As you can see, the card is equipped with two gold-plated dual-link DVI connectors and a normal size HDMI connector.
The PCB is very clean and crisp alright. Here we see the backside, notice that you'll only get one SLI finger, meaning a maximum of two cards can be set up in SLI is as far as you can go with a multi-GPU setup. As we see more often with Inno3D products, the PCB color is green and follows the reference design into the tiniest detail.
Two 6-pin PEG power connectors are required for this board. Power consumption is rated at a 160W TDP for the reference design. Location of the two connectors at the backside of the card are right, it is not a lengthy card and aesthetically seen it is the more pleasing path to follow with the cables connected to it. This card (OC edition) will come with a price tag of roughly 239 USD/EUR.
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