Overall a good looking card, it's lengthy though, keep that in mind with a mid-size tower chassis. We measured it up and it's an all to familiar 30.5cm in length.
The backside of the product reveals the two GPUs. Make note of the one Crossfire connector, you could add a 3rd GPU for CrossfireX mode or even a second X2 of course. Driver compatibility wise we always recommend you to stick at two GPUs maximum, which this card already has.
Located at the upper backside we spot two 8-pin power connectors. This card only peaks at roughly 270~280W, so 75W is supplied through the PCIe slot, and the other 2x 150W through the two 8-pin PCIe PEG connectors. This card will offer nice performance per watt.
Your power supply will need two of these 8-pin connector leads, no 6 to 8-pin PEG converter cables are included
Here we removed the cooler. There are two separate radiators in there, both have three thick 8mm heatpipes in a direct touch configuration. That certainly is not a vapor chamber cooler alright.
And here a photo of the actual card with the cooler removed, nicely visible the two GPUs, in the middle is PCIe bridge chip from LUCID actually. The voltage regulation zone is nicely covered with a heatsink. here again you can see how lengthy the card really is.
Last photo, Club3D uses Elpida gDDR5 ICs. These are clocked in at 4200 MHz (quad data rate) but definitely have some more headroom in terms of overclocking, which we'll also show you later on.
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