Connectivity wise for monitor outputs we get a nice four-fold of connectors supporting all high-resolution monitors. We get a two mini display port connectors, HDMI (1.4) and one DVI connector.
We find the cooler to be really good, your noise levels will be at an all-time low as well as the temperatures. The downside, as stated already, that's 31 CM of product to install. Here you can see the backside and the corresponding Crossfire connectors. Two of them, so up-to 4-way Crossfire would be your maximum. This 7950 utilizes one 6-pin and a 8-pin power connector, a 550W PSU will be very sufficient.
As stated the card is Crossfire compatible, but you will need the longer type flexible Crossfire bridges. The metal plate will block the connectors a little. But yeah, overall a good looking product alright.
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