Gigabyte GeForce GTX 680 SOC review -
Here we can see that the GTX 680 GV-N680SOC-2GD is equipped with that massive non-reference designed cooling solution. It features five 40mm fans. The large cooler shroud is covering quite heavy arrangement of aluminum fins which are connected to the GPU by nine copper plated heatpipes.
Gigabyte again uses NEC Proadlizer Quintuple chips show on the back side of the video card. These are said to improve ESL/ESR noise and provide a cleaner power signal to the GPU and the memory.
And here the initial tests on a test-bench, three slots it will use folks. It's big and massive, but so is it's performance.
Once actiavted at the backside you'll spot active phase LEDs.
Two 8-pin power connectors are being used and yeah, it's time to move onwards into the review eh ?
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