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Another beefed up HD 7970 from PowerColor on the way

PowerColor looks to be all over the Radeon HD 7970 with previous sightings of its suped up Vortex and LCS models and now another custom-cooled behemoth from the company appearing online.

We’re not exactly sure what model name PowerColor has planned for this dual-fanned version, but presumably it’ll be a part of the PCS series. The custom designed dual-slot cooler is somewhat reminiscing of the company’s own PCS+ HD 7950 with its blue and black twin-fan design, only it looks to be flexing its muscles some more with what appears to be three decent sized copper heatpipes on tap.

We can also ascertain from the photo that the card has a couple DVI ports, 1x HDMI and 2x mini-DP.

It’s highly probable the card will come with higher than reference clock rates out of the box, but we’ll have to wait for a bit longer before we can get solid info including pricing etc.

KitGuru says: If this model falls under PowerColor’s PCS+ series, we can’t wait to see what they manage to do with a Devil 13 7970.

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