ASUS ROG MARS 2 Review
Unlike the last mega graphics card from ASUS, the ARES, this comes in a plain ROG box. Opening the lid though finds the limited edition numbering which is the only clue that this is something a bit special.
The card itself is gorgeous. The design is exceptional with the normal ROG Red and Black colour scheme in full effect. As you can see from the side shot, the card is certainly designed in a way that means the circuit board will never warp under heat.
As always with the ROG product range, it's full of lovely little touches such as the red G we've previously seen on motherboards from the ROG line. The thickness of the top has to be seen to be believed. This is one sturdy card.
Despite the triple slot design things are fairly standard at the business end with enough outputs for triple-screen goodness. Power is sucked in through three 8pin PCIe connectors. Above each one is an LED which indicates red if there isn't sufficient power or the connector isn't properly installed, and green if it is.
Two fans, one above each GPU, help keep the whole card cool. It's a beautiful bit of design.