- Packaging and Specification
- Closer Look Part 1
- Closer Look Part 2
- Test bench and testing methodology
- Futuremark Benchmarks
- Cinebench OpenGL Benchmarks
- Catzilla Benchmark
- Unigine Heavens DX11 Benchmark
- Unigine Valley 1.0 Benchmark
- Battlefield 3 (Operation Swordfish) Benchmark
- Dirt 3 DX11 Benchmark
- Sleeping Dogs DX11 Benchmark
- Passion Leads Army (Unreal 3 Engine) Benchmark
- Resident Evil 5 DX10 Benchmark
- Resident Evil 6 DX9.0c Benchmark
- Sniper Elite V2 DX11 Benchmark
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The only Graphic card that I’ve received from Asus for evaluation purposes which had a proper packaging (to my knowledge) was Asus’ GTX 650Ti DirectCU II card. This card did come with the carton box, but the card wrapped like a ‘bubble-wrap Shwarma’ or something close enough. I see it as an important part considering that a single card takes good trip from the manufacturing factory to its import channels and then from distributors to retailers who sell it to end users who either pick up the card or get the retailer ship it to them.
But there have been times when things get shipped to others and at times some of the reviewers manage to misplace something or other. At one time I got a box of SSD drive without the SSD in it.
In any case, Asus does a very good job in packaging. Contains all the information an end users like to see: Specifications, features, connectors and even warranty period.
As far as what I can find, there are about 7 version of these cards from Asus alone. Specification of ALL the cards are as follows:
There are many variant depending on the memory, Core and memory clock, Asus’ features and dimensions. The one which is reviewed is the GTX 660 TI-DC2T-2GD5.