The PCB of this card is very different as compared to those reference 7800
GTX in the market. However, physical size remains to be long, similar to the
7800 GTX reference cards. Leadtek had chosen the usual green for the PCB color,
as per usual. The heatsink/fan unit on this card, however, appears to be less
elaborate then the 7800GTX. Spotting a slimmer heatsink, and a small fan, the
heat output for this card is surprisingly low during 3D tests. RAMs are now
placed only on the top side of the card, instead of both sides on the 7800 GTX.

This is how the card looks like right out of the box. As said
before, the PCB is very different as compared to the reference GTXs, especially
on the right side of the card, near the power connector. The heatsink seems had
shrunken on the GT too.

A closer look at the emblem on the heatsink of the card. Clean
and sleek look for the emblem.

This is the card, stripped off it’s cooling solutions.

The core of the GeForce 7800 GT. A2 revision of the 7800 GT
core is present on this card. Made on week 25 of this year, this core is made
rather recently.

The memory found on the card. Infineon 2.0ns GDDR3 memory.

A Philips SAA7115HL video capturing chipset is present on this
card, meant for VIVO capabilities.

A 6 pin PCIe power connector on the card. This connector must
be connected for operation, a norm for current high end graphics card.

The back of the card. As many as 9 screws secures the heatsink
onto the card.

The rear I/O panel for the card. Dual DVI with a S-Video port,
that supports VIVO functions.