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XFX Radeon HD 5970 Black Edition Limited 4GB in CrossFire X Review

The XFX HD 5970 Black Edition Limited cards arrive in a package which we initially mistook for being a chassis. In the image above you can see it next to the large Corsair AX750 PSU box. Huge is an understatement.

Inside this box is a very cool Gaming Lan Bag from G8, a specialist company who deal with gaming clothing and accessories. This particular model is obviously branded with XFX logos. You certainly won’t be carrying your graphics card around in it on a regular basis but it can easily fit a massive amount of accessories for your LAN tournaments. There are three pouches on the front which contain various bundled items.

The first pouch contains codes for both Colin McRae Dirt 2 and Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2. There are also some stickers, a do not disturb sign and a metal case badge which is very pretty.

The box in the second pouch contains literature, a Crossfire Connector and a driver CD.

The final box contains the most important items – a wealth of mini Displayport convertors for connection to DVI screens (3), Displayport screens (3), and HDMI (1).

Above, some final shots of the XFX branded Lan Bags from G8. If you see two of these on your table then be sure not to check for the £1,800 credit card bill next month.

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