PowerColor Radeon RX 7900 XTX Red Devil is a four-slot graphics card with triple fans and triple 8-pin connectors

PowerColor has again picked on the next-gen Radeon RX 7900 XTX Red Devil graphics card with a four-slot design and three-fan cooler.

PowerColor Radeon RX 7900 XTX Red Devil graphics card teased again: quad slot and triple fan cooler with triple 8-pin connectors

Earlier this week, PowerColor teased its Radeon RX 7900 Red Devil graphics card. The design will be featured on both the XTX and XT models. The latest image revealed by PowerColor reveals the first full look at the graphics card that looks very powerful and is as big as NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 40 series of custom designs.

To start with the details, the PowerColor Radeon RX 7900 Red Devil series graphics card comes with a four-slot design (3.5 or 3.8 slots) and rocks a brand new triple-fan shell design, each fan with 9 fan blades and an aluminum shell with an aggressive aesthetic with bright red RGB accents. The board will feature a custom PCB design that will be powered by a triple 8-pin connector interface.

The card’s previous teaser image didn’t reveal much, but we may be looking at the backplate of the next-gen Radeon RX 7900 Devil Series graphics card. The back plate is made of solid metal and features a prism design with a large “Red Devil” logo engraved on the front of the shroud. It looks like a truly premium graphics card and should also be very expensive, just like all of PowerColor’s previous Red Devil offerings.

PowerColor has also been teasing its standard Hellhound series of Radeon RX 7900 graphics cards, which have a three-fan design but a more standard dual 8-pin connector layout.

One thing to note is that while AMD has touted NVIDIA for using a massive cooler on their reference Founders Edition graphics card, almost all of the non-reference Radeon RX 7900 series models shown so far, such as the ASUS TUF Gaming and the aforementioned Red Devil series have at least a three or four slot design. For comparison:

  • AMD Reference Model = 2.5 slots
  • ASUS TUF gaming = 3.63 slots
  • PowerColor Red Devil = >3 slots
  • PowerColor Hellhound = ~ 3 slots

AMD also mentions that they use two 8-pin connectors on their cards. ASUS, on the other hand, uses triple 8-pin connectors and the same is the case with the Red Devil variant.

No other details have been provided yet, but we’re expecting more graphics information in the coming month when the AMD RX 7900 XTX & XT launches on December 13.

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