Kitted out with 2GB GDDR5 per GPU - totalling 4GB - there are some interesting features. DIP switch-based voltage control, for example, is said to provide an effective method for tinkering. There are also onboard voltage measurement points, and jumpers - which allow users to switch between EEPROMs. Each, apparently, allows for the storage of a varied voltage and speed profile.
As for cooling, ColorFire adopts a custom dual-fan cooling solution, and power delivery comes courtesy of a 12-phase VRM. It's also said that the company has used silver-plated technology on all PCB contacts - this, it's claimed, reduces resistance and assists in cooling.
Seeing as there are two EEPROMs, we're told that one holds default clock speeds, but there's no mention what overclocked profile the other EEPROM will store.