So here you can see the reference Radeon HD 5570. The board design as you can see is pretty straight forward and based on low-profile.
You can drive up-to 3 monitors simultaneously if you wanted to, AIB/IAC partners will offer their own preferences in connectors but this card comes with wide compatibility, this reference card is equipped with a Sub-D, HDMI and DVI monitor output connector. The HDMI connector will output multi-channel sound as well.
The digital connectors are dual-link and thus support up-to 2560x1600 monitor resolutions.
The card will need a physical x16 PCIe slot. The cooler as you can see is single slot design. It's not the most silent of coolers out there, but fine in terms of noise levels really.
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