PowerColor divulges information on RX 7900 XTX clocks
Today marks the official launch of the PowerColor Liquid Devil GPU. The card’s specifications were not mentioned in the teaser from a few days ago, but they have since been confirmed.
Two BIOS options are available for PowerColor’s Liquid Devil, a single-slot RX 7900 XTX GPU with an entirely bespoke waterblock. The OC BIOS will enable base/boost clocks of 2455/2615 MHz, but the card also has a “Unleash” option that raises the clocks to 2510/2680 MHz, respectively. This indicates that PowerColor is supporting a frequency increase of up to 210/180 MHz in comparison to the reference specifications. Additionally, this model ought to be 50 MHz quicker than Red Devil’s air cooling. Just keep in mind that clocks can change based on workload.
RX 7900 XTX Liquid Devil specs, Source: PowerColor
It’s important to note that the 2.6 GHz boost clock employed by premium designs from ASRock Phantom, Gigabyte Aorus Elite, or Sapphire NITRO+ is not an unusual frequency for custom RX 7900 XTX GPUs. This model follows ASRock Aqua OC as the second RDNA3 desktop GPU to use liquid cooling.
The review embargo on these cards has already been lifted, therefore PowerColor should soon be able to validate the TBP (Board Power) specifications for each BIOS mode.
According to what we’ve discovered, this card should be available starting next week, so be sure to see whether your preferred retailer has any in stock or available for preorder.