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Monday, February 27, 2006
ASUS EAX1300PRO

3. A Closer Look

This page lists available information about a card, such as design, heatsink, fan, voltage and memory cooling among others. In this review, we will not discuss in depth the graphics card's architecture.

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A small cooling fan system occupies the 50% of the cards surface...

Four screws hold the heatsink in place, while no cooling is provided for the memory chipsets on the back of the pcb, as can be seen in the picture below...

Light design in this case too...

A close up of the memory modules reveals that the modules are the Hynix series, clocked at 400MHz (800MHz effective as stated in the card's specs)...

Hynix memory modules...

Last but not least, the card offers a VGA out connector, a Video Out connector and a DVI connector...

This concludes a close-up look of the graphics card. Let us move on to the tests and testbed.




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