They are also menacing, at least from the press renders. I'm sure the actual cards will look a little different than the renders, but in the image above, those support columns glow lava red, as if flowing straight out of hell.
Running hot is not the name of the game, of course, and that is why these cards are outfitted with chunky cooling solutions.
These cards sport three cooling fans and a whole lot of finned aluminum. And with a dual-BIOS setup, gamers can choose between overclocked settings with a more aggressive fan profile, or a quieter running card with tamer clocks. That said, PowerColor has not yet revealed what the overclocked frequencies.
It also remains to be seen what kind of overclocking headroom exists beyond the factory settings. The cards employ a 14+2 phase VRM with DrMos and high polymer capacitors, and are fed power by way of a pair of 8-pin PCIe connectors. And for connectivity, these cards feature two DisplayPort connectors, and HDMI output, and a USB-C connector, all of which are LED backlit (PowerColor's normal variants trade the USB-C port for another DisplayPort connector).
Pricing and availability have yet to be announced. Expect to pay a premium, though, because of the custom bits and the fact that these are limited edition models.