Alright, we'll walk you through the card. Above, is the packaging design first of course. I could make a pun on how impressed you must be now, but I wont ;)
Here we have the bundle, the basics are included. Clock frequency wise the card is factory clocked at 870 MHz on the primary graphics core, and slightly above reference at 4080 MHz on the gDDR5 memory (effective data rate). Included in the bundle are the regulars like two PCIe power converters, driver CD, converters and manual.
Here we have the Twin Frozer II edition of the card. Looks good, that's for sure. It's sturdy in every way and even comes with a metal top plate that will prevent the PCB from bending. This card will eat up two PCI slots (dual-slot).
Two 6-pin PEG power connectors are required for this board. Power consumption is rated at a 150W TDP for the reference 1024MB model design, the TDP as we measured it, is in fact a fraction higher due to the factory overclock. The power-connectors have been seated along the top side of the graphics card looking towards the back.
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