The backside of the product shows that everything is fairly reference, very similar to the other 6870 cards we have tested to date. Make note of the one Crossfire connector, this card can only be set up in 2-way multi-GPU mode, anything higher will not be possible.
Located at the upper backside we spot two 6-pin power connectors. This card only peaks at roughly 160W, so 75W is supplied through the PCIe slot, and the other 2x 75W through the two 6-pin PCIe PEG connectors. This card will offer great performance per watt. While gaming we only peaked at 131W (just the graphics card that is).
One last photo of the product, overall a good looking card. I do wish that HIS would step away from the blue colored PCB and cooler though. Black would have been so much nicer.
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