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PowerColor Radeon RX 6900 XT Liquid Devil Images Leak

There is definitely something of a growing trend for manufacturers to release graphics card models with an integrated liquid cooling solution. Admittedly, while custom loop setups are undoubtedly becoming more popular, I still don’t think it unfair to say that, by and large, these types of GPUs are generally marketed towards the high-end ‘enthusiast’ level of consumers who are looking to get peak levels of graphical performance. If you are, therefore, one of those people, then you might want to pay attention as following a leak via Videocardz, images of the upcoming PowerColor Radeon RX 6900 XT Liquid Devil have appeared online.

PowerColor Radeon RX 6900 XT Liquid Devil

Firstly, we should note that based on the images leaked, this certainly looks like a very attractive graphics card design. Better still, with the custom water block (and backplate) reportedly designed and created by EK (a very reputable company) it would seem that this certainly represents a premium-level model.

The water block is, incidentally, the same model EK released for use on ‘reference’ AMD 6900 XT graphics cards, but it would appear that this has been modified, again directly by EK, to meet the specific requirements of this GPU.

What Do We Think?

The graphics card looks fantastic and would certainly suggest that PowerColor has spared very little expensive in this design. This, by proxy, almost certainly suggests that when it is officially launched (which is anticipated in the next couple of weeks), it’s probably going to be pretty expensive. With neither the release date nor specifications yet revealed, however, all we have at the moment is these images.

In regards to those specifications though, don’t expect to see any notably high clock speeds here when they are confirmed. Usually, albeit not all the time, graphics cards like this generally tend to be released with very modest overclocks with the intention being that the owner will personally wish to ‘deal with this aspect’ themselves.

What do you think? – Let us know in the comments!

Mike Sanders

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