PowerColor has released an image of the flagship Radeon RX 7900 series graphics card in their own version of Red Devil. The description of the photo says that the novelty belongs to the already forgotten series of the most advanced solutions from this manufacturer – Devil 13.
Under the Devil 13 series, the company last released Radeon R9 390 graphics cards in 2015, which included two Grenada PRO GPUs based on the GCN 2.0 architecture. Now the series may be restarted. True, we hardly talk about dual processor graphics cards.
The company did not specify which Radeon RX 7900 series model – RX 7900 XTX or RX 7900 XT – is shown in the image. The graphics card is equipped with a very massive cooling system with three fans. Judging by the photo, the thickness of the novelty exceeds three expansion slots. At the beginning of November, PowerColor also published an image of a fragment of a specific Radeon RX 7900 model in its own design, which indicates that it belongs to the Red Devil series.
According to VideoCardz, this image may show either the rear reinforcement plate of the Red Devil graphics card or part of the liquid cooling system chassis that will feature one of the PowerColor versions of the Radeon RX 7900. The company also has models of the Hellhound version in development.
The start of sales of the graphics cards of the Radeon RX 7900 series is scheduled for December 13th.