The four 8-pin PCI-E power connectors are a giveaway to the card’s identity.

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Shortly after PowerColor teased its upcoming Devil13 high-end graphics card on its Facebook page, images of the card that reveal the GPU used leaked out online via the Chinese language online forum Chip Hell.

As you can see in the photo below, the PowerColor branded card looks distinctly like a Radeon R9 295×2. The sheer size of the thing and the power requirements via the four PCI-E power connectors which should draw around 675W of power.

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PowerColor has appeared to have done some tweaking with the card, modifying the Hydra cooler developed by Asetek.

What’s up in the air as of now is the final clock speed. The reference R9 295X2 card ships with a 1018MHz clock, and given the size of the cooler on the thing it’s very likely PowerColor has overclocking in mind.

As with previous “Devil” branded cards, expect PowerColor to launch the Devil13 in limited quantities at a very high price (above $2000). A release date hasn’t been announced yet, but expect the card to appear on the showfloor at Computex.

Source: ChipHell