As we are prone to do, let's first take a look at the package.

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The 3650 is enclosed in a gray box with a cut out in the center showing you the video card inside. Everyone should know ATi's Ruby by now; she graces the cover along with the product name and amount of memory on the card.

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In a slightly different approach than other 3650 packaging, Diamond doesn't heavily advertise this 3650 as a gaming card. Most of the back largely promotes the media capabilities of the HD 3650. The xDNA logo towards the bottom lets us know that this card is able to support CrossFire on any chipset with two PCI-E x16 slots. On the lower left is a small box showing some various features that are supported and one nice little feature aimed at retail outlets. While the majority of our readers will know the difference between AGP, PCI and PCI-E, Diamond includes a picture of the PCI-E slot to help those that may not be as technically literate with the different expansion slots.

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The sides list out features and specifications which we will cover in the next section.

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Removing the outer box, the card is enclosed in a plastic shell with a small envelope and DVI-to-VGA converter. Accessories are light including only a driver CD, quick start guide and the aforementioned adapter.


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