Short PCB with big dual-fan cooler
XFX has been known for some quite impressive AMD custom graphics cards and it appears that the company is working on a custom version of the RX Vega.
From most, if not all partners
Despite earlier worrisome rumors that some partners might not be working on custom Radeon RX Vega graphics cards, it appears that most, if not all partners will be launching their custom RX Vega versions in late October/early November.
Preparing the full Crimson Edition series
XFX has unveiled its newest Radeon RX 480 Crimson Edition graphics card that is mostly based on the previously available RX 480 Double Dissipation but comes with red LED lighting and detachable fans.
The RX 460 Core Edition
It appears that HIS is no longer the only firm to offer a single-slot Radeon RX 460 as XFX has its own Radeon RX 460 Core Edition that will be available in both 2GB and 4GB versions.
Only for Asian market for now
XFX has apparently released a passive Radeon RX 460 graphics card for Asian market, which should be quite interesting to those looking to make a completely silent PC system.
Should be coming later this week
While AMD Radeon RX 480 has been selling for quite some time, we are yet to see some of the first custom versions and although there should be plenty of them soon, we now have more details regarding XFX's own Double Dissipation version which will feature a custom PCB, hefty factory-overclock and dual-slot, dual-fan cooler.
All with reference blower-style cooler
Apparently, XFX was quite keen to launch the new Radeon RX 480 graphics card as the company has no less than three different versions, all with the same reference blower-style cooler, two factory-overclocked with 8GB of RAM and the RX 480 4GB Core Edition.
XFX, Sapphire and Powercolor
It appears that there will be plenty of reference RX 480 graphics cards at launch as we now have pictures from three different AMD AIB partners.
With factory-overclocked GPU
While the Radeon R9 Fury X was the only graphics card in the Fury series shipping with AiO liquid cooler, this will apparently change as XFX is working on a Radeon R9 Fury (non-X) version that will feature a similar cooling system.
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