PowerColor DEVIL13 HD 7990 6GB Pro Reviews
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PowerColor DEVIL13 HD 7990 6GB Reviews5
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|HardwareHeaven||9/10||Aug 30 '12|
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|PureOverclock.com||4.5/5||Oct 15 '12|
|techPowerUp!||8.5/10||Aug 30 '12|
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"Regardless of its minor issues, the Devil 13 is a tour de force for PowerColor. PowerColor pushed ahead and released a card some thought would never come to fruition and they did so without asking gamers to sacrifice too much…other than a thousand bucks. For the technology behind its facade, tenacious persistence, a high end design that seems to partially justify its premium and great all-round gaming performance, the Devil 13 deserves some serious street cred despite an astronomical price. We just hope other manufacturers will choose PowerColor's path to take a few risks since this market needs some excitement every now and then."
"Without doubt a great card for those who want to game without performance compromises, including at 5760x1080. The PowerColor Devil 13 7990 is an impressive card in appearance, build quality and results."
"As a single PCIe slot video card the PowerColor HD 7990 Devil 13 delivers excellent results both in terms of cooling and gaming performance, especially when you move to an Eyefinity setup. It has looks that kill, a good design, and the ability to run it all with a single card."
"Insane performance that comes with a similar price tag for those who want, and can afford, the best."
"PowerColor is asking $999 for their card, which is the same as NVIDIA's GTX 690. At that price point I find it hard to recommend the PowerColor card over NVIDIA's offering, which provides the better overall experience, less power, noise, heat, better max OC performance, in a dual slot form factor and better drivers. On the other hand, PowerColor's card will let you tweak voltages and overclock as much as you want, unlike NVIDIA's latest generation. This will make the Devil 13 very interesting for hardcore overclockers on their quest to break records."