“Sometimes the only thing that separates one graphics card from another is the bundle. Some card makers choose to include a nifty extra from time to time, while others choose to include extra cables or converters. However, more often than not it’s the game that separates the graphics cards apart, as it’s one of the most noticeable additions to a package.
The thing is though, it’s all well and good for us to say it’s nice to see that these extras were included, but you have to wonder; do we ultimately care about all these extras? – If I found myself working at a graphics card manufacturer I would probably attack the bundle a completely different way.”
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TweakTown asks a question that has probably occurred to most hardware enthusiasts at some point, what is up with these graphics card bundles? Sure, getting a game is nice, unless you already have it, or wouldn’t play it if you were paid to. Jut how many DVI-VGA adapters does one human need anyways? They offer two companies that they feel are offering the right bundles, without adding much to the price. Read on to see who they are.