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PowerColor 6970 Devil 13

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Posted January 11, 2012 by Jake in Video Cards
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Introduction

AMD’s flagship 6970 graphics cards have been out for quite awhile, and have proven very successful with gamers. We’ve seen several variations, and enthusiasts are always on the lookout for something unique, particularly when it comes to performance features.

We’ve also seen some graphics cards from PowerColor that fit this bill, to varying degrees. And it appears that PowerColor is taking things further than ever with the latest offering: the 6970 Devil 13. Sporting many enthusiast-oriented features such as a custom heatsink, low noise fans, voltage read points, improved power design, and a dual BIOS for turbo clock speeds, this might be the last great hurrah of the 6000 series Radeon cards.

While it’s no secret the Radeon 7970 is a performance powerhouse, there may yet be life in the 6970 for those who don’t have the budget to splurge on the latest tech. The Devil 13 certainly looks tempting, and it’s got an accessory package second to none, but it’s also late to the party with other custom cards having already hit the market quite some time ago.

Let’s dive in and take a closer look at the PowerColor 6970 Devil 13 and see how it fares.

PowerColor, established by Tul Corporation in 1997, is a graphics industry leading brand name now and well known for its outstanding performance and innovative technology. As a leading provider of graphics card, PowerColor offers powerful, reliable and cost-effective solutions to customers worldwide. PowerColor graphics cards deliver every-last-drop of super-charged performance from ATI’s most advanced visual processing units (VPU). Running a PowerColor graphics card, today’s gamers are able to unleash the 3D graphics performance of their favorite game playing it the way it was meant to be played.

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