Tuesday, November 19th 2019

PowerColor Launches the Radeon RX 5700 XT Liquid Devil Graphics Card

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards since 1997, brings out a Navi first with a water cooled RX 5700 XT, the Liquid Devil. A long term AMD partner, PowerColor was one of the original adopters of factory overclocked graphics cards and was the first AMD partner to manufacture a graphics cards with premium performance water blocks. PowerColor once again partner with the liquid cooling industry leader EK to customize a uniquely designed water block for its custom RX 5700 XT for unmatched thermals and performance.

Featuring a nickel plated copper base, the Liquid Devil provides the better heat transfer capabilities of copper with the corrosion protection of the nickel, with the added bonus of making for a clean and sleek aesthetic. In order to maximize the potential of the PowerColor Liquid Devil, only the best 5700 XT GPUs which have been binned specifically for lower temperature and higher clock speeds have been selected for use, making sure that all Liquid Devil cards are the able to hit the highest performance points.
In addition to the binned components, PowerColor has built the Liquid Devil with a new 12-layer PCB designed with 10-phase VRMs, utilizing DrMOS and high polymer capacitors capable of handling over 300 W of power: plenty of just for anyone who wishes to utilize the Unleash BIOS to its full potential.

Where the standard RX 5700 XT models that have a dual BIOS option feature an OC and Silent mode, the Liquid Devil features an Unleash and OC mode. The OC mode is the typical overclock seen on models such as the Red Devil and Red Dragon. The Unleash BIOS kicks this up a notch, running at record breaking clocks and performance that can only the binned GPU modules can maintain.
You can find the PowerColor Liquid Devil available starting on the week of November 25th at an MSRP of: 599$ /599€ / 569£.
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10 Comments on PowerColor Launches the Radeon RX 5700 XT Liquid Devil Graphics Card

#1
bogami
Nice cooling block and finishing ! An upgrade would cost the same on most cards here you get a good product with all dun OC card.
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#2
Deathy
bogami
An upgrade would cost the same on most cards here you get a good product with all dun OC card.
Where? In Germany, I can get a 390€ 5700 XT reference design and a 105€ watercooler block. That is 100€ cheaper. Unless you somehow convert the time and warranty into 100€, that is not the same cost.
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#3
Tsukiyomi91
more water-cooled cards making appearance in the market is good news.
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#4
Chloe Price
Before anyone says "but why it has to be a 2-slot card", just change the I/O bracket to a single-slot one? :)
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#5
Sp33d Junki3
Deathy
Where? In Germany, I can get a 390€ 5700 XT reference design and a 105€ watercooler block. That is 100€ cheaper. Unless you somehow convert the time and warranty into 100€, that is not the same cost.
Not the same. This version is not reference. Most AIB cards with custom PCB, parts are usually higher cost. Plus the custom ekwb block adds to cost.
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#6
DeathtoGnomes
its a nice looking card, but its not worth the added costs just for a small overclock. paying an extra $100+ for custom this or that is too small of a niche desire. I cant see my wallet paying for this.
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#7
Reaperxvii
If AMD were to release a 5800/5900 that can beat my 1080ti I would love to have a card like this. The custom water block is beautiful.

Though I do agree 600 is a bit much. I wish it was around the 550 price. Oh well beautiful card. I do find it odd they don't just use the base pcb as it's the best out of all of them.
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#8
Ubersonic
In the UK this retails at £599 and you can buy reference cards with water block pre-installed for £525, or a card and block for £430. So while it looks cool the bling tax is pretty lolworthy.


Sp33d Junki3
Plus the custom ekwb block adds to cost.
That's not exactly a good thing.
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#9
bug
Ah, I thought they launched the 2070 Super :D
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#10
r9
Cool factor yes price/performance hell no.
It's always cheaper to get the next model up instead of watercooling for those few extra MHz.
If you buy the best card on the market and you need more performance now that SLI and CF are dead it would make sense to watercool.
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