The Red Devil series of PowerColor has added a new model based on the latest AMD Radeon RX 480. As in the past, the card is a custom version with high-performance heat sink and PCB reformatted with VRM components to 6 + 1 phases.
The Radeon RX 480 Red Devil adopts a triple fan cooler of last generation 80mm (Double Blade III) and a dissipating body full aluminum cover, crossed by 4 copper heatpipes, two of 6 and two 8 mm in diameter. Also noteworthy is the backplate to optimize the dissipation of other components.
The GPU frequency is 1330 MHz, while the 8 GB of GDDR5 memory are always cloccati to 8 GHz with 256-bit bus.
The card’s TDP is unknown, but given the presence of a PCI-E 8-pin connector could have a higher value of the AMD reference model. PowerColor also provides two bios, the second of which is to operate the card in “overclocking mode”, in fact, reaching 1330 MHz.
The PowerColor Radeon RX 480 Red Devil will be available from July 29, the price will be $ 269.