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
by: eidairaman1
High end cards always have high price. Its like owning a Lamborgini or Ferrari
But you don't change your Lamborghini every year, or every 2 years, right? ;)
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#2
Aquinus
Resident Wat-man
You know, I don't think AMD really cares what happens with it considering a very small percentage of users buy the highest end hardware. It's not where the market is at.
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#3
radrok
by: Prima.Vera
But you don't change your Lamborghini every year, or every 2 years, right? ;)
I beg to differ about the Lamborghini yearly swap. :P
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#4
m1dg3t
Does anyone even buy Powercolor branded cards? :o
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#5
TheGuruStud
by: pantherx12
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)
B/c they're using up old stock. The reference 7990 will be using refresh chips with lower voltage. This 7990 will be using cherry picked ones, I'm sure. I assume they're still planning for refresh cards with higher clocks and lower power.

AMD is known to overvolt everything to stupid highs. You can drop the voltage a lot if you were only going to run it at 925 mhz.
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#6
Zubasa
by: m1dg3t
Does anyone even buy Powercolor branded cards? :o
Yes. In fact I have one ;)
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Aquinus
Resident Wat-man
by: m1dg3t
Does anyone even buy Powercolor branded cards? :o
I had bought a PowerColor 4850 a number of years ago. Ran well but didn't overclock well.
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