So far, Powercolor has only published two short teasers for the RX 6800 XT / RX 6900 XT Liquid Devil, but the company is supposed to present the graphics card as early as next week. In addition, two product images were leaked.
Liquid Devil with custom cooler and custom PCB
According to the Videocardz website, that should change soon, because Powercolor is supposed to present the RX 6800 XT / RX 6900 XT Liquid Devil in the course of the coming week. In addition, the website has apparently already been able to get hold of official pictures of the graphics card, from which some additional information can be derived. For example, it emerges that the company is apparently planning an optional variant with included colorants.
The Powercolor Radeon RX 6800 XT / 6900 XT Liquid Devil relies on a water cooler from EK Water Blocks.
In addition, the PCB of the Liquid Devil should be the same size as that of the Red Devil, so that the same custom board is probably used in both variants. With regard to the full cover water cooler used, this means that EK Water Blocks has specially adapted the existing water cooler for AMD’s RDNA2 graphics cards.
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Unfortunately, even Videocardz does not have further information on the price, the power budget or the clock rates of the graphics card. Here you have to be patient until Powercolor becomes more talkative. In addition, there is of course the question of availability, because there is currently not a single RDNA2 graphics card in the PCGH price comparison that is offered at halfway reasonable prices.
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