PowerColor’s AMD RX Vega 64 Coming This December
Today, we’ve got another look at a custom AMD RX Vega graphics card. This time, it is the Red Devil, from PowerColor. The company is actually working on a 64 and 56 version though both will have high-quality coolers and be branded under the “Red Devil” name.
As with other cards in the RX Vega 64 series, PowerColor’s version is very large featuring a 2.5 heatsink and three fans which are about 85mm. This card continues to use powerColor’s red and black color scheme and comes with an LED-lit Red Devil logo on the side of the card.
In terms of the card’s internal components, it will feature a small PCB which will offer the same number of power settings as AMD’s stock cards. Interestingly enough, this card will also give users the choice of three different BIOS settings. It’s unclear what they’ll be used for, but it is likely that they’ll allow users to switch between clock-speed and fan curve settings though that has not been confirmed. In terms of ports, the card will be equipped with two display ports and two HDMI ports.
If you’re interested in picking this card up, you won’t have to wait long as it is expected to go on sale early this December.
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