So its time to have a closer look at the retail product. First off, above is the packaging so you know what to look for in the stores, and well .. just to satisfy your curiosity of course ;)
Above you can spot the package bundle. That card is custom alright, heatpipe based cooling and overall silent, but we'll show you that in out tests of course. Bundled are the basics like drivers and card power cables.
Being the IceQ X Turbo Edition the card is factory clocked at 820 MHz on the GPU for you, memory is running at a faster effective data-rate of 4400 MHz as well.
The card is non-reference obviously, and comes with a DisplayPort 1.2 connector, one HDMI 1.4a connector and two DVI connectors, one of which is single and the other is dual-link.
If you have a very high resolution Dual-link monitor at 2560x1600 and connect your card to the single link connector, your resolution could be cut in half to ~1280x1024 or something close. Use the dual-link connector, and you'll have the full 2560x1600 resolution available. This of course only applies to the two DVI connectors.
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