Tuesday, November 17th 2020

PowerColor Showcases Its Radeon RX 6800 XT Red Devil Graphics Card

PowerColor today has finally taken the lid off most of its RX 6800 XT Red Devil graphics card. As expected, we're looking at a triple-fan custom cooling solution with black looks and red and orange LED accents (whether or not these can be customized according to your rig's color scheme remains unclear). The front of the card really does look like the teeth of some devilish creature.

Rumor place the PowerColor RX 6800 XT Red Devil as launching as early as next week, a very sort amount of time since the first, AMD reference-designed graphics cards hit the market (that's tomorrow, by the way). The RX 6800 XT has been painted by AMD as delivering comparable performance to NVIDIA's RTX 3080 graphics card at a better thermal design power and with a more robust memory subsystem, so PowerColor, as one of AMD's most recognizable board partners, should be in for huge demand if events so unfold.
Source: Videocardz
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8 Comments on PowerColor Showcases Its Radeon RX 6800 XT Red Devil Graphics Card

#1
Caring1
The red and orange lighting make it appear the card is on fire, I hope that isn't a portent of things to come.
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#2
Houd.ini
How many slots does this take, 3?
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#3
Khonjel
Houd.ini
How many slots does this take, 3?
Most likely yes. A thicc boy.
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#5
Object55
When powercolor makes better design than ROG...
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Houd.ini
Khonjel
Most likely yes. A thicc boy.

I like over-engineered coolers, it bodes well for silence. The 5700xt Red Devil was quite good in that regard if I'm not mistaken...
EDIT: From Wizard's review: "I think this is the quietest AMD Radeon graphics card I ever tested, especially when you take its performance levels into account—good job, PowerColor!"
Looking forward to seeing this tested!
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#7
ymbaja
Looks like a brick with fans... that said I’ll take function over form any day so if it works well then I’m all in.
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