PowerColor teases upcoming Radeon RX 7000 Devil series

Published: Nov 2nd 2022, 16:01 GMT   Comments

“The Devil will morph into many shapes”

The company is first to show a teaser for the new RDNA3 GPU. 

What we are looking at is probably the first custom RDNA3 GPU. There is a large PowerColor Devil logo illuminated by LEDs behind a translucent element. Such a polygonal shroud design has never been used by PowerColor before.

Alleged Radeon RX 7000 teaser, Source: PowerColor

One might guess that this is the front of the card, meaning there are no fans on the card itself. This could be PowerColor’s first card cooled by an all-in-one solution with external radiator.

Possible design for RX 7000 Devil, Source: PowerColor

The RX 7000 series are to be announced tomorrow by AMD. The company has not confirmed how many cards will be unveiled, nor if board partners will be allowed to showcase their designs as well. However, PowerColor’s tweet, which is actually an announcement of the giveaway of the Devil (a card?), indicates that this will be the case.

Source: PowerColor

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