Does not have a graphics card to show it on
While AMD Polaris-based graphics cards are nowhere to be seen at Computex 2016 show, this did not stop Powercolor to showcased its next-generation LCS (Liquid Cooling System) coolers.
With support for up to 375W GPU
Powercolor has announced its its own version of an external graphics card solution called the Devil Box.
Dual-GPU graphics card with 16GB of GDDR5 memory
Powercolor has unveiled the newest Devil 13 graphics card, the €699 priced Devil 13 Dual Core R9 390 based on two Grenada GPUs and 16GB of GDDR5 memory.
With Hybrid Cooling System
Powercolor has just unveiled its latest Devil series graphics card, the Powercolor Devil R9 390X.
No X and three aircoolers
Everyone was excited about the water-cooled Radeon R9 Fury X, and now it is time for the non-X version.
Know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em.
AMD's partners have released their cards based on its Radeon 300 Series of graphics cards.
Strapped to R9 290X PCS PCB, at least for now
While it did not have a chance to show the fancy new Fiji GPU graphics card at Computex 2015 show in Taipei, Powercolor certainly had a lot to show and in addition to earlier announced Devil HDX sound card, Powercolor brought the new Devil Hybrid cooler to the show.
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Powercolor, which is known for its high-end custom AMD Radeon graphics cards, came to Computex 2015 show with a rather interesting new product, the Devil HDX PCI-Express sound card.
Review: 100% custom R9 295X2 design
Two Hawaii XT GPUs and four 8-pin PCI-E connectors