Liquid Devil’s boost clock is 2.68 GHz
PowerColor spills the beans on RX 7900 XTX clocks.
The formal announcement of the PowerColor Liquid Devil GPU is today. The teaser from a few days back did not have any details on the card specs, but those have now been confirmed.
PowerColor’s Liquid Devil, the single-slot RX 7900 XTX GPU with fully custom waterblock will feature two BIOS settings. The OC BIOS will enable 2455/2615 MHz base/boost clocks, but the card also features ‘Unleash’ mode in which the clocks go higher up to 2510/2680 MHz respectively. What this means is that PowerColor is enabling up to 210/180 MHz frequency increase compared to the reference specs. This model should also be 50 MHz faster than air-cooled Red Devil. Just bear in mind clocks will vary depending on a workload.
Worth noting that 2.6 GHz boost clock is not an extraordinary frequency for custom RX 7900 XTX GPUs, the same clock is used by premium designs from ASRock Phantom, Gigabyte Aorus Elite or Sapphire NITRO+. This model is thus far the second liquid-cooled RDNA3 desktop GPU, following ASRock Aqua OC.
PowerColor is not confirming the TBP (Board Power) specs for each BIOS mode, but those should be confirmed very soon, as the review embargo on these cards has already been lifted.
From what we learned, this card should become available next week, so make sure to check your favorite retailer if they have any in stock or ready for preorder.