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PowerColor's Radeon RX 6900 XT Liquid Devil smiles for the camera

Is this PowerColor's most powerful graphics card?

PowerColor's Radeon RX 6900 XT Liquid Devil smiles for the camera

PowerColor's Radeon RX 6900 XT Liquid Devil smiles for the camera

PowerColor is preparing to launch new Liquid Devil series GPUs, new flagship-level RX 6800 XT and RX 6900 XT graphics cards which will feature custom PCBs, EK water blocks and cherry-picked RDNA 2 silicon. 

While the clock speeds and power limits of these graphics cards remain unknown, Videocardz has managed to leak a few images of the PowerColor RX 6900 XT Liquid Devil, which uses an EK Quantum VectorRX water block and ships with a custom backplate and a dye pack. 

PowerColor's Liquid Devil RX 6900 XT and RX 6800 XT GPUs appear to use the same PCB as their air-cooled Red Devil counterparts, making the Liquid Devil's water block specific to PowerColor's PCB designs. At this time, we do not know the number of power inputs that this custom graphics card possesses or the GPU's power limit. However, we can see that the GPU uses a dual-slot PCIe bracket and features a display output configuration that includes a single HDMI 2.1 connector, dual DisplayPort 1.4 outputs and a single USB Type-C display connection. 

Right now, the pricing, power limit and clock speeds of PowerColor's RX 6000 Liquid Devil series are unknown, though more details about these graphics cards are due to become available soon. 

  

PowerColor's Radeon RX 6900 XT Liquid Devil smiles for the camera  

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23-02-2021, 15:48:13

robbiec
That's a sweet looking card and makes far more sense than the AIO hampered offerings from Asus & Sapphire. If you're in the market for a card in this league then a bundled rad, pump and RGB are only taking up space until trimmed off and thrown in the bin.
Funny thing is, the same players were in the game 20 years ago are still in the game now (talking Asetek - who probably are the OEM for Asus and Sapphire) and Mr E Koenig.Quote

23-02-2021, 16:04:11

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by robbiec View Post
That's a sweet looking card and makes far more sense than the AIO hampered offerings from Asus & Sapphire. If you're in the market for a card in this league then a bundled rad, pump and RGB are only taking up space until trimmed off and thrown in the bin.
Funny thing is, the same players were in the game 20 years ago are still in the game now (talking Asetek - who probably are the OEM for Asus and Sapphire) and Mr E Koenig.
The Asus and Sapphire are not hampered. You won't get much better results fully water cooling a card, it will just cost you a lot more. AIOs are very efficient on GPUs, considering the CPUs they were designed to handle are much hotter.

The only real argument about AIO GPUs being bad is the cooler. Well, more the pump. If it fails you are then left with a card with no cooling.Quote

24-02-2021, 05:02:40

trawetSluaP
Also they tend not to (generally) cool the memory, vrms etc. That's why I stay clear of them.Quote

24-02-2021, 07:41:55

queeg
wonder about the price 2500 maybe more versus doing it ya bloody selfQuote

24-02-2021, 11:53:23

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by trawetSluaP View Post
Also they tend not to (generally) cool the memory, vrms etc. That's why I stay clear of them.
Not true. Every factory AIO card has plenty of cooling for the VRM and memory. That is what the fan is for, and they have decent heatsinks too.

It's hardly bolting a AIO to your GPU with a dodgy adapter is it?

https://i.imgur.com/1txc9bF.jpg

That's the Asus. The memory and block are both cooled by water. The VRM are cooled by a massive chunk of heatsink with heat pads on. Did you watch the reviews? they were the best temps in class dude.

Even the Fury X was full cooling for everything, VRM and all.

The only issue, and I mean the only one, is the cooler failing and being a custom unit. However, given most of these cards come with a 5 year warranty that's neither here nor there really. Mostly because after 5 years it will be worthless any way.

As I have said (and I own three fully water cooled PCs and one with AIOs) the cooling efficiency is pretty much the same. Why you think I didn't bother water cooling my new rig? I paid £450 for a water cooler on my Kingpin so that I didn't have to, because end of the day I would have gotten the same thing with a bugger load of aggro.

Water cooled rigs fail too dude. It's not specific to AIOs. I had a radiator crack on my rig last week that caused me a pig load of aggro.Quote
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