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    Reviews - KFA2 GeForce GTX 460 1GB Razor single-slot graphics card review

    The first single-slot GeForce GTX 460 1GB card in Europe. We give you the full lowdown.
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    Re: Reviews - KFA2 GeForce GTX 460 1GB Razor single-slot graphics card review

    Thank you for taking the card apart to show off the cooler, that along with temp's and noise levels were exactly what i wanted from a review of this card.
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    Re: Reviews - KFA2 GeForce GTX 460 1GB Razor single-slot graphics card review

    Stick 7 in a chassis for some folding fun.

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    Re: Reviews - KFA2 GeForce GTX 460 1GB Razor single-slot graphics card review

    Is that a solder pad for a mini PCIe slot on that card I can see there? Just above the PCIe slot, I wonder what it's for?

    EDIT: Now I'm wondering what those vacant spaces are on the rear of the card, I'm sure the one above the DP is a mini USB. Between the DP and DVI that looks like a dual LED header and right at the top; a push switch next to a 2x5 2.54mm or 2.0mm header? I reckon the header is a USB input which connects to the motherboard for two ports; one for the mini USB and the other for the mini PCIe slot. The LEDs are probably activity indicators and hint the mini PCIe slot is used for a network adaptor of some sort, perhaps a 'killer NIC' type of card?

    EDIT2: I had a Google around and turns out it is a mini PCIe connector and is used with the AMIMON WHDI card. This is the same GTX 460 card that Galaxy has in their GTX 460 WHDI edition, except without the connectors.

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