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what graphics card is this?

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my friend bought a video card for 40 dollers (its tested and it works) but the previous owner just sold it to us without giving us any info can you tell me what it is? i believe its a 270x or a 760 by asus

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most Asus cars looks same.

 

You should put it on a computer and check, not on bed and take a photo and post it on forum and asking people what card is this? :P lol

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You can't see it from the picture, but you can download GPU-Z and see it for yourself.

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my friend bought a video card for 40 dollers (its tested and it works) but the previous owner just sold it to us without giving us any info can you tell me what it is? i believe its a 270x or a 760 by asus

 

 

i think you should have posted an even smaller picture

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It has red on it so it's amd...

It's black too which most definietly means it runs hot because coal.

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It has red on it so it's amd...

your joking right ? 

 

if your not, then this forums not the best place for you...

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I am pretty confident it's an AMD card. It's a very poor image, but the shape and position of the thermal pipes says AMD.

 

Get a larger, higher resolution image of the back of the card.

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that's an Asus Direct CU II cooler

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It's Asus using DCII cooler design.... Could be anything from the last couple of years. The only way to check would be to pop it into a system and run GPU-Z.

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I am pretty confident it's an AMD card. It's a very poor image, but the shape and position of the thermal pipes says AMD.

 

Get a larger, higher resolution image of the back of the card.

That's just the standard ASUS DirectCU cooler..

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your joking right ?

if your not, then this forums not the best place for you...

On a Serious note. The shroud seems to cover the DVI ports which the 760 does and the 270x does not.

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It´s not a Deathstar that´s for sure other than that it is a bad image of an Asus DCUII cooler.

 

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