PowerColor officially launches the Radeon RX Vega Red Devil

We continue to see the landing of custom graphics cards with AMD Vega architecture. Also, this time it is PowerColor that has announced the official launch of its new Radeon RX Vega Red Devil. That is for the most demanding players.

PowerColor officially launches the Radeon RX Vega Red Devil

PowerColor officially launches the Radeon RX Vega Red Devil

These new PowerColor Radeon RX Vega Red Devil are available in both versions with Vega 56 and Vega 64 to fit the needs of all users. So, both are based on a standard design with a custom PCB to improve the performance of the graphics core. Both cards come with a dual BIOS. So, that the user can choose between the highest silence or the best performance.

Vega generates a lot of heat and therefore the PowerColor Radeon RX Vega Red Devil is based on a massive heat sink. That occupies three expansion slots and consists of a thick aluminum radiator that is crossed by two central heat pipes of 8 mm and four 6 mm sides. That is to distribute heat more efficiently. Above, three 90 mm fans that are responsible for generating the necessary air flow.

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PowerColor has placed an aluminum backplate to provide further rigidity and protect the delicate components of the back of the PCB. A problem faced by these large and heavy cards is that they tend to double over time. So the manufacturer has encountered this issue and will be able to avoid it. No details come on the core frequencies.