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Graphics cards - noise and power consumptoin

Posted on Monday, July 31 2006 @ 23:54:32 CEST by

X-bit Labs takes a look at the power consumption and noise levels of premium, high-end , performance-mainstream, mainstream and entry-level graphics cards.
Today, all premium-class graphics cards support a dual-link DVI interface, thus permitting to connect large monitors, including models with a diagonal of 30”. Such cards also have similar dimensions. They are all rather long and occupy two expansion slots, so you need a rather roomy system case to install them normally..
You can check it out over here.



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