PowerColor Devil 13 provides two Grenada R9 390 GPU and 16GB GDDR5




PowerColor Devil 13 brings the Dual Core R9 390 from a video card with two GPUs on Grenada-1000Mhz. The difference with the Radeon R9 295X2 is that PowerColor Devil 13 cools air and provides 16GB of memory.

The latest dual-GPU card from AMD is the Radeon R9 295X2, which in April 2014 was published. PowerColor Announces however now its own structure to that which relates to specifications similar to the R9 295x, but does not have water cooling.

The Devil 13 Dual Core R9 390 includes two Grenada GPU that runs at 1000MHz. That is slightly less than the 295x R9 and R9 390X. PowerColor does not specify whether the Grenada Pro GPUs comes with 2560 stream processors, or XT GPU with 2816 stream processors each. The memory speed of the GDDR5 memory is 5,4GHz, which is slightly higher than the 295X2. Moreover, there is twice the memory present; 8GB two times instead of two times 4GB. The memory communicates with the GPU via two 512-bit wide memory interfaces.

Three double blade-fans should keep the GPU’s temperature and ten heatpipes conduct the heat away. The card uses electricity via a 15-phase power supply and must be connected to the power supply with four 8pin PCI-E connectors. According to PowerColor need a system that can handle the card on at least feature a 1000W power supply.

When the Devil comes exactly 13 available and what the video card will cost is not yet known.


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