PowerColor Announces Triple-fan RX 570 Red Devil 4GB Video Card
Ron Perillo / 4 years ago
AMD’s 500-series Radeon graphics cards have now been officially released and PowerColor is introducing their own version of the RX 570 featuring a triple-fan design as part of their Devil series. The PowerColor Radeon RX 570 Red Devil 4GB GDDR5 video card is powered by AMD’s 4th generation GCN4 architecture featuring asynchronous shaders ideal for the latest DirectX12 and Vulkan API game titles.
The PowerColor RX 570 Red Devil sets itself apart from other RX 570 with its superior 6+1 multi-phase GPU power design, shipping with an ultra-overclocking as well as a silent-overclocking mode switchable BIOS. It ships with a 1320MHz core clock speed and 1750 MHz memory clock speed on a 256-bit memory bus which can be lowered to 1270MHz core clock when in silent-overclocking mode.
It uses an 8-pin power connector and maintains optimal thermal performance via three 80mm dual-ball bearing nine-bladed fans actively dissipating heat from the heatsink that is made up of two 8mm and two 6mm heatpipes. These heatpipes are all nickel-plated copper for longevity as well as premium look without compromising thermal performance. When the temperature is under 60C, all three fans turn off automatically for silent gaming most of the time.
As expected from any premium gaming video card, it also comes pre-equipped with a backplate to help with PCB integrity in the long run and to alleviate pressure from the substantial heatsink installed.
|Graphic Engine||Radeon RX 570|
|Stream Processor||2048 Units|
|Video Memory||4GB GDDR5|
|Engine Clock||Up to 1320MHz with boost|
|Memory Clock||1750MHz (7.0Gbps)|
|BUS Standard||PCIE 3.0|
|Standard Display Connectors||DVI-D/HDMI/DPx3|
|Extension Power Connector||1*8Pin PCIE Power Connector|
|Minimum System Power Requirement||450W|