So I found an allegedly new original Apple AMD Radeon HD5870 on ebay. Came in the original box, seller claimed it was only opened, never used. I made a bid, he counter-offered, and I bought it. A shipping label was created the next day, but item wasn't shipped until 3 days later, and I finally got it today, ten days after the purchase. A little annoying, but no big deal. Tonight, I open the package, the box is legit, it has the instruction booklet and Apple limited warranty leaflet, all good, I think. I proceed to unpack the card and read the installation instructions. And here it begins to look odd: - the instruction booklet mentions two power cables, and the illustration indicates they are on top of the card, whereas my unit has only one cable, at the back end of the card - undeterred, I proceed, but the metal bracket on the card is too big for my MP4,1! The fan behind the PCIe slots prevents it from sliding in! I doubt Apple would make such a mistake now? I'm trying to look for pictures of the real thing online, but I'm not clear on what it is supposed to look like exactly. So I'd like to ask those who know to take a look at my photos and let me know whether I was given the real thing or not? Does it absolutely need two power cables? I don't think this card has another socket for cable #2. And should the metal bracket be detached somehow? I looked but it doesn't seem like it is supposed to come off. Thanks for your help! --- Post Merged, Mar 31, 2018 --- Better yet, looking at the pictures, I see it is actually a HD5770! Nice... --- Post Merged, Mar 31, 2018 --- F this, I'm gonna return it.