Gigabyte GeForce GTX275 GV-N275UD-896H Review :: Bundle

05-17-2009 · Category: Hardware - Video Cards

By Ben Sun
  • Gigabyte GV-N275UD-896H video card
  • 2 6-pin to Molex converters
  • 1 DVI-I to D-sub converter
  • HDMI Cable
  • Driver CD
  • Gigabyte GamerHUD
  • Multilanguage User Manual

Gigabyte GeForce GTX275 GV-N275UD-896H Review Box shot

Box shot

Gigabyte GeForce GTX275 GV-N275UD-896H Review Rear box shot

Rear box shot

Gigabyte GeForce GTX275 GV-N275UD-896H Review Box open

Box open

Gigabyte GeForce GTX275 GV-N275UD-896H Review Bundle

Bundle


Gigabyte's packaging is usual for their graphics cards with a black box. There is a picture of a "Transformer" with a huge engine in the middle of his heart on the cover. The rear of the box has the main features of the graphics card with detailed descriptions of each major feature. Opening the box we find another box inside holding the graphics card and accessories.

Gigabyte has included two 6-pin to Molex converters to allow the graphics card to be installed in a computer without two 6-pin power connectors that the card requires. A DVI-I to D-Sub adapter is also included to install the card with an analog monitor using the D-sub interface. The HDMI cable is useful for using the HDMI interface on the card to hear audio.


Gigabyte GeForce GTX275 GV-N275UD-896H Review Standard clock

Standard clock

Gigabyte GeForce GTX275 GV-N275UD-896H Review Max overclock

Max overclock


The Driver CD contains NVIDIA's drivers and Gigabyte's GamerHUD. GamerHUD gives information like the core/memory/Shader clock speeds of the card, temperatures and voltages. You can also use GamerHUD to overclock the video card. Using Gamer HUD I was able to overclock the GV-N275UD-896H to 702MHz compared to the default 633MHz found on the card.