PowerColor Radeon 6870 PCS+ review -
That's five connectors, four can be used in Eyefinity mode. Small tip - if you have a very high resolution monitor at 2560x1600 and connect your card to the single link connector, your resolution could be limited to ~1280x1024 or something close. Use the dual-link connector, and you'll have the full 2560x1600 resolution available. This of course only applies to the two DVI connectors.
Now take a very good look at the design of the plastic cooler shell above, you ready ?
Yea, in case you missed the cliché ... that cooler DOES hint to the old batmobile a lot doesn't it :) Oh yeah, please do compare a little!
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