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PowerColor Releases Red Devil RX 590 (Two Days Early)

PowerColor Red Devil RX 590 Graphics Card Front

Two days before launch date…. PowerColor has just released the Red Devil RX 590 graphics card which was suppose to be launched November 15th this year. Included in the news posting were images and detailed specifications of the card.

To sweeten the deal, in addition the the GPU, three $60 titles are included. The Red Devil RX 590 comes with Resident Evil 2, Devil May Cry 5 and The Division as part of 3 game bundle worth 180$.

The GPU itself is built on AMD’s new 12nm architecture. Performance wise, the GPU should handle 1080P games without issue. Core speeds are reported to be 1576MHz, for all 2304 stream processors. It’s 256bit memory interface provides speeds up to 8Gbps at 2000MHz. The card is powered by an 8-pin PCIe and one 6-pin PCIe connector.

Red Devil RX 590 equips 8mm + 6mm nickel-plated heat pipes for the best heat transfer possible. Moreover, PowerColor Red Devil RX 590 adopt the Mute Fan Technology that intelligently turns off the fan when the temperature is below 50°C, providing silent gaming during medium and low load while reducing power consumption simultaneously.

Specifications of the PowerColor Red Devil RX 590 Graphics Card

Graphic Engine Radeon RX 590
Stream Processor 2304 Units
Video Memory 8GB GDDR5
Engine Clock Up to 1576MHz
Memory Clock 2000MHz (8.0Gbps)
Memory Interface 256bit
BUS Standard PCIE 3.0
Standard Display Connectors DL-DVI-D/HDMI/DP X3
DirectX Support 12
Power Connector One 6-pin + One 8-Pin PCIE Power Connector
Minimum System Power Requirement 650W

Pricing has not been released at this point. More details to follow.

PowerColor Red Devil RX 590 Graphics Card Box

More information can be found on PowerColor’s official press release.

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