The EX-V is a fairly simple looking graphics card which is by no means over-engineered in its visual aesthetic. It boasts a shroud which combines red and gunmetal grey and should look great as part of any computer set up.
This GPU uses a triple fan configuration. These fans are 90mm and use dual ball bearing. Underneath the fans we have a large dual-heatsink which makes use of 2x 6mm thermal pipes
The overall dimensions for our card are: 325 x 134 x 53.8 mm. So, the EX-V isn’t too large by todays standards and will comfortably fit into most configurations or chassis.
The backside of EX-V features a metal backplate which helps with rigidity and also has a large cut-out which allows airflow to pass through from the cooling fan on the other side.
This card features a single 8-pin PCI Express and has a recommended wattage of 650W. On this edge of the card we have the only real aspect which is RGB lit, the lighting has been kept to a minimum on this card which will suit many people. The lighting can be modified using iGame Center software – adjustments to the effect and colour are all available.
On the rear IO panel there are a total of four video outputs – 3x DisplayPort 1.4 and 1x HDMI 2.1. So if you need additional display support, it will have to come by way of DP.
Out of the box, EX-V does not come with a factory overclock, so the GPU clock boost sits at 2475MHz. Memory sits at the reference settings of 21 Gbps. We would have liked to see the an elevated GPU clock boost, and it’s a shame we don’t have a modification from the reference settings.