Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 09/07/2015 08:22 AM [ 25 comment(s) ]
We review the PowerColor DEVIL Radeon R9 390X. This product is Hybrid cooled meaning air for the VRM area and liquid cooling on the Hawaii GPU, now called Grenada. Thanks to this cooler the card hovers just above the 50 Degrees C, that's under full gaming load whilst being factory overclocked towards 1100 MHz on the GPU base clock.
We review the PowerColor Radeon R9 390 PCS+ 8 GB edition. The card's equipped with that renamed Hawaii Pro GPU, now called Grenada. It comes fitted with a massive triple slot air cooler keeping this product under 70 Degrees C, that's under full gaming load whilst being factory overclocked and fairly silent.
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 09/05/2014 08:17 AM [ 4 comment(s) ]
In this review we look at the new PowerColorRadeon R9-285 TurboDuo. Armed with an ultra silent cooler this Tonga GPU based product bring you high-end gaming at a price of 249 USD - With 2GB of graphics memory you can game with good image quality settings at Full HD. Follow us into this review where we'll look at temperatures, noise, performance and go with the latest game titles on the globe.
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 07/15/2014 03:20 AM [ 20 comment(s) ]
Join us in a very dark review of the fastest graphics card on the planet. It's hotter than hell, demonic and hinted as a disciple of the Devil himself, yes we review the PowerColor Radeon R9 295x2 Devil13 with 8 GB graphics memory. The card is a dual-GPU based graphics card that comes with two Hawaii XT GPUs, these two GPUs are fully enabled on all Shader Processors and run up-to a cool 1018 MHz each. So that's over 12 Billion transistors, 5632 Shader Processors and a good 11.5 TFLOPS of compute performance slapped onto a single PCB.
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 02/25/2014 09:11 AM [ 8 comment(s) ]
We review the PowerColor Radeon R9-290X PCS+ graphics card, this beast runs at low temperatures whilst being factory overclocked. The 2816 Stream processor based Hawaii chip will get paired with 4 GB GDDR5 memory running along a 512-bit memory interface. The card itself is fully customized including component selection, custom PCB, custom cooling, well .. custom everything ! Powered through 8-Pin + 6-Pin power configuration it obviously runs at factory overclocked specifications as well. The card will clock towards 1050 MHz and has an improved GDDR5 memory frequency as well. Did I just catch your attention ? I figured that much, let's go and check 'r out shall we ?
PowerColor is the first in our line-up of R7950 reviews with a customized model. It is the PCS version that clocks in at a cool 880 MHz on the graphics core with it's memory clocked default at an effective data rate of 5000 MHZ. Armed witha custom cooler it is silent, and even cooler compared to the reference model.
This is the R6870 PCS+ version where PowerColor pre-overclocks the card to 940 MHz (900 reference) and clock the memory at 4400 MHz coming from 4200 MHz. This should give the card a nifty nice boost.
PowerColor is as always never late to arrive at the party, they submitted a Radeon HD 6850 for a test here at Guru3D.com and as such we'd be more than happy to bring you a full review on one of their newest products today, the PCS+ version of the Radeon HD 6850 that comes pre-overclocked.
Meet the Powercolor HD5770 1GB GDDR5 Single Slot graphics card. Each card Radeon HD5770 is clocked at 850MHz, has a 1GB memory partition running at 1,2GHz (x4 Quad data rate gDDR5) over a 128 bit memory bus. Each card comes with a Display Port, DVI-I and HDMI allowing much flexibility monitor wise. The new cards are clocked at reference speeds as the new single slot coolers obviously have a little less cooling capacity opposed to the dual-slot version. Today we'll take a total of four of these cards and see what they'll do setup in multi-GPU-mode, CrossfireX.
With the cards becoming more and more available we'll see more and more manufacturers, AIC and AIB partners release new updated products based on the series 5000 product. PowerColor is releasing a Radeon HD 5770 which is labeled as PCS+ and comes with a custom PCB, slightly higher clock frequencies, custom cooler, and no less than four output connectors.
Today we test a graphics card from the chaps of PowerColor, they launched their Radeon HD 4890 PCS+ , a card with custom cooling, a lot of copper .. and it comes pre-overclocked at 950 MHz with a 4200 MHz memory frequency. That sounds definitely sexy doesn't it ?
In our earlier review we tested the Radeon HD 3870 X2 from HiS, today we move onwards and have a closer peek of what PowerColor / TUL has to offer us.
The beast we'll review today is the Radeon HD 3870 X2. A snazzy VGA-card as this is a multi-GPU solution on one PCB (one board). Yep you heard it right, two graphics processors on one board, bridged, making it a "single" card, a card that because it's bridged will work on any mainboard with a fast enough PCIe slot (x8 or x16 is fine); so you do not need a specific Crossfire compatible mainboard.
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 06/14/2006 06:00 AM [ 0 comment(s) ]
Roughly 3 weeks ago ATI released yet another graphics card onto the market that comes from that successful series X1000 family of graphics cards. Targeted at the high-end segment yet in the low range. A product that is being positioned against NVIDIA's 299 dollar GeForce 7900 GT.
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 04/18/2006 06:00 AM [ 0 comment(s) ]
Today we'll be peeking at the rather lovely Radeon X1800 GTO from this company. So here it is my fellow guru's, a review on ATI latest 12-pipe mid-range product based on the X1800 silicon which quite frankly is a very credible graphics card as you'll learn in this article. The product offers up-to twice the performance of the X1600 Pro yet carries a pricetag of sub 249 USD. Theis model from PowerColor is actually tagged at 239 USD. Fascinating ? Yes I agree .. absolutely.
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 10/06/2004 06:00 AM [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quite honestly I never expected PowerColor to be around in 2004 as I figured their reputation at one point would get to them but hey, they still are. A few weeks ago I was contacted by a representative of Tul, the actually company that is responsible for the PowerColor line of products asking if we would be interested in reviewing some of their products. Within that context I have to say that of course over the years I have been following them. We have seen a lot of discussion about the products in our forums and the trend shows that things have improved for the better for sure. So today we will be reviewing the PowerColor Radeon x800 Pro. With that being said, let's start up this review beginning with a small overview of the Radeon x800 Pro.