When we flip the board around once more we can see CrossfireX connectors located at the top. In theory it's possible to hook up three maybe even four of these cards and get them working together, though we advise not using more than two for best compatibility.
Drivers quickly become an issue when using more than two GPUs simultaneously.
A 6-pin power connector. The PCIe slot will deliver 75 Watts. Apparently it's not enough for this 'budget' card as it needs to feed from another 75 watt source. The TDP (peak wattage) for this card is set at 80 watts.
It's time to insert the card into our test-system and see what she does. In a twilight environment, red goes dark... so that makes the overall aesthetics a bit more mysterious.
One final shot. Over the next pages we'll tell you a tale or two about our test system and software used, and then obviously fire off some benchmarks at the product to see what kind of performance we actually get returned. But first, due to the beta drivers we obtained, we need to check up on image quality.
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