PowerColor RX Vega 64 Devil get unboxed (video)

Posted on Thursday, Nov 23 2017 @ 22:22 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Overclockers3D uploaded a preview of the PowerColor Radeon RX Vega 64 Devil, this may be the first custom-design Radeon RX Vega to hit retail shelves. The card features a triple-fan cooling solution and a custom PCB.

The Devil is factory overclocked and has three BIOS switches, which lets you switch between silent, standard and overclocking settings. Interestingly, the BIOS switch does not change the base or boost clock, it offers different temperature targets and power limits.

PowerColor gave the RX Vega 64 Devil a base clockspeed of 1417MHz and a Boost clockspeed of 1607MHz. This compares favorably with the 1247MHz base clockspeed and 1546MHz Boost frequency of the reference cards. No changes were made to the memory clockspeed.

Overclockers3D says the MSRP of this card is £529.99 in the UK, which is about £60 more than standard cards. British webshop OCUK is currently taking pre-orders for £589.99 but offers no availability date.

You can check the video preview from OC3D below, their full review is expected next week.

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