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Wednesday, 05 October 2011 18:32

Powercolor announces Devil 13 HD 6970 card

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Enthusiast custom card
Powercolor has unveiled its latest addition to the HD 6900 graphics card series, the Devil 13 HD 6970. Featuring custom design with a special dual fan cooling, the Devil 13 HD 6970 targets enthusiasts that want the premium product.

The new Devil 13 HD 6970 card features a 12-phase design packed on a custom PCB. It has dual-BIOS, proadlizer capacitors and voltage measure points in case you are looking into some hardcore overclocking. The card still packs 1536 stream processors and works at 960MHz for the GPU and 5700MHz for 2GB of GDDR5 memory paired up with a 256-bit memory interface. These clocks come flashed into the second BIOS while the first one takes the card down to 880MHz and 5500MHz.

The cooling is done by a custom cooler with two 92mm fans and four 8mm copper heatpipes. The card also features LED lights that should supplement the eye-catching red/black colour scheme. The card has two DVI, HDMI and two mini DisplayPort outputs and support for AMD's CrossfireX.

The new Devil 13 HD 6970 comes packed in a rather flashy red/black box and will bundled with a set of Wiha screwdrivers. The new Devil 13 HD 6970 should hit retail/e-tail by the end of October. Unfortunately, there is still no info regarding the price but these special edition cards usually carry a premium price tag as well.

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