Tuesday, November 28th 2017

PowerColor Officially Launches Radeon RX Vega Red Devil Series

TUL Corporation, a leading and innovative manufacturer of AMD graphic cards since 1997, has launched a new PowerColor Red Devil RX VEGA 64 and Red Devil RX VEGA 56 and opened up a new generation of the graphics cards market. The VEGA series are for the extreme gamers looking for the highest resolutions, highest framerates in maximum video setting.

The PowerColor RX VEGA graphics are designed to deliver exhilarating performance in the latest DirectX 12 and Vulkan game titles. With a dedicated High-Bandwidth Cache, the VEGA utilizes HBM2, the latest in graphic memory technology, to provide incredible levels of power efficiency and memory performance. The Next-Gen Pixel Engine found in the Vega GPU is designed to boost shading performance more efficiently to bring the latest VR and extreme resolution games to life.
Both PowerColor Red Devil RX VEGA 64 and 56 have 8GB memory with 2048-bit HBM2 memory interface. VEGA 64 has 4096 stream processors and 945MHz memory clock. On the other hand, VEGA 56 has 3584 stream processors and 800MHz memory clock speed. Both models have BIOS Switch which has capability to switch from Ultra Overclocking to Silent Overclocking or vice versa for choosing the BIOS fitting your need, faster clocks or more balanced overclock with quiet operation. In order to achieve the best thermal solution, both Red Devil VAGE 64 and 56 equip 3 of 90 mm 2-ball bearing cooling fans.

For protecting from the PCB bending, GPU and its components, both models are equipped with a metal back plate and an additional cross bracket.
FreeSync technology gives No Stuttering and No Tearing in any gaming environment.

With all these best features and new technologies, both PowerColor Red Devil RX VEGA 64 and 56 will give you the best of the best graphic performance for playing most of the hardcore games out there.
For more information, visit the product pages of the RX Vega 64 Red Devil and RX Vega 56 Red Devil.
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21 Comments on PowerColor Officially Launches Radeon RX Vega Red Devil Series

#3
I No
Is it me or the AIB cooling solutions started taking up proportions? This thing looks beefy AF
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#6
kurosagi01
From overclock3d video it will take 3 slots O.o
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#7
KC10-6502
Crustybeaver said:
The card design looks dated
I'll take that as there's not enough RGB for your personal approval, then?
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#8
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Looks like the old dual GPU monsters they sold...
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#9
Crustybeaver
KC10-6502 said:
I'll take that as there's not enough RGB for your personal approval, then?
As a graphic Designer I'd say the pattern looks dated and out of line with todays more stylish cards (EVGA and Asus). The gaudy red also limits options for colour coded builds. The logo design and font also has a naff appearance. Like it or not many people build PCs today with a view to making it look as appealing with colour coding and style. Sure some are done to a poor and tacky standard, but that says more about their own tastes than it does the products they choose. Does my build have RBG elements? Yes, does it look tacky? Hell no. In fact I'd be surprised if most didn't admire my PC modding skills.
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#10
PcForge
looks similar to the amp extreme from zotac just no rgb
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#11
FordGT90Concept
"I go fast!1!11!1!"
It looks like it's actually designed to dissipate the 300+w of heat Vega puts out.

I don't like that they traded a DP for an HDMI though.
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#12
EarthDog
FordGT90Concept said:
I don't like that they traded a DP for an HDMI though.
VR...
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#14
Ubersonic
FordGT90Concept said:
I don't like that they traded a DP for an HDMI though.
Same here, if I wanted to use that with my three screen setup I would have to use two displayport cables and a HDMI to DVI cable, eww.

Talk about taking a step backwards, they should have just bundled a DP>HDMI adaptor for anyone who wants to connect two televisions lol.
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#15
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Ubersonic said:
Same here, if I wanted to use that with my three screen setup I would have to use two displayport cables and a HDMI to DVI cable, eww.

Talk about taking a step backwards, they should have just bundled a DP>HDMI adaptor for anyone who wants to connect two televisions lol.
Why wouldn't you use an hdmi to dp cable?
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#16
FordGT90Concept
"I go fast!1!11!1!"
Too bad there aren't any DisplayPort 1.4 MST hubs. :(
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#17
Ubersonic
cdawall said:
Why wouldn't you use an hdmi to dp cable?
Er, because unless something has changed and I missed it (which admittedly is a distinct possibility lol) they don't exist. You can connect a HDMI monitor to a GPU's DP outlet, but you can't connect a DP monitor to a GPU's HDMI outlet, not without running it through an active converter of some kind (unless somethings changed).
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#18
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Ubersonic said:
Er, because unless something has changed and I missed it (which admittedly is a distinct possibility lol) they don't exist. You can connect a HDMI monitor to a GPU's DP outlet, but you can't connect a DP monitor to a GPU's HDMI outlet, not without running it through an active converter of some kind (unless somethings changed).
You are correct I was thinking it was a cable I had at work, but it is an active adapter like this one.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0144NS4Z6/?tag=tec06d-20
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#19
Captain_Tom
Crustybeaver said:
As a graphic Designer I'd say the pattern looks dated and out of line with todays more stylish cards (EVGA and Asus). The gaudy red also limits options for colour coded builds. The logo design and font also has a naff appearance. Like it or not many people build PCs today with a view to making it look as appealing with colour coding and style. Sure some are done to a poor and tacky standard, but that says more about their own tastes than it does the products they choose. Does my build have RBG elements? Yes, does it look tacky? Hell no. In fact I'd be surprised if most didn't admire my PC modding skills.
Ehhh I think ASUS looks like dated garbage. They still look like those ugly oversized giant kids toys they started selling back during the GTX 500 series.

To be clear though I don't think these Powercolor's look great either, and they are definitely oversized.

I honestly prefer the look of the current AMD reference cards, or the older GTX 700/900 series reference cards. Understated and pretty.
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#20
lukart
The asus looks cheap plastic boring design. But that said, everyone is entitled to his own opinion.
What looks great to me might look as good to others.
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#21
Captain_Tom
lukart said:
The asus looks cheap plastic boring design. But that said, everyone is entitled to his own opinion.
What looks great to me might look as good to others.
Absolutely. It's all opinion.

However I kinda do want to meet the guy who sees this and goes "Wow look at the flames! I love this!". Wait nvm I can already imagine the type of person lol
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