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Wednesday, May 25, 2005
Club3D Volari V3XT

3. A closer look

The Club3D Volari V3XT is one of the slimmest graphics cards we've seen lately.

The front side of the card.(click for hi-res).

A quite large silver painted fanless heatsink is responsible for cooling the card by dissipating the heat across its surface area. Being fanless is one of the most intriguing features the V3XT offers as it makes the card ideal for Video playback or generally building a multimedia/family computer. Also, being that small the card can be easily installed on mini-ATX boxes without taking up much space.

The core of the Volari V3XT

Removing the heatsink from the blue PCB reveals the V3XT core and the memory modules hidden underneath. The V3XT core is the star of the show, providing the graphics card with all its supported features and doing all the rendering.

128MB of Hynix HY5DU561622CT-5 memory

The Club3D V3XT utilizes a set of Hynix HY5DU561622CT-5 (5ns) memories offering a total of 128MB memory capacity.

and out of the case...

One VGA, one DVI and a TV-out output are located on the card's rear.

 




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