PowerColor releases RX 7900 XT Hellhound Spectral White

PowerColor has unveiled the latest addition to its Hellhound series, the Radeon RX 7900 XT Spectral White, which embraces an immaculate white color scheme across its PCB and cooling module. This model preserves the original Hellhound’s DNA and performance, offering an undiluted gaming experience that enables enthusiasts to assemble the quintessential all-white-themed PC.

The PowerColor Hellhound Radeon RX 7900 XT Spectral White features a sophisticated 10+3+1 phase power delivery and a 14-layer PCB design, equipped with IMON digital monitoring. Its aesthetic is completed with a white PCB, fans, I/O shield, backplate, and radiator cover. The cooling solution comprises a trio of fans (100+90+100 mm) with a new, efficient ring-type blade design, utilizing dual ball bearings and nine blades to ensure ample airflow and pressure. Intelligent start-stop technology is supported, with the central fan rotating in the opposite direction to reduce air turbulence. Heat dissipation is enhanced by eight 6mm pure copper nickel-plated heat pipes, a vertical fin design, and a large copper base that directly contacts the GPU and covers the memory for improved thermal efficiency. The card is powered by dual 8-pin connectors and is fortified with a full-coverage metal backplate to prevent PCB flexing, adorned with the distinctive Hellhound logo. It also offers dual BIOS modes (overclocking/quiet) with a switch located on the back. The card dazzles with dual lighting effects in mystic purple and ice blue.

This new graphics card is powered by a trimmed-down Navi 31, featuring 5376 stream processors and an 80MB Infinity Cache. In quiet mode, the gaming/boost frequencies are 2025/2395 MHz respectively, while in OC mode, they rise to 2130/2500 MHz. The card boasts 20GB of GDDR6 memory, a 320-bit memory interface, a memory speed of 20 Gbps, and a bandwidth of 800 GB/s.