Taipei, Taiwan – March 22th, 2017 - TUL Corporation, a leading and innovative manufacturer of AMD graphic cards since 1997, has introduced the newest PowerColor Red Dragon RX Vega 56 8GB HBM2. This card complements the already successful Red Devil Vega cards offering a more value solution in an environment of rising prices without compromising performance, reliability neither cooling performance.

It is powered by AMD’s newest gaming VEGA architecture offering the blazing performance at the highest resolutions with uncompromised graphic details. PowerColor Red Dragon RX VEGA 56 features a GPU boost clock of 1478Mhz while clocking at 800Mhz on 8Gb 2048Bit of ultra energy efficient HBM2 memory.

POWERCOLOR RED DRAGON RX VEGA 56 8GB HBM2

Graphics Engine: VEGA 56

Stream Processor: 3584 Units

Video Memory: 8GB GDDR5

Engine Clock: Up to 1478MHz

Memory Clock: 800MHz (1.6Gbps)

Memory Interface: 2048bit

BUS Standard: PCIE 3.0

Standard Display Connectors: HDMIx2/DPx2

DirectX Support: 12

Power Connector: 1x8 and 1x6-pin PCIE Power connector

Minimum System Power Requirement: 650W

*Specifications subject to change without notice.

The card features a 3 Fan cooling with a smart heat pipe and fins design to minimize noise while keeping the temperatures low. For ultra silent gaming operation, the card also features a bios switch which has the capability to switch from Overclocking to silent mode in which the card becomes near inaudible even during extreme gaming. Red Dragon Vega 56 will be available worldwide on the 28th of March in selected retailers and e-Tailers.

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