The card can ooze out roughly 5.1 TFLOPS in single precision performance (based on AMD claims / measurements). The 14nm FinFET+ process based Radeon RX 570 will have a 150 Watt TDP and has 32 CUs x 64 shader processors per CU = 2048 shader processors).
The model tested is dual-slot based, 27 cm in length. As stated monitor display outputs include one DVI, two DisplayPort 1.4 connectors and two HDMI 2.0b outputs. Overall the card design is more of the same in terms of aesthetics. Nice dark looks. The card also has been fitted with a proper back-plate.
You are going to spot a single 6-pin and 8-pin power connector that feeds the power design. Basically it delivers 150 Watts and then another 150 Watts is fed though the PCI-Express slot (depending on how the phase distribution is configured). In theory this means enough headroom for tweaking. So the backside has a nice back-plate with proper vents, that is a good backplate.
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