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PowerColor will soon launch a new product in its Navi 10 Radeon RX 5700XT series of graphics cards, namely Liquid Devil.

The news came through a post on the company's Facebook page, where the RX 5700XT Liquid Devil (full name) will be the first liquid-cooled RX 5700XT and the first liquid-cooled 7nm custom GPU on the market.

doesn't have much to do at the moment, but it's the look of a card. The card is equipped with a custom clear EK water block as standard, and is decorated in a very attractive blue neon light.

We also know that the base is made of nickel-plated copper to promote heat transfer and prevent corrosion. The back plate is made of high quality brushed aluminum and the card is completely sealed. It also has two 8-pin power connectors, dual switchable BIOS (including overclocking mode), PCIE, three DisplayPort outputs, and one HDMI output.

also has full RGB lighting, when combined with acrylic finishes, it exudes the "mysterious atmosphere" described by PowerColor.

PowerColor includes three tone options (red, green, and blue) with GPU, so you can experiment and adjust the color of the coolant to match your build theme.

Needless to say, a drilling rig equipped with a customized liquid cooling circuit is a prerequisite for using Liquid Devil. You can expect noise-free cooling without the annoying hum of fan cooling alternatives.

As for the GPU itself, it is an 8GB RX 5700XT. The Red Devil fan cooling model promotes 1905MHz (gaming), up to 1770MHz (base), up to 2010MHz (enhanced), so with the increased cooling capacity, we expect Liquid Devil's overclocking results to jump higher.

There is no news of a release date, but we should not wait too long.

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