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PowerColor
Hellhound RX 6700 XT
eTeknix.com
PowerColor’s new HellHound GPU is a great mid-range card and should look to go head to head with the likes of Gigabytes Gaming OC range. If pricing is similar, this will put PowerColor in a great position. When it came down to performance, all our 6700 XT’s were very close in FPS in most all titles so it really comes down to which model is the model for you.
PowerColor
Red Devil RX 6700 XT
Vortez
Under the guise of PowerColor’s Red Devil the 6700 XT is in very good hands. The two attributes which are fundamental to a GPU cooler are both stellar – low temperature and low-noise. The design of the card is also a triumph with a nicely designed shroud and impressive, distinct RGB lighting which is unlike no other.
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Red Devil RX 6700 XT
techPowerUp!
PowerColor has been bringing excellent coolers to the Red Devil series, and the RX 6700 XT Red Devil is no exception. We measured much better temperatures and noise levels than on AMD's reference card: 69°C under load, with 28 dBA fan noise. Especially the noise levels are a huge improvement over the AMD card; the Red Devil is whisper-quiet with even the most demanding games.
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Hellhound RX 6700 XT
Guru3D.com
the card simply is 100% silent. Hey, it happens. That low acoustic level combined with the low operating temperatures does make this an interesting product. You can easily tweak a notch extra perf out of the card, albeit being more restricted. The looks are a bit more simplified; however, it certainly is not a bad-looking product at all. The fans radiate one color, blue, which you can turn off with a small switch
PowerColor
Red Devil RX 6700 XT
Overclocking.com
Germany
This Red Devil, as it was the case for the RX 6900 XT, benefits from an excellent cooling system, very efficient and whose ventilation curve is regulated very much. If silence is a purchase criterion for you, this model will perfectly meet this condition.
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Hellhound RX 6700 XT
ComputerBase
1st place: PowerColor Radeon RX 6700 XT Hellhound
The PowerColor Radeon RX 6700 XT Hellhound is the perfect budget model and it is the only one that is measurably up to 1 percent "slower" than the reference design, but the cooler works almost inaudibly from the factory and yet it is one of the coolest offshoots in comparison. Reason: PowerColor has not increased the power consumption compared to the standard model in order to squeeze 2 percent more power from the graphics card in an extremely inefficient manner. In the end, PowerColor delivers the best combination of power and cooling capacity ex works from the editorial office's point of view.
PowerColor
Red Devil RX 6700 XT
ComputerBase
3rd place: PowerColor Radeon RX 6700 XT Red Devil
Just behind Hellhound and Nitro +, the PowerColor Radeon RX 6700 XT Red Devil follows in third place. It is configured better with the standard BIOS than its Sapphire counterpart, but does not come close to the competitor model with the silent BIOS. However, since the Hellhound itself is measurably not louder than the Red Devil with the silent BIOS and the extra power is only cosmetic, the PowerColor Radeon RX 6700 XT Red Devil scores with a good look and feel that is clearly superior to the other two cards are. On the other hand, the RGB lighting is not as good as with the Nitro +.
PowerColor
Hellhound RX 6700 XT
BIT-Tech
UK
PowerColor's Hellhound is a good example of Radeon RX 6700 XT technology. It's well-built, restrained in terms of the company's usual overt design strategy and card size, and both cool and very quiet under load
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Hellhound RX 6700 XT
Le Comptoir
France
The PowerColor RX 6700 XT Hellhound offers an interesting performance, since it will be fresh and efficient in out-of-box use, or can be boosted in overclocking for power enthusiasts. An interesting choice, supported by strange electronics, but which work correctly, which will satisfy the majority of users, especially since it is one of the cheapest models on the current market.
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Red Devil RX 6900 XT Ultimate
Babeltechreviews.com
US
It is great to see AMD delivering a card that is performance competitive with the RX 3090 in VR as well as in rasterized PC games. Several of the FCAT VR frametime plots indicate the RTX 3090 delivers a smoother VR experience at higher settings. However, the RX 6900 XT distinguishes itself from the RX 6800 XT as a faster card for playing at our demanding VR settings better than it does with pancake games, and the Red Devil is a fine RX 6900 XT indeed.
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