A Closer Look
To my surprise, the actual graphics card is fairly large due to its large heatsink and triple fan design. In fact it uses up 2.7 PCIE slot space (3 to be exact – you won’t be able to use the 3rd PCIE slot).
The PCB (circuit board) is quite compact, but as you can see from the photos, the large heatsink extends all the way out making the whole graphics card fairly large.
For connectivity, there’s 1 x 8-pin PCIE power connector, 3 x DisplayPort and 1 x HDMI output.
No issues with installation. The good news is that card only uses one 8-pin PCIE power cable. However, the 2.7-slot design means you literally use up 3 PCIE slots space on your motherboard.
On the top strip of the graphics card you’ll find the Phantom Gaming logo that supports ASRock’s Polychrome Sync. The ARGB LEDs will synchronize with any ASRock motherboard that Polychrome Sync.