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Asus GTX760 Direct CU Mini and HD7850 Direct CU II V2 Review


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The box holding the Asus GTX760 Direct CU Mini is tiny. There is a depiction of the cooling system on the front of the box.
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The bundle includes a software disc, a power converter cable and some literature on the product. Always best ensuring you download the latest drivers direct from the Nvidia website however.
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The dual slot Asus GTX760 Direct CU Mini is built on a 170mm black PCB. The single fan rests at the right of the card and the CoolTech fan is designed to force a wide span of air across the components underneath and out the rear of the case.
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The card has two DVI ports, a single HDMI port and a DisplayPort. All outputs can be used simultaneously so triple monitor is possible. There is audio supported via HDMI 1.4a.
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There are two SLi connectors, to allow for 2,3 and 4 way configurations.
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The GTX760 Direct CU Mini takes power from a single 8 pin connector rather than two 6 pin connectors. This can support up to 225Watts of power.
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The cooler uses a vapor chamber baseplate. The cooler has dedicated support for the memory chips and VRM components. The GDDR5 memory chips are by SK Hynix and are specified to run at 1,500mhz (6Gbps effective).
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The Nvidia GK104 core is built on the 28nm process. There are 32 ROPS, 96 TMU’s and 1,152 Cuda Cores. The 2GB of GDDR5 memory is connected via a 256 bit memory interface. The GPU clock is set to 1,006mhz with a turbo boost of 1,072mhz. The reference GTX760 is clocked at 980mhz core.


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