PowerColor Devil 13 HD6970 Graphics Card Review

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PowerColor Devil 13 HD6970 Graphics Card Review

PowerColor Devil 13 HD6970 Review

Almost 12 months ago AMD released their 6900 series which included the 6970. Since then we have seen the product go through a bit of a cycle with the 6950 in plentiful supply but the higher specification card lacking a little. In fact many people had to resort to buying enhanced 6950′s with dual BIOS that were designed to unlock to 6970 spec. Recently however the supply issues have eased a little and several manufacturers have been releasing enhanced 6970 cards, pushing what is possible with the GPU as no replacement range has been forthcoming from AMD.

One manufacturer who is pushing the 6970 to new limits is PowerColor. Famous for their PCS++ range they are no strangers to enhancing Radeons but this new card, the Devil 13 edition, goes further than ever before. Today we will be putting the Devil 13 up against an overclocked GTX 570 in Skyrim, Modern Warfare 3, Battlefield 3, Human Revolution and F1 2011 to find out how they compare.

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