Liquid Devil has been unleashed
The first water-cooled RX 7000 graphics card from PowerColor.
Some very first photographs of the new graphics card have been shared today by CornerJack from Overclocking.com.
The Liquid Devil pictured above features a pre-installed waterblock designed by EK. So the obvious downside is that it requires an existing liquid loop to work, but on the other hand those who were planning to add a waterblock to RX 7900 card anyway can now simply buy this card instead.
Photographs confirm that the card is using a full custom board design with three 8-pin power connectors. This most likely means the same board design as the Red Devil with triple fan cooling.
Although Overclocking only received an RX 7900 XTX model, it is likely that PowerColor will also launch an XT variant later. The XTX model features full Navi 31 GPU and 24GB of GB of memory. Since this is not the first Liquid Devil, we may assume that this model will be factory-overclocked, and it supports dual BIOS feature.
The photos shared by CornerJack have no further details, but they show an EK leak teaser kit, which might be bundled with the card. Furthermore, we also see the full cover backplate designed specifically for this model.
Since Liquid Devil is now in reviewers hands, one might assume that the full test results will be posted shortly. It is unclear how many of these cards were made and how many were sent out to the press, though.