Friday, August 24th 2012

PowerColor Devil 13 HD 7990 Revealed

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today reveals the 1st and only dual TAHITI XT GPU solution: the PowerColor Devil 13 HD7990. Designed to tackle the demanding HD titles, the Devil 13 HD7990 has default settings at 925 MHz engine clocks and 1375 MHz memory clocks. Furthermore, it's equipped with dual BIOS switch button, boosting up the engine frequencies to 1 GHz, breaking out the limitation of extremely gaming performance.

Solidly-Built Design
The Devil 13 HD7990 is built with high efficiency thermal solution and solid components onboard. With trio fans and 10pcs U-shape heat pipes, maximizing the heat dissipated ability to cool down the Devil 13 board. Also, it includes 12+2+2 phases, digital PWM, super cap, UHB and PowerIRstage—all these platinum power kit enhances stability and reliability voltage for GPU with minimum conduction losses and lower temperatures at load, delivering the steadiest and most secure power to boost for performance.


Devil13 Deluxe Pack
The Devil 13 HD7990 includes industry leading brand, Wiha Tool Kit; with Wiha multiple reversible blades set, gamers can easily utilize different blades to fix every machine. Also, it packs with PowerColor PowerJack, the professional graphics card supporter which provides the powerful force to support the weight of the card from the back, avoiding card bending in the case.
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57 Comments on PowerColor Devil 13 HD 7990 Revealed

#1
Prima.Vera
Only 3 slots? Pfff....5 slots one or I wont buying!!!!
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#2
EarthDog
by: Hayder_Master
they should release it with 1ghz core to beat GTX690, with this GTX690 still own the crown
Should be... but has it been benched?
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#3
radrok
Finally, now all I need to see is a waterblock for it.
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#4
lastcalaveras
knowing powercolor they'll come out with a watercooled version
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#5
TotalChaos
by: hardcore_gamer

I can manage the bessels, but I hate the 48:9 aspect ratio:mad:.
Have you tried the 3 monitors in Portrait mode instead of Landscape? It will give you a much better aspect ratio something similar to 4:3
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#6
Recus
How do you defend AMD's ego this time?

And 850W power supply.
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#7
DRDNA
by: Fluffmeister
This puppy is gonna suck power like it is going out of fashion.
Bet you a dollar that my 4870x2 uses more power easily;)
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#8
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
Now its all down to scaling. Will the GTX690 or this HD7990 scale better. CF vs SLI.

I dont think AMD is ever going to release a reference HD7990. They are far to late at this point.
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#9
Rahmat Sofyan
so, is this the real HD 7990 or "HD 7990" by PowerColor?

and actually there is no real HD 7990 from AMD?

because I found this :
Press Release
The world’s first and only dual GPU graphics solution—powered by 2 TAHITI XT GPUs

Taipei, Taiwan –August 24, 2012 — TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today reveals the 1st and only dual TAHITI XT GPU solution: the PowerColor Devil 13 HD7990. Designed to tackle the demanding HD titles, the Devil 13 HD7990 has default settings at 925MHz engine clocks and 1375MHz memory clocks. Furthermore, it’s equipped with dual BIOS switch button, boosting up the engine frequencies to 1GHz, breaking out the limitation of extremely gaming performance.

Solidly-Built Design
The Devil 13 HD7990 is built with high efficiency thermal solution and solid components onboard. With trio fans and 10pcs U-shape heat pipes, maximizing the heat dissipated ability to cool down the Devil 13 board. Also, it includes 12+2+2 phases, digital PWM, super cap, UHB and PowerIRstage—all these platinum power kit enhances stability and reliability voltage for GPU with minimum conduction losses and lower temperatures at load, delivering the steadiest and most secure power to boost for performance.

Devil13 Deluxe Pack
The Devil 13 HD7990 includes industry leading brand, Wiha Tool Kit; with Wiha multiple reversible blades set, gamers can easily utilize different blades to fix every machine. Also, it packs with PowerColor PowerJack, the professional graphics card supporter which provides the powerful force to support the weight of the card from the back, avoiding card bending in the case.
said the "only"???

and btw some pic of it :



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#10
pantherx12
Ahh so it's tripple slot because it has the tallest caps I've seen since busting open an old windows millennium edition based pc ha ha
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#12
N3M3515
It's funny how the makers are dumb enough to put one of the "devil13" markings on a place that once the card is installed you'll never be able to see.
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#13
OneCool
HOLLY SHIT!!! :eek:


Duke Power would love for me to buy that :laugh:
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#14
damric
holy epeen enchancer!!!

I bet it's faster than 690, but uses more power under load and possibly louder/hotter.

One thing I'm curious about is if/how the zero core thing will work on this beast.

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#15
radrok
It will probably work, it's just a crossfire between two GPUs on the same PCB.
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#16
INSTG8R
by: pantherx12
Ahh so it's tripple slot because it has the tallest caps I've seen since busting open an old windows millennium edition based pc ha ha
Some Pretty tall chokes there too:wtf: "Everythings taller when it's Devil 13!"
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#17
Nihilus
Seriously, this is just dumb though. There will be about 20 people that buy it and a guarantee it will cost over $1000.

I can't believe no won is releasing a 7870x2. Now that they are down to $250 each, A 7870x2 would sell like crazy if under $550. At that price it would destroy a GTX680 and even give the GTX690 a run for it's money. ITX boards will continue to take over and that,
of course, means only one graphics slot.

The 6870x2 was late to the party, but it had near perfect scaling when released and offered a great amount a value for the dollar.
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#18
eidairaman1
High end cards always have high price. Its like owning a Lamborgini or Ferrari
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#19
Fluffmeister
Pretty much ^ but lets be honest here, the GTX 690 is a wonderfully elegant and beautifully engineered dual GPU card that offers both excellent performance whilst also running cool, quiet and not consuming silly amounts of power in the process.

This may well end up faster overall by a couple of percent, but it will do it at the expense of everything else the 690 shines at.

It's a triple slot brick for starters.
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#20
cedrac18
A 2 X 7850 only requiring 2x 6 Pins would be awesome to.
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#21
Akrian
Lol that "professional" holder stick made me laugh.
Hehe, well can't wait for Wizz's review.
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#23
Super XP
Hi Sexy, your. Colour scheme goes very well with my Red Dragon Moddes Gaming Case.

This is not your ordinary HD 7999, so it should be faster, run cooler and suck back less power than a normal HD 7999. IMO.
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#24
pantherx12
by: Super XP
Hi Sexy, your. Colour scheme goes very well with my Red Dragon Moddes Gaming Case.

This is not your ordinary HD 7999, so it should be faster, run cooler and suck back less power than a normal HD 7999. IMO.
There is not a reference 7990 so I am afraid you are wrong sah!

Also typically cards like this would draw power than the reference design ( if one existed) to to higher clock speeds and focus on overclockability ( not a word!) : ]

For example look at ghz edition AMD 7970s vs original reference design, power draw is a LOT higher. ( to guarantee stability)
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#25
Super XP
Oh, so no reference this time? Wow, this means Sapphire, ASUS, to name a few can do what they want. Hopefully they release one that blows anything out of the water by as much as 100% or more. To hell with sucking power like there was no tomorrow, give me the juice :D
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