PowerColor & Sapphire’s upcoming Radeon RX 7900 XTX Red Devil & Nitro+ designs are pictured a little more.
PowerColor & Sapphire Ready Custom Radeon RX 7900 XTX Designs with Red Devil & Nitro + Graphics Cards
Starting with the PowerColor Radeon RX 7900 XTX Red Devil, we really get the whole card but We get some nice shots By AIB (real pictures, not photos). The back panel will be the main focus and will look great for the devil. The triangular pattern with the illuminated RGB logo looks exceptional on the card.
The PowerColor Radeon RX 7900 Red Devil graphics card comes with a four-slot design (either 3.5 or 3.8 slots) and an all-new shroud design that includes triple fans, each fan with 9 fan blades, and an aluminum shroud cover that features an aggressive aesthetic with bright red RGB accents. The card will have a custom PCB design that will be powered by a triple 8-pin connector interface. PowerColor also teased the standard Hellhound series of Radeon RX 7900 graphics cards as well which feature a triple fan design but a more standard dual 8-pin connector layout.
Moving on to the Sapphire Radeon RX 7900 XTX Nitro +, we’ll see the card in its full form after being teased by AIB. The Nitro+ seems to have been inspired by the design of the Gigabyte AERO since its backplates look pretty cool but in addition, the card looks absolutely premium with a fully enclosed shroud in metallic silver paint, includes a triple fan design, and comes in a three-slot form factor.
Here’s how the dedicated AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX models compare in terms of form factor and power inputs so far:
- AMD reference model = 2.5 holes (2 x 8 pins)
- ASUS TUF Gaming = 3.63 holes (3 x 8 pins)
- Sapphire Vapor-X= ~ 3 holes (3x 8 pin)
- Sapphire Nitro + = 3 holes (3x 8 pin)
- powercolor red devil = > 3 holes (3x 8 pins)
- Powercolor Hellhound = ~ 3 holes (3x 8 pin)
- ASRock Aqua OC WB= 2 holes (3 x 8 pin)
- ASRock Taichi Gaming = 3 holes (3x 8 pin)
- ASRock Phantom Gaming = ~ 3 holes (3x 8 pin)
- XFX MERC OC 310 = 3 holes (3x 8 pin)
The leaked images by Videocardz give us a better look at the double-sided RGB LED highlight strip found on the Nitro+ variant. As always, Sapphire takes cooling to the next level with a high-end aluminum heatsink that covers the GPU, VRAM, and VRMs as well as an additional heat-sink support chip that features aluminum fins and is based on a PCB. The card features triple 8-pin header connectors and the RGB Accent LEDs can be controlled via the Sapphire TRIXX array. Expect more information on these and other dedicated Radeon RX 7900 XTX graphics cards next week.
News source: Videocardz