While there are no precise details regarding the actual clocks, which are still being finalized, or the actual price of this custom version, the two pictures that we got reveal some details. Although it will use a short PCB, which did not change much compared to the reference card, it will still have a large triple-fan cooler with Red Devil LED logo at the top.
It also has two DIP switches at the top, one for the LED lighting and the other for the triple-BIOS feature. The PCB also shows that Powercolor has decided to use two DisplayPort and two HDMI outputs.
According to what we have been told, the announcement for the RX Vega 64 Red Devil should come by the end of this month and Powercolor is also working on a custom RX Vega 56 design, which will be announced shortly after.
The triple-fan cooler should do a decent job in cooling down the Vega GPU but we do not expect insanely high factory-overclock but we will wait for the official announcement.