According to details provided by Powercolor, the new Liquid Devil Radeon RX 5700 XT uses special binned GPUs that should boost up to 2070MHz and comes with a high-end custom 12-layer PCB with 10-phase VRM, which is a significant upgrade considering that reference PCB sticks to 7-phase and most custom cards use 8-phase VRM. The card draws power from two 8-pin PCIe power connectors.
As the name of the series suggests, the Liquid Devil RX 5700 XT comes with a high-quality water block from EK Water Blocks, featuring a nickel-plated copper base with semi-plexi top for cool-looking RGB lighting. It is also bundled with three different color Dye Pack coolants that can be used with EKWB's clear or white CryoFuel coolant.
The rest of the features include the triple-BIOS switch, with Silent, OC, and the new Unleash BIOS options, which push the boosted GPU clock up to 2070MHz.
Considering it features a high-end custom PCB, binned GPUs, and high-quality water block from EK Water Blocks, we were quite surprised to see that Powercolor is sticking to a somewhat lower price tag of $599/€599/£569. The new Powercolor Liquid Devil RX 5700 XT will be available in retail/e-tail shops from November 25th.