Included with the card is Yeston's 3x 8-pin to 16-pin power converter, this is a nice white braided cable. It's necessary to check that your power supply can handle the demands of this high-powered card. The card features RGB lighting that adds to its visual appeal. For connectivity, it offers three DisplayPorts and one HDMI port.
While it doesn't support the new DP 2.1 standard yet, the RTX 4000 series cards come with HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort 1.4, supporting 8K 60 Hz HDR over a single HDMI cable.
This card distinguishes itself with a unique design characterized by vibrant, anime-inspired aesthetics, notably incorporating sakura blossom motifs, also in the backplate design. The I/O panel of the card includes an air vent and connectors within an alloy frame, plus an aluminum fin stack.
The cooling system is comprehensive, featuring a vapor chamber, ten large heatpipes across the board, extensive heatsinks, thermal pads for key components, and specific heat pipes and heatsinks for the memory modules, making overheating unlikely.
the card is roughly 33cm in length and weighs in at 1.5 Kg. The RTX 4000 series, including the RTX 4080 SUPER, offers HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort 1.4 ports. Notably, NVIDIA has not adopted the newer DisplayPort 2.1 standard. The I/O panel doubles as an air vent, with connectors supporting 8K 60 Hz HDR output via HDMI.
The card's I/O panel, constructed from stainless steel, features two HDMI 2.1 ports and three Display Port 1.4 outputs. For enhanced stability, a GPU bracket is employed between the die and heat spreader. The power supply requirements suggested by us include a minimum 750W PSU, considering the video card's thermal design power (TDP) of 320W. It utilizes a 16-pin 12VHPWR power connector.
Below some more photos with the card activated on our test-bench, it certainly is a feast for the eyes.