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Thursday, 24 May 2012 21:57

Powercolor working on new custom card

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Something special cooking for Computex


You might have noticed a neat picture of a new triple fan graphics on Powercolor's Facebook site and although some have been pointing towards a Vortex III we can confirm that it is not that, but rather a new custom Tahiti based graphics card that will most likely carry the Devil 13 brand.

Unfortunately, we were not able to score any precise details but due to the size of the PCB on that picture (at least we can guess), the dual GPU card is not excluded. We barely managed to squeeze out the Devil 13 info but we will surely have more details next week.

The last Devil 13 card was based on the HD 6970 and it was quite a good graphics card if you looked beyond the price, but as always, premium graphics cards come with a premium price tag.

Here is the picture from Powercolor's Facebook site and we will surely keep an eye out for it. We are sure that this could be the main star of Powercolor's lineup at Computex.

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