PowerColor Unleashes The Red Devil RX 570 4GB

Hot on the heels of its Red Devil RX 580 graphics cards, PowerColor is back again with its Red Devil RX 570 4GB.

As with the rest of PowerColor's RX 500 series graphics cards, this new card is overclocked from the factory sporting core speeds of up to 1,320MHz with boost. Specifications for the Radeon RX 570 include 32 compute units, 32 ROPs, 2,048 Stream Processors, 5.1 TFLOPS of processing power, up to 159.2GTps peak texture fill-rate, up to 39.8GPps pixel fill-rate, 128 Texture Units and a 5.7 billion transistor count. The Red Devil RX 570 features PowerColor's selectable BIOS profiles for Ultra Overclocking and Silent Overclocking at the flip of a switch.


The massive custom designed heatsink features three Double Blade III 8cfm fans. The company claims these new fans increase airflow 20% over previous generation fans. Mute Fan Technology allows the fans to operate at 0dB when temperatures are lower than 60°C. To help prevent bending and twisting, PowerColor included a metal backing plate that covers the entire back of the card. PowerColor's Red Devil RX 570 is equipped with an 8-pin power connector and a 6+1 power phase system that helps the card maintain stable power delivery at high frequencies.

As with most Radeon 500 series cards, this card also supports bridgeless CrossFire for using more than one GPU simultaneously, AMD FreeSync Technology that eliminates image tears and choppiness, and AMD Eyefinity for a panoramic multi-screen gaming experience that supports up to five monitors.

We reached out to PowerColor for information on pricing and availability.

Product

Red Devil RX 570 4GB

GPU

Radeon RX 570

Stream Processors

2,048 Units

Video Memory

4GB GDDR5

Core Clock

Up to 1,320MHz

Memory Clock

7,000MHz

Memory Interface

256-Bit

Bus Standard

PCI-E 3.0

Display Connectors

DVI-D / HDMI / 3x Display Port

DirectX

12

OpenGL

4.5

Power Connector

8-pin PCI-E Power

PSU Requirements

450W

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  • Th3pwn3r
    "We reached out to PowerColor for information on pricing and availability"

    And? Seems like anyone who would be in the market for an AMD card of this level will just wait for Vega instead. Silly of them to even waste their time on these cards in my opinion.
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  • RomeoReject
    Anonymous said:
    "We reached out to PowerColor for information on pricing and availability"

    And? Seems like anyone who would be in the market for an AMD card of this level will just wait for Vega instead. Silly of them to even waste their time on these cards in my opinion.

    It was my understanding that Vega will apply to the high end market only. This is a sub $200 card (Presumably, assuming RX570 pricing), so I don't think there's too much overlap there.
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  • Th3pwn3r
    Anonymous said:
    Anonymous said:
    "We reached out to PowerColor for information on pricing and availability"

    And? Seems like anyone who would be in the market for an AMD card of this level will just wait for Vega instead. Silly of them to even waste their time on these cards in my opinion.

    It was my understanding that Vega will apply to the high end market only. This is a sub $200 card (Presumably, assuming RX570 pricing), so I don't think there's too much overlap there.


    Well I'm an idiot and thought this was their current higher end. I guess that would be the 580 series and even those aren't close to the level of what Nvidia is currently offering.
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