It looks like we have our first Radeon R300 Series photo! If you want to believe the photos below are real. The first pictures of the XFX Radeon R9 390 Double Dissipation graphics card have made their way to the web, of course before its launch.
The card features a large cooling solution that is made up of an aluminum heatsink stack and two 100 mm cooling fans. The shroud is all black and his gold accents around the fan openings. On the side of the card there is a R9 390 logo and of course the XFX logo. The card draws power from a combination of 8pin and 6pin PCI-Express power connectors. From what it looks like the card will also have an all black PCB. The card will feature bridge-less XDMA CrossFire, much like what we saw on the R9 290 series.
The R9 390 will be the second-best graphics card in the R9 300 series behind the flagship R9 390X. We do not know official specifications, but we do know it is based on the Bermuda silicon that has 4096 stream processors and a 4096-bit HBM memory interface that gives you an impressive 640 GB/s of memory bandwidth. I guess seeing this card means that AMD could allow partners to come up with custom-designed cards from the start.