaxy GTX 285 Overclocked Graphics Card

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In the cable department we have a fair bit going on. There are two dual molex to 6-pin PCI Express power connectors, component-out convertor, DVI to VGA and DVI to HDMI convertors, S-Video out cable and an S/PDIF loopback cable that isn't pictured here; this helps get sound through the aforementioned DVI to HDMI convertor.

 

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