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PowerColor Launches Red Devil RX Vega GPUs

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It was back in August when AMD launched its RX Vega GPUs, the Vega 64 and Vega 56, and since then it has mostly been the reference models on the market. Versions with aftermarket cooling were going to come eventually, and now PowerColor has launched its Red Devil versions with a hefty looking cooler and three 90 mm fans attached. To keep the PCB from bending, a metal back plate with an additional cross bracket is used.

The Red Devil RX Vega 64 features 4096 stream processors, an engine clock of 1607 MHz and a memory clock of 945 MHz while the Red Devil RX Vega 56 has just 3584 stream processors, a 1526 MHz engine clock, and 800 MHz memory clock. Both graphics cards feature the same 8 GB of HMB2 memory on a 2048-bit interface and take two 8-pin PCIe power connectors. If you want to push performance a bit, these cards have a BIOS switch to go between an Ultra Overclocking and Silent Overclocking mode, depending on what you are going for. Unlike the reference versions of RX Vega, these cards have two HDMI and two DisplayPort ports on them, so if you need two HDMI ports, this has it for you. All RX Vega GPUs though do support DirectX 12, Vulkan, and AMD technologies such as FreeSync for stutter and tear-free gaming experiences.

Source: PowerColor


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