PowerColor teases Radeon RX 7800/7700 XT Hellhound & Fighter GPU series

Published: Aug 23rd 2023, 12:46 GMT   Comments

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PowerColor is once again building excitement with a new teaser for an upcoming Radeon GPU, following a prior premature listing of the RX 7800 XT Red Devil GPU earlier this month.

At Gamescom, ASRock showcases cardboard representations of the upcoming Radeon RX 7800 XT and RX 7700 XT models. PowerColor also joined in, offering a sneak peek at their GPUs, specifically from the Hellhound and Fighter series.

As we recall, PowerColor made an early move by unveiling the Radeon RX 7800 XT Red Devil GPU earlier this month. At that time, there were no signs of AMD planning such a launch, thus prematurely revealing a new GPU and spoiling AMD’s surprise. However, PowerColor has more cards to reveal in the coming days, including mid-range Hellhound and entry-level Fighter models.

The company has released two teasers, one on Twitter (X) and one on Facebook, both hinting at new cards that are “coming soon.” Unfortunately, the company has not disclosed any details about these cards, except for one model featuring dual 8-pin power connectors. The Hellhound model is presented in a black edition, with no official confirmation regarding the potential Hellhound Spectral series, which may come in a white color scheme.

The Fighter SKU belongs to the budget series, typically found in stores at MSRP. This model does away with ARGB elements and instead prioritizes a solid cooling solution and adherence to AMD’s recommended specifications.

AMD is scheduled to announce the new cards on August 25th, and it’s highly likely that PowerColor and other board partners will reveal the full specifications on the same day.

Source: PowerColor (X), PowerColor (FB)

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