PowerColor HD 7990 Devil 13 photographed
During the past powercolor Computex 2012 showed its future dual video card Radeon HD 7970, which at that time was known as Devil 13 HD 7970 X2 , but apparently have decided to rename it before launch.
The new brand name for the new video card is PowerColor hd 7990 devil 13 and will be based on two amd Radeon hd 7970 GPUs running at 925MHz and connected by a PLX PCIe bridge, will be equipped with 6GB (3GB per GPU) Memory GDDR5 graphics with 384-bit bus running at 1375MHz (5500MHz effective).
Additionally the card will feature a switch which will allow your operating frequency rises to 1GHz for the gpu (the switch only increases the frequency of the GPU and graphics memory, or so the rumors suggest).
It is hoped that this card has a suggested retail price of U.S. $899 to U.S. $999 and will be a limited edition run only 500 lucky users who can acquire.
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