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Powercolor's RX 480 Devil pictured and clocked

Powercolor's RX 480 Devil pictured and clocked

Powercolor's RX 480 Devil pictured and clocked

Powercolor's RX 480 Devil pictured and clocked

 

Powercolor's RX 480 Devil GPU will come with an Occult aesthetic and is rumored to be coming with unholy base clock speed of 1,366MHz with boost clocks as high as 1.4GHz

This GPU will come with an 8-pin PCIe power connection, allowing this GPU to draw more power and potentially achieve higher overclocks. This GPU will also have an additional DVI-D display connector as well as the 3x DisplayPort and 1x HDMI 2.0 connections that were included in the reference design.  

  Powercolor's RX 480 Devil pictured and clocked  

Right now these clock speeds have not been confirmed by Powercolor, but here is a table comparing the clock speeds and specifications of the AMD reference design RX 480 GPUs and the rumored specifications of the RX 480 Devil. 

 

 AMD RX 480 4GBAMD RX 480 8GBPowercolor RX 480 Devil
GPU AtchitecturePolarisPolarisPolaris
GPU core clock speed1120MHz1120MHz1336MHz
GPU Boost Clock Speed1266MHz1266MHz1400MHz
GPU Stream Processors230423042304
Memory Cappacity4GB8GB8GB
Memory Speed7000MHz8000MHz8000MHz
BackplateNoNoYes
Power connections1x 6-pin1x 6-pin1x 8-pin

 

Update - the clock speeds have been officially released by Powercolor with the GPU having a 1336MHz boost clock. Potentially speeds of 1400MHz can be achieved through overclocking though this remains to be seen. 

 

You can join the discussion on Powercolor's RX 480 Devil GPU on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

18-07-2016, 13:52:59

NeverBackDown
That a typo in the graph? For the Devil column it says Asus and Nitro+ OC instead of Devil?

That's some good clock speeds though. Really hope the partner cards overclock wellQuote

18-07-2016, 15:14:36

Thelosouvlakia
What! A! BEAST!Quote

18-07-2016, 15:23:08

ImprovizoR
Not a fan of that backplate (too goth for my taste), but I am a fan of 1400Mhz boost clock. Performance > aesthetics.Quote

18-07-2016, 19:28:23

xnax2802
Has the logo always been a six-pointed star instead of an actual pentagram?Quote

18-07-2016, 23:55:18

Kushiro
Wheres the 2x 8pin, who cares if it doesnt need that much powa. Hit a wall and just keep pumping power in

Works for this guy in a sense
http://m.imgur.com/9AZBYjpQuote
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