GIGABYTE has crafted a good looking card for the mid-range market with the RX 570 AORUS graphics card, with a dual-fan design and the usual orange/black theme.
Here we have the 2 x 90mm blade fans, with a large WINDFORCE cooler that keeps the entire card cool during gaming sessions.
On the back GIGABYTE has deployed its backplate styled with the same orange/black scheme, and then there's the pure copper heat pipes that run through the card and even directly onto the GPU. I've found it doesn't cool the GPU more than it does without it, but if you were to push more voltage through it - it's a niche thing that GIGABYTE is exclusively doing on its higher-end cards.
The GIGABYTE RX 570 AORUS requires a single 8-pin PCIe power connector, with the heat sink running off of the end of the card.
Speaking of the heat sink, here's a better look at the end of the card with the plastic cooling shroud surrounding the heat sink.
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