Here we can see the backside, the card measures almost 27cm in length. Like any high-end GeForce graphics card, NVIDIA will allow you to opt for the multi-GPU road with SLI as an option. You can pair two or three cards in one PC and have them do a decent workout.
The reference GeForce GTX 570 has a maximum power consumption of roughly 220 Watts, as such you'll need to power the card with two 6-pin PCIe PEG leads from your power supply.
Palit however wanted to give the product a little more overclocking potential and decided to go for a 6-pin and 8-pin PEG power connector. Very nice detail. We recommend a 550W power supply to start with, with one card of course.
Overall, a clean dark looking PCB, loads of small components though. Connectivity wise we see two dual-link DVI connectors supporting all high-resolution monitors and all the way to the left you can see a HDMI connector and a display port connector.
The cooler is designed to take in air from the PC, and exhaust it outside the PC. Always make sure you have proper ventilation inside the PC chassis.
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