At the rear of the card we see three sets of voltage monitor connectors, you'll receive a set of cables with these, let me show you why:
If you use the included the voltage monitor cables then you can connect a digital multi meter to them, here we tap the GPU running at 1.08 Volts.
Two 10 cm fans generate massive airflow for heat dissipation while remaining silent (at it's default clocks) The two form-in-one heat sinks improve cooling for memory and the power supply module as well ensure structural integrity. Some of the heatpipes are 8mm thick, others 6mm. Recently introduced is Dust Removal Technology. Fans are running in reverse for 30 seconds after booting to remove dust from the heat sinks.
Hard to see, so we zoom in a little but just under that middle heatpipe you can sport a small BIOS switch. Flick it, boot up and you have activated the overclocking BIOS with much more extreme options. We'll talk about them in our overclocking segment though.
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