The backside of the product shows that nothing is reference, located at the backside we spot two 6-pin power connectors. This card only peaks to roughly 160W, so 75W is supplied through the PCIe slot, and the other 2x 75W through the two 6-pin PCIe PEG connectors. To the left you can already see the white connectors ...
So if you want 100% accurate voltage measurement then you can use a Digital MultiMeter and monitor the exact GPU, Memory and VDCCI voltages directly. The little extension cables are included in the kit by the way.
At the top side of the graphics card, when you look a little more closely you'll spot a switch, it allows you to select a fan profile, silent or performance.
So yeah, that is a nice looking card right there. The overall design is grey and black, and it looks much slicker than the older TwinFrozr III design.
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