PowerColor joins ASUS, which was the first to introduce the TUF Gaming line of Radeon RX 7900 XT and RX 7900 XTX GPUs with a bespoke design.

The triple-fan cooling system for the PowerColor RX 7900 XT and XTX will likewise look to be thicker than 3 slots. The renowned Red Devil series from PowerColor, which stands for the top tier of the company’s portfolio, has undergone a new revision.

The corporation appears to have identified Devil 13 as the series’ author in the message it shared on social media. Devi 13 cards were once the company’s flagship SKUs, most recently with the Radeon R9 300 series.

Although PowerColor has not confirmed whether the card in the above image is the RX 7900 XT or XTX version, it is quite probable that both SKUs will have a similar, if not identical cooling architecture. A few weeks ago, the business announced the new Devil GPU, although it’s unclear from the image if it was a backplate for this model or a shroud for the liquid-cooled version.

Hellhound series development is also being done by the corporation, as was announced earlier this week. The release date for AMD Radeon 7900 series is December 13th, when both GPUs are expected to be on sale.