Input: 6Pin PCI-E Power Connector, 8Pin PCI-E Power Connector
Output: 2x DVI-D Dual Link, HDMI, DisplayPort
Thermal: Fansink (Triple Fans)
Dimensions: 266.65 x 111.20 x 38.00 mm
This Video Card Supports:
Microsoft Windows 8/ 7/ Vista/ XP
AMD GCN Architecture
AMD Stream Technology
AMD Eyefinity Technology
AMD App Acceleration
AMD HD3D Technology
AMD CrossFireX Technology
AMD HD Media Accelerator Technology
AMD PowerPlay Technology
HDCP-High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection
Microsoft DirectX 11.2, OpenGL
750W Minimum System Power Supply Requirement
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Reviewed by taetertot from Berkeley, CA on 02/25/14
This is maybe the best cooler ever put on a high end gpu. There are heatsinks for the vrms, a thermal pad over the memory, two massive heatsinks over the length of the card, and a bunch of copper pipes. My jaw constantly drops over the temps I'm getting. With a beefy overclock I can keep core and both vrms under 70c!! That's just sick. At stock clocks I can game and core and vrms will be around 50c. That's borderline water cooling level heat dispersion. Overclocking is silicon lottery but my (continued...)
Huge card. The listed specs are wrong, it's 294mm long and 52mm thick. Fans are loud from 60% on up and the temps I note above are with fans at 60-80%. But you can run the fans at a very quiet 50% at stock clocks.
If you can deal with the size and fans that are on the loud side, this is the best custom 290.