PowerColor's RX 580 Red Devil Golden Sample has been pictured

PowerColor's RX 580 Red Devil Golden Sample has been pictured

PowerColor's RX 580 Red Devil Golden Sample has been pictured

PowerColor's RX 580 Red Devil Golden Sample has been pictured

 
PowerColor's RX 580 Red Devil and Red Devil Golden Sample GPUs have been pictured, with both GPUs sporting different PCB designs than their RX 400 series counterparts. 
 
This marks PowerColor's new RX 500 series GPUs as more than just a Polaris Refresh, featuring not only improved clock speeds over the RX 480 but also with a larger cooler design and beefier power delivery system. 
 
The RX 580 Red Devil features what looks like a dual slot cooler design, but the Red Devil Golden Sample will feature a larger 2.5-slot cooler and 8-pin+6-pin power inputs. Both of these GPUs are pictured below.  
 

  

PowerColor's RX 580 Red Devil Golden Sample has been pictured  PowerColor's RX 580 Red Devil Golden Sample has been pictured

(Images from Videocardz)

 

At this time the clock speeds of these GPUs are unknown, though additional images for the Red Devil Golden sample are available on Baidu, showcasing a pentagram design on the GPU's backplate. 

Below we can also see the GPU's PCB and that the GPU will feature active cooling on the GPU's memory and VRMs, with the GPU also including DVI, Displayport and HDMI outputs. 


  
PowerColor's RX 580 Red Devil Golden Sample has been pictured  PowerColor's RX 580 Red Devil Golden Sample has been pictured

 PowerColor's RX 580 Red Devil Golden Sample has been pictured

(Images from baidu)

 

AMD are currently expected to announce their RX 500 series of GPUs soon, with a rumoured release date of April 18th. 

  

You can join the discussion on PowerColor's RX 580 Red Devil series GPUs on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

09-04-2017, 17:43:41

Greenback
love that back plate not so much the front though to much red I know it's in the name but!Quote

09-04-2017, 17:57:22

NeverBackDown
The front design has a style that we would have seen from a couple years ago. It's meh
As long as it was a great performer then wouldn't bother me. I wouldn't see it anyways.Quote

09-04-2017, 18:02:08

Reloaded2
Well I heard the the Powercolor 480 was trash...cheap build, sub par cooling and a crappy PCB design - not great OC's at allQuote

09-04-2017, 19:56:36

King of Old Old School
This looks cheap AF, AMD GPu's always looks cheap and nasty.Quote

10-04-2017, 01:37:18

Dicehunter
I wish manufacturers would start bringing out all black GPU's with RGB, Like the Strix, So you could fit it into any system.Quote
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