AMD just launched Radeon Pro VII – their latest workstation graphics card for broadcast and engineering professionals!
Here is a quick primer on what you need to know about the AMD Radeon Pro VII, including the official tech briefing!
AMD Radeon Pro VII : What You Need To Know!
The new AMD Radeon Pro VII graphics card is designed for post-production teams to create 8K content, as well as engineers and data scientists working on complex models with large datasets.
Here are the Radeon Pro VII’s key features :
Leading Double Precision Performance
With up to 6.5 TFLOPS (FP64) of double precision performance for demanding engineering and scientific workloads, the Radeon Pro VII graphics card provides 5.6X the performance-per-dollar versus the NVIDIA Quadro RTX on the AMD Internal Benchmark for Altair EDEM “Screw Auger” viewset.
The AMD Radeon Pro VII has 16 GB of HBM2 with 1 TB/s memory bandwidth and full ECC capability, allowing it to handle large and complex models and datasets smoothly with low latency.
AMD Infinity Fabric Link
This high-bandwidth, low-latency connection allows memory sharing between two AMD Radeon Pro VII GPUs, delivering up to 5.25X PCIe 3.0 x16 bandwidth with a communication speed of up to 168 GB/s peer-to-peer between GPUs.
This allows you to increase project workload size and scale, develop more complex designs and run larger simulations to drive scientific discovery.
Users can access their physical workstation from virtually anywhere for unhindered productivity with the remote workstation IP built into AMD Radeon Pro Software for Enterprise driver.
PCIe 4.0 delivers double the bandwidth of PCIe 3.0 to enable smooth performance for 8K, multichannel image interaction.
Frame Lock / Genlock
When paired with the AMD FirePro S400 synchronisation module, this allows for precise synchronised output for display walls, digital signage and other visual displays.
The AMD Radeon Pro VII supports up to 6 synchronised display panels, full HDR and 8K screen resolution (single display) combined with ultra-fast encode and decode support for enhanced multi-stream workflows.
AMD Radeon Pro VII : Specifications
|Specifications||AMD Radeon Pro VII|
|Transistor Count||13.2 Billion|
|Fabrication Process||7 nm|
|Die Size||331 mm²|
|Single Precision||13.1 TFLOPS|
|Double Precision||6.5 TFLOPS|
|Graphics Memory||16 GB ECC HBM2|
|Memory Bus Width||4096-bits|
|Memory Speed||1000 MHz|
|Memory Bandwidth||1024 GB/s|
|Display Ports||6 x Mini-DP 1.4|
AMD Radeon Pro VII : Price + Availability
The AMD Radeon VII has a launch price of US$1,899, and will be available starting mid-June 2020.
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