It’s finally here. A full custom RX Vega 64 from PowerColor. A 2.5-slot Red Devil is launching soon. Here’s the first look at the new card.
PowerColor Radeon RX Vega 64 Red Devil
PowerColor RX Vega 64 Red Devil (Red Devil 64) features three fans mounted on a huge heat sink covering the full PCB, which by the way is extended — this is not a Nano material.
The card has two DIP switches. The first one is a triple-BIOS switch, yes, there are three BIOSes (and no I don’t know why yet). The other one is to control the LED lighting for Red Devil logo.
The PCB hasn’t really changed that much compared to reference design. The same number of V-Core phases is used, but the board is wider to accommodate the new cooler. The Red Devil also has two DisplayPorts and two HDMI connectors (unlike reference design which has three DPs).
PowerColor is also working on custom RX Vega 56. The Red Devil 64 will launch later this month. As I am told, it should start selling early December, so just in time for Christmas. Question is, should Santa bring you a Devil?