Thursday, September 3rd 2015

PowerColor Launches Radeon R9 390 X2 Devil13 Dual-GPU Graphics Card

TUL Corporation, a leading and innovative manufacturer of AMD graphic cards since 1997, has proudly announced a new and most powerful graphics card in the world among AMD Radeon R9 390 series. The PowerColor Devil 13 Dual Core R9 390 is packed with dual GRENADA core, designed to tackle the most demanding high end gaming titles on the market. It utilizes 16 GB of GDDR5 memory with a core clock speed at 1000 MHz, and 1350 MHz for memory clock speed which is connected via a new high speed 1024-bit (512-bit x2) memory interface.

PowerColor Devil 13 Dual Core R9 390 is built with carefully-designed Platinum Power Kit and ultra-efficient thermal design. It consists of massive 15-phase power delivery, PowerIRstage, Super Cap and Ferrite Core Choke that provides the stability and reliability for such high-end graphics solution. To support maximum performance and to qualify for the Devil 13 cooling system, 3 Double Blades Fans are attached on top of the enormous surface of aluminum fins heatsink connected with total of 10 pieces of heat pipes and 2 pieces of large die-cast panels. This superb cooling solution achieves a perfect balance between thermal solution and noise reduction. The PowerColor Devil 13 Dual Core R9 390 has the LED backlighting that glows a bright red color, pulsating slowly on the Devil 13 logo.
Luxury Packing and Bundling
The Dual BIOS button design allows gamers to pursuit extreme performance in the easiest way to control. Four units of 8 pin PCI-E power connector draws more power offering constant and stable power input. What's more, to honor Devil 13 users, we have included the top-notch gaming mouse, the Razer Ouroboros, as a free gift inside the box. Why? Simply because we strongly believe our Devil 13 users deserves to have the best of the best.

The PowerColor Devil 13 Dual Core R9 390 graphics card supports for AMD LiquidVR, GCN Architecture, Mantle, Exploit DirectX© 12, AMD CorssFire, Virtual Super Resolution, HD3D technology, Frame Rate Target Control, and AMD FreeSync technologies. Once more, the Devil 13 has risen from Hell and will once again dominate the extreme gaming world with ease.
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47 Comments on PowerColor Launches Radeon R9 390 X2 Devil13 Dual-GPU Graphics Card

#2
XL-R8R
Lets hope the heatsink makes contact with the die this time.... :twitch:
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#3
64K
Four 8 pins + the slot is good for 675 watts :eek: I hope I get to see some benches somewhere on this card.
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#4
Toothless
Tech, Games, and TPU!
Someone really wanted a card to beat the Titan X.
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#6
Petey Plane
64K said:
Four 8 pins + the slot is good for 675 watts :eek: I hope I get to see some benches somewhere on this card.
Just find the benches for the previous 290X Devil 13 card. On anything below 4K (2X 4GB as apposed to 2X 8GB on the new card) they should be about the same, seeing as how it's basically the same card. Even looks like it uses the same heatsink and comes with the same free mouse. I assume they just added 8GB more of RAM, changed "290X" to "390X" and called it a day, same as AMD.

Here ya go, http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/powercolor-devil-13-dual-amd-r9-290x-review,3853.html

And the previous card was known for being insanely loud, and having quality control issues with the sink not making adequate contact with the chips.
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#7
GhostRyder
So is this Dual 390's and not Dual 390X's (That's what i've read)?

If that's the case, that might be an ok deal for those wanting something high end in one package. Not sure though as that will all come down to the price.
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#8
Petey Plane
GhostRyder said:
So is this Dual 390's and not Dual 390X's (That's what i've read)?

If that's the case, that might be an ok deal for those wanting something high end in one package. Not sure though as that will all come down to the price.
Previous Devil 13 (290X X2, so basically the same card as this new Devil 13, only with 8GB instead of 16GB) was $1500. So if it is the same price, it'll be kind of the opposite of a good deal, especially considering a 295X2 can be found for $650
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#9
FordGT90Concept
"I go fast!1!11!1!"
Sempron Guy said:
srp?
Considering the 290X version of this card is going for $750 USD, I'd expect around $1000, probably more.

It (1000/1350) is between a 290X (1000/1250) and 390X (1060/1500)...times two.

The PowerColor Devil series is effectively the same as what everyone else markets as X2.
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#10
mickel116
dual 390 very interesting, all depends on the price.
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#11
jigar2speed
If Direct X 12 game wants - it will get 16GB RAM from this card
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#13
Jborg
Instead of a mouse... they should give you a 1500W PSU. Lol.
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#14
Sony Xperia S
Petey Plane said:
295X2 can be found for $650
Where ?
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#15
Petey Plane
Sony Xperia S said:
Where ?
They were about that price on Newegg about a month ago. If you search around enough, you should be able to find one in the $650 to $750 range.
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#16
Sony Xperia S
Petey Plane said:
They were about that price on Newegg about a month ago. If you search around enough, you should be able to find one in the $650 to $750 range.
I actually can't. At both newegg and amazon prices start from the astronomical 1100$ and up.
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#18
Petey Plane
Sony Xperia S said:
I actually can't. At both newegg and amazon prices start from the astronomical 1100$ and up.
Huh, they must have been trying to clear inventory, and have since jacked the prices back up as supplies started to dwindle.
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#19
GhostRyder
FordGT90Concept said:
My bad, 390...

390X version is releasing tomorrow:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131676
1100/1525
Yea but that's only a single GPU with an AIO.

Petey Plane said:
Previous Devil 13 (290X X2, so basically the same card as this new Devil 13, only with 8GB instead of 16GB) was $1500. So if it is the same price, it'll be kind of the opposite of a good deal, especially considering a 295X2 can be found for $650
I doubt it will be close to that considering its also not even the full chip (390's versus 390X's). It will probably be around 650-750.

Meh, sounds cool overall especially if the price is right and giving the 8gb of vram per GPU. However again they cannot get the output options correct, I mean seriously only 1 DP, 1HDMI, and 2 DVI???
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#20
Basard
Cool, they actually have my old 3870 listed in their products pages. Mine had a different, copper cooler on it though.
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#21
Lionheart
Seems pretty cool, just imagine the power consumption though. :eek:



5 mins later after playing Crysis 3 at 4K :pimp:
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#22
DelBoy
This looks like someone was really mad of all the competiton and just said "F#ck this let's just annihilate both of them, don't care for power consumption... fockin 'el"
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#23
123abc
So, is this dual 390's or 390x's?
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#24
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
123abc said:
So, is this dual 390's or 390x's?
2x R9 390. Price should be around $650-$699 (GTX 980 Ti price).
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#25
Robert-The-Rambler
I love it!!!!!

Lionheart said:
Seems pretty cool, just imagine the power consumption though. :eek:



5 mins later after playing Crysis 3 at 4K :pimp:
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