the launch of the Radeon RX 7900 Red Devil series graphics cards. Prior to this, PowerColor announced the whole picture of the new product on its Twitter account, showing the red light under the black appearance.
As a new version of PowerColor’s iconic series, Radeon RX 7900 Red Devil series graphics cards are positioned in the high-end market, using a 21-phase power supply and 14-layer PCB design, with three 8Pin external power supply interfaces. It is equipped with a new heat dissipation module with eight heat pipes, an aluminum heat dissipation cover, and a total of three heat dissipation fans, each with 9 blades. PowerColor claims the GPU can be 3°C cooler than previous designs.
What is special about the Radeon RX 7900 Red Devil series graphics card is that this graphics card has a detachable backplane cover, and users can choose an ordinary metal backplane. A PowerColor translucent Devil logo back panel cover with RGB lighting effects can also be installed. In addition, this series of graphics cards are equipped with metal brackets on the side to prevent the graphics card from bending.
It is a pity that PowerColor has not yet announced the detailed parameters of the Radeon RX 7900 Red Devil series graphics cards, nor has it disclosed which video output interfaces are equipped. It is estimated that like many non-public products, there will be no USB-C interface.
Prior to this, PowerColor also released
the Radeon RX 7900 Hellhound series graphics card, which uses an ice blue color scheme and adds a new amethyst purple lighting effect. The positioning is slightly lower than that of the Red Devil series, and the specifications are also slightly reduced. It adopts a 20-phase power supply and 14-layer PCB design, is equipped with three cooling fans and eight 6mm heat pipes, and is equipped with a vapor chamber with a size of 91×89×2.6mm and covers the video memory.