The product reviewed today originate from Gigabyte, let's have a peek at what they shipped in shall we?
First off, let me compliment Gigabyte for being creative. We've missed this a lot ever since a year or two ago. A snug but most of all sturdy package. The toolbox case is complimentary to the card. You'll receive two PEG power (8-pin) converters, one DisplayPort converter (mini to regular) and a DVI to DSUB converter. Next to that a manual and drivers.
Also included in the bundle is a professional gaming mouse... this is the M8000X gaming mouse, let me just CC some of its features:
High-performance AVAGO 6090 Laser sensor
Adjustable sensitivity up to 4000 dpi
Support 15 customizable onboard settings with macro editing
8KB GHOST Engine onboard memory
Scroll wheel with 24 individual click position
16-bit ultra-wide data path
5 independently programmable gaming button
Easy "Up-down" DPI adjustment button
Sweat-Proof Ergonomic streamline shape
Ultra-Durable slick Teflon feet
Gaming-grade USB cable with gold-plated USB connector
Professional GHOSTTM Engine mouse software suite included
Weight tuning up to 38 grams of metal weights
An excellent mouse by the way, worth 50 EUR alone. Anyway, back to the card.
The card itself is 11-inches long, that's give or take 28cm in the metric system. Power connectors are located at the top side to give you a little extra room to play around with. The card is 100% reference based up-to the MHz precise, the only thing that differs are the stickers.
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