On the backside we see something interesting, two aluminum back plates are secured there to protect and cool down the memory ICs. The card itself has a nice dual-slot solution and the cooling is once again vapor chamber based, in fact the card remains really silent which was a pleasant surprise alright.
You'll spot two 8-pin power connector to feed the card. The PCIe slot delivers 75W, the two 8-pin connectors another 300W. Of course these are theoretical figures. The two GPUs are powered by a ten phase digital power controllers and another two phases are used for the memory.
And last but not least here two photo's of the GTX 590 with the fan shroud removed. You can see the two vapor chamber coolers in the upper photo and below the the card all naked with the ICs exposed. To the left and right the two GF110 GPUs, in the middle we spot an NF200 chip bridging the two GPUs. Surrounding the GPUs are the memory ICs and then we see all smaller stuff, like capacitors, voltage regulators, resistors and so on.
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