The cooler is the new Cyclone II cooler, it's really silent and quite effective as you'll learn. The card also has a nice VRM area heatsink, we don't see these a lot anymore these days alright.
Though the card is 1 GB you can see empty IC slots at the backside of the PCB, a tickle in my underbelly says we might see 2GB version in the future as well. You can spot one SLI finger, meaning you can double up the cards in 2-way SLI mode. The card is roughly 8-inches in length by the way.
Monitor connectivity wise we spot a mini-HDMI (1.4) and two DL-DVI connectors, allowing you to connect high-resolutions monitors to.
With a rated TDP of 116W the card will not consume heaps of power, however since the PCIe bus is only allowed to feed 75W another power connector is needed, hence the 6-pin PCIe PEG power connector.
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