PowerColor is another manufacturer who introduced a proprietary version of the Radeon RX 480. Some may find the new PowerColor Radeon RX 480 Devil hostile as it obviously is a graphics card made for the devil himself. The box of the graphics card and the backplate both have the devil pentagram printed on them.

PowerColor Radeon RX 480 Devil – Overclocked to 1.4GHz

PowerColor Radeon RX 480 Devil

The new card mainly distinguished by a powerful cooling, which occupies two slots and measure up to 310 mm in length (no doubt this is one of the longer versions of the RX 480). The manufacturer has applied here two massive heat sinks, several heat pipes and three fans. The whole was hidden under the impressive black and red casing. On the back, of course, you will find a backplate.

PowerColor Radeon RX 480 Devil is based on the Polaris 10 GPU and has 8 GB of GDDR5 memory with a memory interface of 256-bit. The graphics card has a turbo boost speed of 1400Mhz, Core clocks reaches at 1330 MHz and memory frequency at 8000 MHz.

The card features following video outputs: DVI-D, HDMI 2.0bi three DisplayPort 1.4. It will be powered through an 8-pin PCI-e power connector, and the manufacturer recommends using at least 500-watts Power supply.

PowerColor Radeon RX 480 Devil Specifications

  • GPU: AMD Polaris 10
  • Stream Processors: 2304
  • Frequency:? 1330 / 1400 MHz
  • Video memory 8 GB GDDR5 256-bit
  • Memory Clock: 8000 MHz
  • Power connector 8-pin
  • Video outputs: DVI-D, HDMI 2.0b, 3x DisplayPort 1.4
  • Cooling: Copyright (2-Slot)

PowerColor Radeon RX 480 Devil price which is set at $312 for the 8GB model. The reference RX 480 only costs $239 and $199 for the 4GB variant. It is also  known that the manufacturer already preparing two further versions of the Radeon RX 480 (Dual Cool and X-Series).

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