Gainward use a nice, simple design for their box and focus very much on the product itself which is fair as it has a rather unique look. Inside the box we find a basic bundle which includes driver CD, manual, power cable, HDMI to DVI convertor and DVI to VGA dongle.
As noted above the Gainward Phantom card has a rather unique look to it which starts with the stylish heatsink surround and then continues on with a block of heatsink fins which sit above two 8cm PWM fans. Five copper heatpipes run through this and connect to a GPU block, also copper, with a large metal plate providing stability to the PCB as well as cooling other components on the board (such as memory, PWM components, etc).
http://www.noticiasdigital.es/research-papers-on-kers/ Research Papers On Kers In terms of power requirements we have a change from the two 6-pin connectors present on the reference model with this card using an 8-pin socket in addition to the other 6-pin. These point out the top of the card rather than the back. The GTX 680 has a 28nm Kepler/GK104 core containing 3.54Billion transistors and runs with a rated TDP of 215w (reference GTX 680s are 195w).
Phd Thesis Humor Around at the card outputs we have four present on each GTX 680 with two Dual-Link DVIs starting us off, followed by a HDMI 1.4a and then a full size DisplayPort 1.2 connector. The GTX 680 is capable of running four screens at one time with three available for surround gaming at resolutions such as 5760×1080 and the fourth running off a separate controller for desktop applications such as messaging.