More details about the PowerColor Radeon RX 7900 Hellhounds have been revealed

The cooling and voltage regulation module of at least three-slot controllers has been unveiled.


We recently heard about the upcoming PowerColor Hellhound series Radeon RX 7900, and since the expected launch on December 13 is upon us, the available information is also they start to multiply.


It appears that both the XT and XTX models share the same design, packing a 20-phase VRM on their 14-layer printed circuit board, similar to the Sapphire Nitro.


The (copper) contact surface of the block covering the GPU and VRAM chips is 91 x 89 x 2.6 mm, ergo slightly larger than what we saw in the previous generation, and according to the manufacturer, the (ring) nine-blade, with LEDs sprinkled fans have also been slightly improved, which alone can mean 3 °C better temperatures compared to its predecessor. A detail worth mentioning is that eight of the 6 mm diameter, nickel-plated copper heat-conducting tubes “skewer” the large ribs.


Of course, the Red Devil version will also come, which will have three 6+2-pin PCI Express power connectors instead of two, and there is a good chance that it will have a somewhat more serious cooling unit.


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