Connectivity wise, for monitor outputs we get a nice four-fold of connectors supporting all high-resolution monitors. We get a display port connector, HDMI (1.4) and two DVI connectors.
We find the cooler to be really good, your noise levels will be at an all-time low as well as the temperatures. This 7790 utilizes one 6-pin power (PCIE PEG) connector, a 500W PSU will be sufficient for your typical PC.
The card is Crossfire compatible, there is one Crossfire connector, meaning you can place a maximum of two cards in Crossfire mode. If priced right, that could mean tremendous value for money really.
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