PowerColor Radeon RX Vega 64 Red Devil is factory-overclocked

Published: Nov 20th 2017, 23:41 GMT   Comments

PowerColor Radeon RX Vega 64 Red Devil

Just a few days ago we published first pictures of the upcoming Red Devil based on Vega architecture. It appears that custom RX Vega graphics cards are finally coming, and they are coming soon.

The Red Devil comes in a triple-slot, triple-fan, and triple-BIOS fashion. According to OCUK’s preliminary specs, the RX Vega Red Devil will be the fastest custom Vega card so far. Well at least technically, because the only tested custom Vegas were both running at reference speeds.

The boost clock of 1607 MHz actually puts it under Liquid Edition from AMD (1677 MHz). But it’s hard to say if this clock speed is achievable for the Red Devil, as Vega is really picky when it comes to stable frequencies.

The card is currently available for preorder at 590 GBP. No date of shipment was provided, but we were told to expect these cards in stores early next month.

POWERCOLOR RX Vega 64 8GB Red Devil
Specs provided by VideoCardz.NET Database
GPU : Vega 10 XT Base Clock : 1417 MHz (+13.6%)
Cores : 4096 Boost Clock : 1607 MHz (+3.9%)
TMUs : 256 Memory Clock : 1.9 Gbps
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB HBM2 2048b

Source: OverclockersUK

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