When AMD launched their R9 295 X2 a couple of months back it was a big step for their GPU side of the business. Not only was it the fastest card they had ever created, it was the first to really take cooling seriously. Gone were the loud fans of past single and dual GPU cards and in their place a stylish low noise cooler with additional liquid cooling radiator and fan combo. The bonus was that the factory assembly meant the difference between the install of that model and the traditional cards was four screws. Simple.
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