HIS today announced two new graphics cards to their lineup, and these are colorful ones (no pun intended). The Pink and Blue Army graphics cards the company is announcing today are based on AMD's RX 5700 XT graphics card, powered by Navi, and will be available in both colors in both OC and non-OC versions (these non-OC versions still carry higher clocks than AMD's reference ones, though).
These are essentially adaptations of HIS' IceQ 2X coolers to AMD's latest, with a changed color scheme. The cards are 2.5 slots featuring dual-fan cooling solutions, and feature a full cover backplate that's also been "gaudied" up in the aforementioned colors. The OC versions will carry clocks set at 1730 MHz, 1870 MHz, and 1980 MHz for the Base, Game and Boost modes respectively, which are either higher or in line with AMD's own RX 5700 XT Anniversary graphics cards. The non-OC versions still see bumps relative to AMD's reference design, shipping at 1670 MHz, 1815 MHz, and 1925 MHz for the Base, Game and Boost modes. Outputs are taken care of by 3x DisplayPort and 1x HDMI.