KFA2 GeForce GTX 460 Razor Single Slot review
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 01/13/2011 02:00 PM [ 0 comment(s) ]
The boxeee ... a common verb these days. KFA2, for those amongst you that still do not know, is the New European premium brand of Galaxy.
Above, you can see the card we tested, this is the KFA2 GeForce GTX 460 1024MB Razor series. The card comes with a fairly basic bundle, no additional game software or anything. 675 MHz is the default reference clock frequency used on the core. The 1GB 256-bit gDDR5 memory is clocked at 3800 MHz.
The single slot design is elaborate alright, we like that. The board has been fitted with that thin cooler, making that Razor reference applicable.
This card will eat up one PCI slot. The benefits obviously are more space, no blockage of PCI(e) slots versus okay noise levels versus fair temperatures.
Two 6-pin PEG power connectors are required for this board. Power consumption is rated at a 160W TDP for the reference design 1024MB model, the TDP as we measure it is in fact a little lower, which was a nice surprise.
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