As you can see, the card is equipped with three connectors, two dual-link DVI connectors and one mini-HDMI connector, a converter to normal size HDMI is included. The cooler tries to exhausts hot air through the upper mesh as much as it can.
MSI thinks about stuff that others don't. Look at the VRM zone, it's nicely equipped with a heatsink. This will yield better overall stability and of course improved overclocking potential.
Here we have the backside, the PCB is clean and has a fairly uncomplicated design. Make note of the fact that there is just one SLI connector to be found, only allowing two cards to be set up in multi-GPU mode. Here we can also see the metal top plate I mentioned, it will prevent the PCB from bending during installation. Overall the design is very sturdy and that's very typical for MSI as they think through everything.
Overall a nice looking card that comes with some nice extra features like the factory overclock, custom PCB, quality class components and a rigid design.
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