I thought it’s worth sharing with you some fresh photos of this small beast. PowerColor’s new Devil 13 is a dual-gpu card based on two HD 7970s. TechPowerUP crew managed to picture this card without a cooler.
This is a first dual-chip card based on the Radeon HD 7000 series. PowerColor’s Devil 13 is somewhat a Radeon HD 7990, which everyone was expecting to be released during Computex – but so far, everyone is silent. From the leaked slides we learn that PowerColor announces this card as the first and ONLY Tahiti XT GPU graphics solution – so maybe there’s no Radeon HD 7990 at all.
As for the card, it’s equipped with 24 GDDR5 memory chips with a total capacity of 6GB of RAM. Memory bus is twice as wide as single HD 7970 card and has 768-bits. Card has a 5+2+1 power design per GPU, with a 17 Phases PWM design. It requires three 8-pin power connectors (just like ASUS MARS III). If you are wondering what is this large button on the connectors side, then here’s the answer – its a DUAL BIOS button. Powercolor has equipped this card with many features for overclockers – like voltage measurements points and LED lightning signal.
Thanks to DonanimHaber, we have some new slides straight from PowerColor.
This gallery below includes all the photos of this card I could find. Unfortunately, there’s no official word about actual clocks of this card yet.
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