The 7870 utilizes two 6-pin power connectors, a 550W PSU would be sufficient. The cooler used on the 7870 card is average at best, especially noise wise the card disappointed. We'll show you that on the next few pages though.
I took the liberty of also taking some photos with the card resting in the test system.
As always that's a pretty sight alright. But let's move onwards into the technology empowering the graphics card. And for those that wonder, yeah that's the Corsair Obsidian 800D chassis.
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