As of right now there is no information regarding the performance of the liquid cooled GPU but this is an AMD Vega 64 GPU, so you can expect to see similar if not better performance. The box shots show that samples won't have the Vega 64 logo, but just rather a standard Radeon RX Vega one, and won't include the previously seen Holocube. The frequencies, which are visible in the different 3DMark results are peak clocks and the card might be overclocked.
Luckily for us, we've got our hands on both the Radeon RX Vega 56 and the air-cooled version of the Radeon RX Vega 64.
With prices starting at $399 for the Radeon RX Vega 56, $499 for Radeon Vega RX 64 Air Cooled and topping out at $699 for the Radeon RX Vega 64 Liquid Cooled, AMD is playing squarely in territory now occupied by NVIDIA's higher-end GeForce GTX 10 graphics cards. In all these three benchmarks the upcoming Vega 64 is able to outperform the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 but it's still pretty far away from the flagship GTX 1080 Ti.
We have seen listings of AMD Vega GPUs and it seems that the GPUs will be sold for as much as $100 higher than the MSRP.
In fact, the cards look almost identical (the Vega 64 is on the left in the image above, while the Vega 56 is on the right), with the only external giveaway being a difference in PCB color between them.