PowerColor Red Devil RX 470 Graphics Card Review
PowerColor’s Red Devil series has quickly gained a reputation for being some of the fastest factory overclocked versions of popular AMD graphics products like the R9 390. The company’s latest endeavour is no different and utilises the highest boost clock I’ve encountered on an RX 470 aftermarket solution. Of course, it’s still early days and other partners could reach a higher figure but the likelihood of this occurring is quite slim. The PowerColor Red Devil RX 470 features two BIOS modes which you can cycle between using a manual switch. The more conservative profile opts for a 1220MHz boost while the ultimate overclock mode races ahead to 1270MHz. To put this into perspective, the 1270MHz boost is 10MHz faster out-of-the-box than the highly-acclaimed Sapphire Nitro+ RX 470 OC. Clearly, PowerColor’s stringent selection of Polaris 10 chips is paying dividends and allowing them to include the samples with superior overclocking headroom.
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