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Closer Look: ASUS V9950

The graphics card from ASUS comes in a big box decorated with an impressive hi-tech collage on the front cover:

The package includes the graphics card, of course, the S-Video-to-RCA converter, the DVI-to-D-Sub converter, additional power supply cable, the user’s manual and an impressive heap of CD-discs with drivers, utilities and games. Among the bundled software pieces, I would definitely like to mention Black Hawk Down and Gun Metal:

The graphics card follows NVIDIA’s original reference design for GeForce FX 5900/5900 Ultra and differs from the “Ultra” version only by the absence of memory chips on the reverse side of the PCB:

  

The connectors set laid out on ASUS V9950 is pretty standard: D-Sub, DVI-I and S-Video:

 
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