Here’s what the card looks like from its face side:
On the reverse side, there are but few large elements:
The PCB is red, the traditional color of Gainward (of its actual manufacturer Palit Microsystems, to be exact; if you are not in the know, Gainward is one of the trademarks owned by that major graphics card maker). This product has a non-reference design of the PCB (which is, however, used on some other graphics card models, too). The power subsystem elements are all placed near the edge of the card:
The card is cooled by an aluminum cooler with a white casing embellished with the Gainward logo:
The cooling system is fastened with a special lock that allows to remove it in just five seconds without a screwdriver or any other tools.