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ASUS GeForce EN7950GT Graphics Card - The Package

Our focus today is on the ASUS GeForce EN7950GT graphics card. We discuss cost and performance vs. the cheaper 7900GS.

| NVIDIA GeForce GPU in Video Cards | Posted: Dec 1, 2006 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 7.0%      Manufacturer: ASUS

The Package

 

ASUS continuing with the big box fashion we have seen for a while, there is a theme on the box that relates to the game that is included inside. In this case, it's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter - not a bad choice.

 

 

While we have this huge box information on the front of the box is a bit limited, what we can see thought is that 512MB of DDR-3 memory is on the card, Ghost Recon is included, the card is HDCP compliant and of course is PCI Express.

 

 

Turning the box over we have our normal array of extended specifications which include chip features and some more specific ones in regards to what ASUS offer. We also have a few of the hundreds awards that ASUS have received over the years.

 

 

Getting to what's inside the box we have our normal manual, driver CD, copy of the manual on the CD and copy of Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter.

 

 

Cable wise we have a PCI Express connector, component out cable for making use of the TV Out abilities along with a DVI to VGA connector just in case you don't have a DVI monitor.

 

 

As a little extra ASUS have included a little CD Wallet which we see in most of their higher-end cards. The overall package isn't too bad with the little extras and a full version game included.

ASUS GeForce 7950, (512 MB) Graphic Card

 

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