Red Devil : PowerColor teases its custom RX 7900!


After the card of Sapphire we take a look at PowerColor who teases its RX 7900 Series from the Red Devil series. As usual, we find models particularly worked on the aesthetic level.

Red Devil: this is what PowerColor cards will look like!

PowerColor RX 7900 Series Red DevilWith these RX 7900 XT and RX 7900 XTX, the brand offers us cards with a very worked design. The latter have a fairing that is the opposite of the one on the SapphireNitro version, since it is very angular.

On the other hand, for the cooling, PowerColor opts for a heatsink with three non-RGB fans. The whole thing is imposing since it will occupy more than three slots in your case. The heatsink, on the other hand, benefits from a total of eight copper heatpipes and a reinforcement bar running along half of the PCB. The latter will prevent the card from starting to lean under its own weight.

On the PCB side, the brand opts for a PCB with a total of 14 layers. As for the power supply, we are entitled to a total of 21 power supply phases, one more than the Hellhound series. And while we’re at it, let’s not forget to mention the presence of three 8-pin PCIe for power. As you know, AMD is doing without the temperamental 12 VHPWR connector for now, as we told you here in particular.

Finally, the little bonus concerns the backplate of the card. This last one seems to benefit from a rather stylish removable cover. Also, we notice the presence of a dual OC/Silent bios selectable via a small switch.