A Closer Look at the Red Devil RX 570
A Closer Look at the PowerColor Red Devil RX 570
The back of the box gives the power and system requirements which include the need for a minimum 450W power supply unit (PSU). AMD’s technology features are highlighted and the box also emphasizes the dual-blade fan technology which goes completely silent when the GPU temperatures drop below 60C. Overclocking is featured with a dual-BIOS – one for maximum overclocks, and the other for a quieter operation.
Opening the box, we see a quick installation guide, a driver CD and an invitation to join PowerColor’s Devil’s Club.
Unlike the RX 470, the PowerColor Red Devil RX 570’s sturdy backplate no longer features a hexagram inside a circle, the Seal of Solomon, although the box still does.Here is a look at the Red Devil RX 570 from the edge showing its massive heatsink and 8-pin PCIe power connector. This time, the words, Red Devil are right side up when installed in a PC, unlike with the Red Devil RX 470.
The Red Devil’s RX 570 connectors include 3 DisplayPorts and 1 HDMI connection and a Dual-Link DVI connector.Here is a look at the Red Devil RX 570 from the other edge and we can see that the heatsink is very large.