Breaking the seal, the black beauty slid out of its anti-static bag.
Let’s not get racist about the PCB dye.
The I/O panel sports dual-display capabilities, but Inno3D went for a mix, rather than dual-DVI. There is also additional Component and S Video outputs on the modular socket.
Looking at the passive components littering the board, there was nothing to complain about. The typical capacitor-inductor filtering for the bulk of the PWM power regulation, and miniature SMD capacitors for local decoupling. I was glad to find a few low ESR electrolytic capacitors covering Vgpu and Vmem cleansing duties.
For those keen on knowing, this is the full product title:
Inno3D has based its 7100GS on the nVIDIA P280 Reference Design.