If you have a very high resolution Dual-link monitor at 2560x1600 and connect your card to the single link connector, your resolution could be cut in half to ~1280x1024 or something close. Use the dual-link connector, and you'll have the full 2560x1600 resolution available. This of course only applies to the two DVI connectors.
The backside of the product shows that the PCB is not reference either. Make note of the single CrossfireX connector, this card can only be setup in 2-way multi-GPU mode, anything higher is not possible.
Located at the backside we one 6-pin power connector. This card will offer great performance per watt. The card is roughly 9-inches long by the way.
The product is based on MSI's military class component selection including the new SFC (Super Ferrite) chokes. The card looks robust and well built. It has 6 phases available on the GPU area and another phase for its one gigabyte of memory.
One last photo of the product. The card uses Hynix memory, T2C refers to a 1.25 GHz frequency, so in theory a 5 GBPs data rate should be a possibility.
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