PowerColor released a preview of the Radeon RX 7000 Devil series

AMD is about to launch a new generation of RDNA 3 architecture GPUs. It is expected to be the first to launch the Radeon RX 7900 XTX and RX 7900XT, two high-end products equipped with Navi 31 cores. The former may have full specifications, namely 12288 stream processors, 24GB GDDR6 video memory, 384-bit video memory bit width, and 20 Gbps video memory rate. The latter uses a reduced Navi 31 with 10,752 stream processors, 20GB of GDDR6 video memory, a 320-bit video memory bit width, and a video memory bandwidth of 800 GB/s.

PowerColor, one of the core partners of AMD graphics cards for the past ten years, has started a promotional campaign for new products, involving its flagship Devil series. PowerColor posted an image on its Twitter account with a red Devil logo, likely belonging to a new generation of non-public products.

Since the picture is only a partial front view of the graphics card radiator protective cover, there is no trace of the cooling fan on it, some people speculate that PowerColor’s new graphics card may use an integrated water cooling solution. VideoCardz also simulated possible designs based on previously exposed Radeon RX 7900 series reference graphics cards.

Image: VideoCardz

AMD will host a special live event called “together we advance_gaming” on November 3, 2022, to introduce the next generation of Radeon graphics cards. AMD executives will then detail the high-performance, high-efficiency RDNA 3 architecture that provides gamers and content creators with new levels of performance, power efficiency, and functionality.