Following ASRock and Sapphire, PowerColor now also outs their Radeon VII in a reference design. Word is that PowerColor will however release some custom models in the Devil series at one point.
The card shown is a reference product as well. It won't be much longer before we'll see the first product available for VEGA20, aka the Radeon VII. While it is still a little unknown if there will be custom AIB products we do know that the AIB will do an AIC, e.g. they will sell the reference products. Looking at the box we see the confirmed thing like a 7nm process, 16 GB HBM2 memory with a bandwidth of 1 TB per second and that Freesync 2 HDR support.
The manufacturer is listing card at a 1400 MHz engine clock with a Boost towards 1750 MHz. The card will be fitted with 1x HDMI 2.0b and 3x DisplayPort 1.4. The Vega II or Vega VII logo has now also been confirmed. The new graphics card should be on the shelves by February 7 and is priced at 699 USD.