PowerColor teases Red Devil Radeon RX 6800 XT board

PowerColor, one of AMD’s most loyal allies, this week teased its upcoming Red Devil powered by the new Navi 21 GPU. PowerColor’s Red Devil graphics cards typically use a custom printed circuit board (PCB) with enhanced voltage regulating module (VRM) to improve power delivery as well as a custom high-end cooling system to enable higher clocks along with a strong overclocking potential. It showcased its sketches that reveal a big (presumably a triple-wide) graphics board with a massive cooler featuring three fans, and a backplate.

AMD intends to start sales of Radeon RX 6800 (3840 stream processors, 1815/2105 MHz, 16 GB GDDR6) and 6800 XT (4608 SPs, 2015/2250 MHz, 16 GB GDDR6) graphics cards on November 18 and then follow with the top-of-the-range Radeon RX 6900 XT (5120 SPs, 2015/2250 MHz, 16 GB GDDR6) boards on December 8.

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