Powercolor Radeon R9-270X Devil

Our Final Thoughts

The Devil is a very interesting card and honestly it pulls off some great performance in relation to competitively priced models presently on the market.

Being a refresh of the HD7870 card figure you can expect quite similar results and honestly having such a high binned card means extra performance but in reality this also will affect the overall overclock headroom you have available as well.

The styling of the card means it will make for an amazing looking addition to any gaming rig or case mod. That same cooler which looks so nice also keeps the card cool and quiet which means no major ramping or noise or even heat from the card during longer gaming sessions.

The card holds a special place in the market as realistically you get optimum performance from it out of the box with no real world need to overclock it and lets not forget that in many scenarios it scored right up there with the much higher cost cards.

Any hamer looking for a great card on a budget would have a great treasure in picking up one or even two of these cards for some awesome gaming performance.

  • Performance above its price class
  • Triple Fan Cooler
  • High quality VRM
  • Plenty of display connectivity
  • High clocked right out of the box
  • Solid Backplate Design
  • Excellent looks
  • Pretty cool mousepad included
  • Overclocking capability can be a bit limited.
Powercolor Radeon R9-270X Devil Powercolor is one of the AMD partners that you see from time to time and they are really known for such designs as the Devil series cards which really shot them into the limelight for the AMD camp about a year or so back now. Well today we have in hand a newer "Devil" based model in the R9-270X Devil. The Devil edition is always known as the extreme performance variant and this is no exception with the telltale triple fan cooler, red/black cladding and full backplate carrying the…

Review Overview

Performance - 9.5
Value - 9.5
Quality - 9.5
Features - 9
Innovation - 8.5


The Powercolor R9-270X Devil is an amazing looking card that performs just as amazing. The value from this cards performance far overshadows any limitation.

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