Product on Review: Red Devil RX 6700 XT
Manufacturer & Sponsor: PowerColor
Street Price: £600 GBP | $650 USD | $1200 AUD
Designed to tackle the RTX 3070, AMD announced the RX 6700 XT earlier this month, with the intention of being an excellent choice for 1440p at maximum detail presets. Since it’s arrival, AMD’s RDNA 2 has re-introduced stiff competition for NVIDIA in the GPU market, which has been absent for countless years.
Reference and custom RX 6700 XTs will be launching today – all with 12GB GDDR6, 192-bit memory bus and 2560 Shader Units, and for our coverage we’ll be kicking things off with the spectacular PowerColor Red Devil RX 6700 XT. This triple-fan monster has a factory overclock, shifting the GPU clock boost from 2581MHz to 2659MHz.
Can the 6700 XT claim victory for the 1440p segment? Let’s find out.
PowerColor on their Red Devil
With a new outlook, the Red Devil RX 6700 XT is paired with an entirely new advanced cooling solution to keep your graphics card running in low temperatures while providing a remarkably high-performance gaming experience. Apart from the new cooling system, Red Devil has been updated with RGB lighting on the side, shroud, and back of the card to present the perfect aesthetic design. Moreover, the Red Devil RX 6700 XT Limited Edition comes with unique Red Devil keycap.