PowerColor has been no stranger to white GPUs in their product lineup, as they have been experimenting with this concept for a couple of years already. In fact, they have previously launched Hellhound White models with unique features such as white cooling and even white printed circuit boards (PCBs), which is not a common sight in graphics cards.
It appears that PowerColor may soon release a white version of their Radeon RX 7900 XTX from the RDNA3 series, just one week after ASRock’s Taichi model. The company has recently teased the upcoming Hellhound card on their social media, hinting at an exciting addition to their GPU offerings.
PowerColor has named their white GPU design as “Spectral White,” which includes a white backplate and PCB, along with blue LEDs. This design appears to be applied to the RX 7900 XTX GPU, which is equipped with two 8-pin power connectors, as confirmed in the post. However, it’s worth noting that PowerColor may not extend their white GPU series to include their higher-end Red Devil models.
PowerColor has announced that they will be unveiling the RX 7900 XTX Hellhound White on April 11th. This suggests that fans of white-themed GPUs can look forward to this new release from PowerColor in the near future.
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— PowerColor (@PowerColor) April 10, 2023