PowerColor Red Devil Radeon RX 570 Video Card Review

Packaging and Unboxing

The PowerColor Red Devil RX 570 comes packed in a matte-black box, with the PowerColor Logo centered on the top. Directly below, we find the beautiful, and intricate, Red Devil logo. This takes up most the front of the package. In the bottom right corner, we see the Radeon logo and the RX 570 branding. Below that is a list of a few of the main features of the graphics card. These include DX12 support, Vulcan support, Chill support, as well as FreeSync technology and Relive capture.

The rear of the package displays a lot of information. Across the top, from left to right, we first see the Radeon logo and RX 570 product branding. In the center, The Red Devil logo, followed by the PowerColor logo.  Just below the Radeon logo, are a list of system specifications and power requirements for the Red Devil RX 570. Just to the right of the specifications and requirements, there is a blown-out depiction of the Red Devil RX 570, with descriptions of the main components of the card.

In the bottom right corner, there is a list of some of the Radeon technology features of the Red Devil RX 570. Some of these features include Radeon FreeSync technology, Radeon chill, and AMD virtual super resolution. Below the blown-out picture of the card, there are there are depictions of the main features of the cooler. These include the Double Blade III fans, Mute Fan Technology, Two Ball Bearing Fans and the Red Devil’s Gold Power Kit.

Both the left and the right side of the box are the same. The top has the PowerColor logo. Just below that is the Red Devil logo. Along the bottom is the Radeon logo with the RX 570 product branding.

The top of the box has the PowerColor logo to the left and the Red Devil logo in the center. To the right is the Radeon logo and RX 570 product branding.

The bottom of the box has the PowerColor logo to the left, and the Radeon logo and RX 570 product branding in the center. To the far right, we find the UPC code, model and serial numbers.

The internal packaging is a plain brown box that offers plenty of protection when being shipped or stored. The card comes in an anti-static bag, and has driver disk and user manual packed with the card.

The accessories are limited to a driver disk and a quick start user guide.



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