TUL Corporation's PowerColor division just unveiled one hell of a graphics card. It's the Devil 13 HD7990, and this fiery card wages war with dual Tahiti XT GPUs, the same as found in AMD's single GPU Radeon HD 7970 videocard. It's the first to launch out of AMD's much anticipated HD 7990 series, and the card looks every bit as beastly as you would expect from a part that takes up three slots.
PowerColor clocked the Devil 13 HD7990's GPU at 925MHz and 6GB of GDDR5 memory at 1,375MHz. With the flip of a dual-BIOS switch button, the core clockspeed is goosed to 1,000MHz.
There are 10 heatpipes and three fans cooling the hardware underneath the massive shroud. Pop it off and you'll discover a printed circuit board (PCB) with a 12+2+2 power phase design and several other enhancements as part of PowerColor's "platinum power kit" designed to enhance stability and deliver steady voltage to the GPU.
There's no word on price, but considering the Radeon HD 7970 streets for $410 and up, we'd be surprised if this one one didn't come close to the $1,000 mark.