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PowerColor RX 480 Devil Pictured

PowerColor RX 480 Devil Pictured

PowerColor RX 480 Devil Pictured

PowerColor RX 480 Devil Pictured

 

PowerColor's RX 480 Devil has been pictured, showcasing an 8-pin power connector and a 3 fan cooler design that is designed to handle some heavy overclocking. 

This GPU will utilise AMD Polaris 10 GPU to the max, with gold plated display connections and a full cover backplate to offer additional cooling. 

Right now the clock speeds of this GPU are unknown, but some say that this GPU may offer clock speeds as high as 1350MHz out of the box and around 1400MHz when overclocked, though this is yet to be confirmed by PowerColor. 

  PowerColor RX 480 Devil Pictured  

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07-07-2016, 14:32:37

NeverBackDown
Looks pretty good.
Wonder if an 8 pin is enough though for heavy overclocking. 8+6pin would seem to be the best bet. That is if the cores are capable of higherQuote

07-07-2016, 20:33:14

Kushiro
We need 8+8 pin with beefed up power delivery!! Shove as much power into it as possible and when it hits a wall keep adding more

On a more serious note, I completely forgot that PowerColor made single gpu Devils. Was like finally a good dual GPU card I can get. But no.. Quote

07-07-2016, 21:24:17

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kushiro View Post
We need 8+8 pin with beefed up power delivery!! Shove as much power into it as possible and when it hits a wall keep adding more

On a more serious note, I completely forgot that PowerColor made single gpu Devils. Was like finally a good dual GPU card I can get. But no..
I'd like a dual GPU card.. why not?! More powa!!!!Quote

07-07-2016, 21:36:40

Kushiro
Yeah, been waiting for a decent one for ages. 295x2 was nice, but just waaayy too power hungry to fit into a smaller build etc. As for the Fury pro, 4GB is just waayy too small.

Was honestly hoping nVidia would come out with a dual maxwell card, too bad.Quote

07-07-2016, 21:38:12

NeverBackDown
I really want to go under water in my ITX case. Just waiting for a GPU that's worth buying a block for and if i can get it cheap(ish).Quote
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