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Some time after launches of graphics cards come modified versions from partner manufacturers. ASUS now appears to be one of the first with his 7970 DirectCU II. It is a fairly well-equipped cards where everything from circuit boards to the cooler has been redesigned. The cooler consists of 6 heating pipes, which is directly exposed to the graphics core. The tubes connected to a generous heatsink which is cooled by two 100 mm fans. ASUS states that the cooler should be 20% cooler than reference, and 14 dB quieter. It comes at the cost of room and board will take all three PCI Express locations in width. The actual circuit board has been upgraded to include 12-phase power supply. With direct control of the tension via ASUS's own overclocking utility, GPU Tweak. Otherwise, the graphics card factory overclocked to 1 GHz core and 1400 MHz on the graphics memory. A lift on 75 MHz and 25 MHz from the reference card. It is worth mentioning that it also supports six monitors, on a card. Source: TechSweden.org