PowerColor has teased their upcoming Radeon RX Vega 64 Red Devil (Red Devil 64) graphics card. This card is one of the more anticipated RX Vega 64 cards. The card is cooled by a huge heatsink, three cooling fans, and of course the Red Devil styling that everyone loves. We can also spot a full-cover backplate.
The card will have two DIP switches. The first one is a triple-BIOS switch. I think this is the first card that has three BIOSes, and we are not sure why just yet. The other switch will control the LED lighting for the Red Devil logo.
The PCB has not changed much from the AMD reference design. You have the same number of V-Core phases, but the board is actually wider to accommodate the larger cooler. PowerColor is using International Rectifier IR6894 and IR6211DirectFETs, and IR3598 phase-doublers, while customizing the chokes. As far as display outputs you have two DisplayPort and two HDMI connectors, this is compared to the reference, which has three DisplayPort’s.
PowerColor is also working on a custom RX Vega 56. The Red Devil 64 is expected to launch later this month and should start selling in early December, right in time to add this to your Christmas list!