Visually, the PowerColor RX 5600 XT ITX looks completely different to the company's other Navi-generation cards. Rather, the board reminds a bit of a typical AMD reference design. A backplate is not included.
Dimensions of the card are 17.5 x 11.0 cm.
Installation requires two slots in your system.
Display connectivity options include two standard DisplayPort 1.4a and one HDMI 2.0b port.
The board uses one 8-pin power connector. This input configuration is specified for up to 225 watts of power draw.
AMD's Navi generation of GPUs no longer supports CrossFire. DirectX 12 does include its own set of multi-GPU capabilities, but implementation requires game developers to put serious development time into a feature only a tiny fraction of their customers might ever use.
PowerColor is using four heatpipes and a copper base on their cooler. This piece of the cooler also provides cooling for the memory chips and VRM circuitry. This is the exact same cooler as on the RX 5700 ITX—even including all eight thermal pads for memory.