One other Radeon RX 7900 from PowerColor
PowerColor Japan teases the upcoming Radeon RX 7900 Hellhound series.
Following the affirmation of Radeon 7900 Satan series, the corporate is now teasing its first excessive-finish Hellhound graphics playing cards. Whereas PowerColor is just not naming the product SKU straight, the design featured beneath is unquestionably not utilized by any current Hellhound graphics card.
The truth is, PowerColor didn’t launch any Hellhound GPU from x800 or x900 series earlier than. Up to now, probably the most highly effective Hellhound mannequin was primarily based on Navi 22 aka Radeon RX 6700 XT.
This card undoubtedly seems to be totally different from the RDNA2 mannequin, with a wholly new backplate design and new capacitor format behind the GPU, unusual for any Radeon RX 6000 fashions.
Apparently, it nonetheless options twin 8-pin energy connectors which was the case 6700 XT SKU. Moreover, what one can (barely) see are three followers illuminated by brilliant blue gentle, an iconic function of all Hellhound GPUs, though some include white cooler shroud and pink followers (aka Hellhound Spectral).
The cardboard can be geared up with a LED swap, so it’s comparatively straightforward to show off the LEDs for many who favor stealthy designs. One also needs to discover a twin-BIOS swap nearer to the I/O bracket, however this can be a typical function for nearly all excessive-finish PowerColor GPUs.
For comparability, right here’s RX 6700 XT Hellhound:
The AMD Radeon 7900 series are set to launch on December thirteenth. The corporate introduced two fashions: 7900 XTX and 7900 XT, each launching on the identical day. What stays to be confirmed is whether or not the cardboard teased by PowerColor is the complete Navi 31 or a lower-down model.