PowerColor has unveiled the release date of the "Liquid Devil", which is the AIB's flagship water-cooled graphics card model. The firm took to Twitter saying "The wait is almost over!" although is it really? given how elusive 7nm AMD products and graphics cards, in general, have been.
The Liquid Devil Radeon RX 6000 series GPU will be launching in two days' time on the 11th of March. While PowerColor hasn't disclosed which particular Radeon GPU will receive the Devil's love, speculation is ripe that both the 6800 XT and 6900 XT get the treatment.
As usual, the water block on the new Liquid Devil will be designed by EK and we should expect some great thermal and acoustic performance from the card. Overclocking should also be excellent, as it has generally been the case with most of the Radeon 6000 series GPUs this generation. Hence, reaching the imposed clock limits shouldn't be much of a challenge for most enthusiasts who are willing to push the models.
There is no word on pricing yet but it is kind of irrelevant at this point due to the shortage of GPUs. And even in a perfect world with plenty of graphics cards to purchase, such a premium model should cost well over the $1000 and $650 reference MSRPs of the RX 6900 XT and 6800 XT respectively.