This may very well apply to NVidia cards in the 660-690 series, but I'm not familiar with their layouts. I ordered a new HIS IceQ Turbo 7950 graphics card. I knew the card would not come with a Mini-DP adapter and knew it would not come with an HDMI -> DVI adapter. In my research I found a few cards with an HDMI->DVI adapter, but I'm not even sure if it came with one of those if it would have been much use.
The card arrived on Monday. I already had a DP->DVI adapter, but not a MiniDP. I wasn't sure if mine was mini and if it would work or not so I waited until I got my card to order the adapter. I had ordered an HDMI-DVI adapter when I ordered the card. When the Mini-DP adapter arrived yesterday and I went to plug everything in I found out my HDMI->DVI adapter was useless. The adapter did not fit next to the plug for the DVI monitor. So I've had to order an HDMI -> DVI cable instead of adapter. I'm now waiting until Friday when that arrives to finish putting together my new PC.
Ultimately adapters likely won't fit. You'll want something with a little bit of a cable on it to get away from the video card.