PowerColor releases RX 7800 XT Hellhound Spectral White
PowerColor has unveiled its latest addition to the Hellhound series: the Radeon RX 7800 XT Spectral White. This incarnation adopts a pristine white color scheme, retaining identical DNA and prowess as its darker counterpart. Such shared design principles ensure uncompromised gaming performance, enabling enthusiasts to craft the quintessential all-white-themed PC rig.
The PowerColor Hellhound Radeon RX 7800 XT Spectral White measures 32.2×13.4×5.0 cm, with a 2.5-slot thickness. It boasts a 15-phase power design and a 14-layer PCB, integrated with IMON digital monitoring. The aesthetic allure encompasses a white PCB, fans, I/O shield, backplate, and radiator shroud. Its cooling solution includes a trio of fans featuring a new high-efficiency ring fan blade design, utilizing dual ball bearings. With nine blades, they ensure ample airflow and pressure, supplemented by smart start-stop technology. Five 6mm nickel-plated pure copper heat pipes traverse the radiator, complemented by vertically aligned aluminum fins and a sizable copper base that directly contacts the GPU and overlays the memory for optimized heat dissipation. It requires dual 8-pin external power connectors. The all-encompassing fortified metal backplate even extends beyond the PCB, proudly bearing the distinctive Hellhound insignia. It offers dual BIOS modes (overclock/quiet), with a switch located on its rear. Mesmerizing purple and icy blue lighting effects further accentuate its design.
This new graphics card is equipped with Navi 32, featuring 60 compute units and 3840 stream processors. Its peak gaming and boost frequencies are 2213 MHz and 2520 MHz, respectively. It boasts an Infinity Cache of 64MB, 16GB of GDDR6 memory, a 256-bit memory bus, and a memory speed of 19.5 Gbps. For display outputs, it offers three DP 2.1 ports and a singular HDMI 2.1 port.
PowerColor has yet to disclose its pricing, and the precise release date remains undetermined.