While we have seen several GeForce GTX 1060 custom graphics cards, it seems that AMD is resting on its laurels staying in the background, luckily today we have a new leaked image of the PowerColor Radeon RX 480 Red Devil, the second RX 480 custom graphics card that we can see with great quality besides knowing some of its main features.
PowerColor Radeon RX 480 Red Devil
In this we know that it would be based on Polaris 10 silicon, consisting of 2304 SP, 144 TMU and 32 ROPs reach an Overclocked frequency of around 1350 MHz (vs 1266 MHz in reference) while the 8 GB of GDDR5 memory is maintained at 8.00 GHz , coupled with 256 bit memory interface which gives a bandwidth of 256 GB / s. Despite its “modest” factory frequency, the graphics card promises to increase OC seen in the reference model by incorporating PCI-Express 8 – pin connector with an advanced cooling system backed by no less than three fans to remove the heat transfer from the chip to the monolithic aluminum radiator.
PowerColor Radeon RX 480 Red Devil has DVI connection (something that does not offer in the reference Radeon RX 480). According to several reports it can exceed the 1.40 GHz without problems on the stock cooler. Unfortunately, we have to keep waiting for new leaks to know the other models with a release date for next July 14.
PowerColor RX 480 RED DEVIL Specifications:
- Graphics Engine: RADEON RX 480
- Stream Processors: 2304 (36CUs)
- Video Memory: 8GB GDDR5
- Engine Clock: TBD
- Memory Clock: TBD
- Memory Interface: 256bit
- Manyfacturing Process: GloFo 14nm FinFET
- Architecture: GCN 4
- DirectX® Support: 12
- Bus Standard: PCIE 3.0
- Standard Display Connecors: DVI-D/HDMI/ DisplayPort x3
- Extension Power Connector: 1*8Pin PCIE Power connector