PowerColor has just launched two new high-end AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT 16GB models. The two models being added to the PowerColor are the AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT 16GB Red Devil Ultimate and the Radeon RX 6900 XT 16GB Liquid Devil Ultimate. Even if we see a drastic shortage of graphics cards, it is evident that the custom card makers are not ready to wait to launch their high-end customized GPUs to rake in the profit from inflated prices.
Coming to the graphics cards, the major issue has always been related to overclocking. With the availability of binning, the most high-end cards suitable for overclocking are chosen beforehand by the manufacturers. The cards from PowerColor have been binned to give everyone the best overclocking experience. The Navi 21 XTX GPU features 5120 stream processors, 320 TUs, 128 ROPs, and 80 RT units.
PowerColor has its PCB with a powerful VRM configuration of 16 phases using DrMOS deployment and high polymer capacitors. Sporting a new VBIOS, the PowerColor AMD RX 6900 XT LIQUID DEVIL ULTIMATE can boost up to 2525MHz, and the RED DEVIL ULTIMATE can boost up to 2425MHz. Both of them are powered through a triple 8-pin connector.
The AMD RX 6900 XT RED DEVIL ULTIMATE comes with a triple-fan cooler with a 3 slot design. It uses a 320mm cooler with 7 heat pipes and a large copper heat plate directly touching the GPU. The LIQUID DEVIL ULTIMATE takes advantage of a water block. The water block itself takes advantage of a nickel-plated copper base, and also the cards feature RGB lighting for the water block and the DEVIL logo on the block.
The PowerColor RED DEVIL ULTIMATE and LIQUID DEVIL ULTIMATE AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT models are available starting April 15th at most online retailers.