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PowerColor starts teasing new Devil Radeon RX 7000 series cards

With AMD RDNA 3-based graphics cards right around the corner, AIB partners are already working on their own custom models. PowerColor is one such manufacturer, and proof of that can be found in a new teaser for an upcoming Devil-series graphics card.

The picture posted on Twitter by PowerColor shows the famous Devil series logo illuminated by LEDs inside a red and translucent crystal-shaped polygon. This “crystal” seems to be placed on the right part of a graphics card, leaving us wondering where the fans are. Our guess is that this card is cooled by an AIO liquid cooler.

In the same post where PowerColor shared the picture, it also announced it would give away a “very special PowerColor Devil”. It's unclear what exactly PowerColor is referring to, but we assume it's a PowerColor Radeon RX 7900 Devil series graphics card, possibly a limited or special edition. To participate in the giveaway, the company is asking users to make a reel, retweet, use #PowerColor_pimp_my_rig and tag @PowerColor. The event will run from November 2nd to November 9th, and winners will be announced on November 10th. According to the company, the prize will be delivered by December 31st.

AMD will introduce the first RDNA 3-based graphics cards today at 8:00 pm GMT. Soon after, PowerColor should officially reveal the new Devil series cards, putting our questions to rest.

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KitGuru says: Considering the Devil series cards are PowerColor's premium line, an AIO cooler makes sense.  

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