PowerColor has officially launched its highest-end Radeon RX 7000 GPU. There are no specifications yet, but the official PowerColor website has now confirmed the design of the new card along with some background information. This is PowerColor’s first and only Radeon RX 7000 GPU to date designed for liquid cooling.
Liquid Devil doesn’t have a hybrid cooler, relying instead on a custom water block designed by EK. This means that the card cannot be used without liquid cooling already installed in the system. The water block features a custom Liquid Devil logo as well as RGB LEDs, controlled by PowerColor’s own software.
Nickel-Plated Base: The Liquid Devil features a precisely engineered nickel-plated copper base that maximizes heat transfer efficiency
High Quality PCB Design and Power Delivery: A premium 14-layer high TG PCB Board -including a 2 oz power layer- is used in Liquid Devil to push performance to its limit.
Dual BIOS: OC/Unleash: OC for ultra-performance with a more balanced energy consumption; and for those who dare, Unleash mode for the highest clocks and break records.
RGB: RGB lighting effects on Liquid Devil RX 7900 XTX can be fully customized through the PowerColor Devil Zone RGB software.
EK-Loop Leak Tester Flex: PowerColor Liquid Devil AMD Radeon™ RX 7900 XTX comes with a set of EK-Loop Leak Tester Flex and a small pump, allowing user to test possible leaks on their own in a fast and safe way.
Also, we’ve now confirmed that the design is a single-slot, which makes it thinner than the dual-slotted design of the ASRock RX 7900XTX Aqua model. The company has now confirmed the RX 7900 XTX SKU, so the full Navi 31 GPU is based on the RDNA3 architecture paired with 24GB of GDDR6 memory. There is no mention of the 7900 XT model though.
In addition, there are new images from the German technology media PCMasters, which have also received a test unit. These photos confirm that the Liquid Devil does indeed have three 8-pin power connectors and that the I/O rack has only one slot height. Unfortunately, there are no clock or power specifications for the board at this time. The review templates are still under embargo, so no performance reviews have been made public yet. However, we expect that to change very soon. Liquid Devil will be available from next week.
Images Credit: PCMasters