No need for dual 8-pin PEG power headers, we want more ! 75 Watt is supplied though the PCie bus, the 6-pin PEG delivers another 75W and then the 8-pin connectors may deliver 150W each. The grand total then is 450W (and a little extra). Though some converter PEG cables are included, we very much recommend a power supply with the connectors pre-installed.
Right, a few extra random photo's to show off the product in a little more detail.
Again overall a nice looking card but huge and heavy alright. But let's zoom in a little at the rear side of the graphics card.
When we flip the card around we see a nice backplate installed. I'm a big fan of this. there is much less risk of damage this way. The downside -- it could trap heat. However, as you can see, ASUS used a plate with a heatsink kind of texture in it, that definitely should help with overall cooling a little. But let's zoom in a little further.
At the topside (on the rear) you can see three small solder points, these are voltage monitor points that can be tapped with a multi-meter, displaying GPU and memory voltages.