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Red Devil RX 6900 XT Series
Babeltechreviews.com
No doubts we have one of the highest prformance cards, from PowerColor , besides their 6900XT Red Devil. This cooler is amazing which allows PowerColor to squeze every extra performance[...] as well added funcionalities such as dual bios.
PowerColor
Red Devil RX 6800 XT Series
Hardware al dia
Spain
No doubts we have one of the highest prformance cards, from PowerColor , besides their 6900XT Red Devil. This cooler is amazing which allows PowerColor to squeze every extra performance as well added funcionalities such as dual bios.
PowerColor
Red Devil RX 6900 XT Series
Babeltechreviews.com
PowerColor has taken the RX 6900 XT GPU and over-engineered it with a 16 Phase design versus the 11+2 Phase VRM design on the reference design. Red Devils are over-spec’d in order to deliver the best stability and overclocking headroom. It’s not only capable of using well over 400W, and by having the best VRMs, it will run cooler and last longer than any reference version
The Red Devil is the equivalent of a Ferrari – and AMD has forcibly installed a limiter on it. This is a poor decision by AMD foisted on their partners and we respectfully disagree with them. We really like the Red Devil and will continue to recommend it as among the very best of the AIB RX 6900 XTs, and a great choice for AMD gamers.
PowerColor
Red Dragon RX 6800
Niche Gamer
US
Looking at the PowerColor Red Dragon RX 6800 GPU, you can see it absolutely blows away previous generation of cards. The issue is at time of writing you still cannot buy it, or any of the other RX 6000 series cards at under $1000 due to lack of supply and scalpers.
I would give this card a very strong recommendation due to its very nice styling, build quality, and incredibly low fan noise. But you simply cannot buy the card currently.
PowerColor
Red Dragon RX 6800
techPowerUp!
Our Recommended Award to the RX 6800 Red Dragon—it's one of the cards I would be looking for if I wanted an RX 6800 now. While the Red Dragon cooler is not nearly as powerful than the one on the much more expensive ASUS STRIX, PowerColor found more balanced fan settings and didn't just go brute force on low temperatures.
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