Up next is the Connect 3D. Thereâ€™s not a lot to say about this card in comparison with the others. The board itself is identical to the reference card save for a Connect3D sticker in the centre of the fan. The cabling and the two DVI to VGA dongles included are the same as the others save for some ommisions.
Thereâ€™s no Molex to 6-pin power connector so youâ€™ll need to have a PSU with the correct connector. The only software included of note is a video editing application called Tenomichi 3DEdit Silver, which uses the power of the GPU for video editing, but this is hardly a purchase inducing application.
As thereâ€™s less no game bundle and features extras on offer compared to the competition, the box is much smaller, which cuts down on Connect3D volumetric shipping costs. Normally all this would be a plus as it enables Connect3D to undercut the competition. However, at time of writing it didnâ€™t, which rather steals Connect3D's thunder.