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PowerColor Devil 13 HD 7990 Revealed

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Aug 24, 2012.

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    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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    But you don't change your Lamborghini every year, or every 2 years, right? ;)
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    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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    I beg to differ about the Lamborghini yearly swap. :p
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    Does anyone even buy Powercolor branded cards? :eek:
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    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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    Yes. In fact I have one ;)
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    I had bought a PowerColor 4850 a number of years ago. Ran well but didn't overclock well.

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