A UK retailer has listed an unannounced PowerColor Radeon RX 5600 XT ITX graphics card.
PowerColor claims the Liquid Devil 5700 XT with a built-in water cooling block is the fastest RX 5700 XT graphics card.
Newegg is now offering a PowerColor-made 8GB RX 580 for $159.99 after $20 rebate and EMCERPT94 coupon code.
PowerColor is the first graphics card manufacturer to officially reveal its custom Radeon RX 590 graphics card.
PowerColor announced the Red Dragon RX Vega 56 8GB, a version of AMD’s Radeon RX Vega 56 with custom cooling and board design.
At Computex, PowerColor will expand its line of external graphics docks with the addition of the Gaming Box.
Hot on the heels of its Red Devil RX 580 graphics cards, PowerColor is back again with its Red Devil RX 570 4GB.
Closed-loop liquid cooling isn't just for the Fury X. PowerColor uses a similar setup for its Devil R9 390X 8GB, but how does the fancier thermal solution affect performance, cooling and noise?
PowerColor’s Devil 13 graphics card, with its two Hawaii GPUs and massive heat sink, weighs in at more than two kilograms and exudes luxury. But can it compete with AMD’s dual-GPU reference design with closed-loop water cooling? Let’s find out!
PowerColor sent over a second 2.5-slot Hawaii-based card. The first was MSI's R9 290X Lightning. This one, the PCS+ R9 290X is both lighter and less expensive. Does PowerColor out-engineer MSI and score an upset, or is the PCS+ simply less capable?
We're not particularly fond of AMD's reference Radeon R9 270-series cooling solution. Fortunately, most of the company's board partners have their own heat sinks and fans. We take 10 cards and measure their clock rates, thermals, and acoustics.
AMD’s Radeon R9 290X is an incredibly powerful gaming card. Unfortunately, the company's cheap cooling solution results in inconsistent performance and excessive noise. PowerColor’s liquid-cooled LCS AXR9 290X is set to solve both issues with finesse.
PowerColor has launched the entry level Radeon HD 7730 1 GB GDDR5 GPU that aims to offer “the most cost-effective performance for every PC user.”