Powercolor officially announce their RX 480 Devil GPU for $269

Powercolor officially announce their RX 480 Devil GPU for $269

Powercolor officially announce their RX 480 Devil GPU for $269

Powercolor officially announce their RX 480 Devil GPU for $269

 

Powercolor has officially announced their RX 480 Devil GPU for $269 in the US and is available to Pre-order for £249.95 in the UK, with boost clock speeds of 1330MHz and an occult aesthetic. 

This GPU will be cooled by a triple fan cooler and comes with a full cover backplate, giving this GPU plenty of cooling potential and allows it to remain silent under load. 

  Powercolor officially announce their RX 480 Devil GPU for $269  

This GPU will come with an 8-pin PCIe power connection, allowing this GPU to draw more power and potentially achieve higher overclocks. This GPU will also have an additional DVI-D display connector as well as the 3x DisplayPort and 1x HDMI 2.0 connections that were included in the reference design.  

One thing to note here is that the minimum clock speeds of the RX 480 have increased by 68MHz, which combined with larger cooler design and the beefier power connector should allow this GPU to easily outperform AMD's reference design, even without overclocking.  

 

 AMD RX 480 4GBAMD RX 480 8GBPowercolor RX 480 Devil
GPU ArchitecturePolarisPolarisPolaris
GPU core clock speed1120MHz1120MHz1188MHz
GPU Boost Clock Speed1266MHz1266MHz1330MHz
GPU Stream Processors230423042304
Memory Cappacity4GB8GB8GB
Memory Speed7000MHz8000MHz8000MHz
BackplateNoNoYes
Power connections1x 6-pin1x 6-pin1x 8-pin

 

Powercolor's RX 480 Devil pictured and clocked

 

At this time we do not know when this GPU will be available to purchase in stores, but right now pre-orders are available at several retailers.

 

You can join the discussion on the Powercolor RX 480 Devil on the OC3D Forums.

 

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Most Recent Comments

21-07-2016, 09:19:29

xnax2802
+$30 for a Devil. Not badQuote

21-07-2016, 11:44:19

NeverBackDown
Not available for preorder anywhere in the US ATM..getting really annoyed with the AIBs launchQuote

21-07-2016, 11:44:27

kartowl
With this cooler it is just able to clock to 1330mhz? I saw a video with a accelero mono on a 480 and they achived 1350mhz with, let me lie, around 70° +-5°... I know there are some other things that maybe bottleneck the overclocking but come on, at least 1500mhz with this cooler would be pretty niceQuote

21-07-2016, 11:57:34

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by kartowl View Post
With this cooler it is just able to clock to 1330mhz? I saw a video with a accelero mono on a 480 and they achived 1350mhz with, let me lie, around 70° +-5°... I know there are some other things that maybe bottleneck the overclocking but come on, at least 1500mhz with this cooler would be pretty nice
It's just a factory overclock, manual will get you moreQuote

21-07-2016, 17:25:37

AlienALX
That's odd I heard it was clocked to 1366.Quote
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