The PowerColor Devil 13 R9 390 is a unique videocard and features two AMD Radeon R9 390 on a single card. The R9 390 features 16 gigabytes of combined memory, two DVI-ports, HDMI and DisplayPort.
Pro Amazing performance
The Devil 13 uses two Raden R9 390 chips, which allows for a lot of performance on a single graphics card. For example, playing GTA V on a Devil 13 in 4K resolution with maximum graphics settings will result in an average framerate of 52.1 FPS - compared to 57.3 FPS of two seperate R9 390X cards in Crossfire.
Con Uses previous generation GPU's
The Devil 13 R9 390 has been released a while ago and still uses AMD's previous generation R9 390 GPU's. In june 2016, NVIDIA has released their new generation of high-end graphics cards in the GTX 10XX range. AMD is also working on higher-end cards based on their Polaris architecture. Both new generations offer increased performance, significantly lower energy consumption and additional features such as better support for DX12 games.