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.
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
AMD Radeon Pro VII
16 GB ECC HBM2
Memory Bus Width
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.
AMD just launched Radeon Pro Software for Enterprise 20.Q2! Here is their official tech briefing, and details of what’s new and improved!
Radeon Pro Software for Enterprise 20.Q2 : What’s New?
On 13 May 2020, AMD announced their second enterprise driver release of the year – Radeon Pro Software for Enterprise 20.Q2.
Here are the highlights of what’s new and improved in AMD Radeon Pro Software for Enterprise 20.Q2!
AMD continues to work closely with leading ISV application developers to improve performance.
Radeon Pro Software for Enterprise 20.Q2 is now up to 14% faster in the geomean of the SPECviewperf 13 benchmark viewsets, compared to last year’s 19.Q2 driver.
Intelligent Power Management
When upgraded to AMD Radeon Pro Software for Enterprise 20.Q2, the AMD Radeon Pro W5700 graphics card will use up to 21% less system power when running Photoshop than the NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000 graphics card using NVIDIA Quadro Optimal Driver for Enterprise (ODE) R440 U7 (442.74) driver.
Better Multitasking Performance
When using SOLIDWORKS and CPU rendering with KeyShot 8 in the background, AMD Radeon Pro W5700 using Radeon Pro Software for Enterprise 20.Q2 will deliver up to 2.4x better average performance compared to the NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000 graphics card using NVIDIA Quadro Optimal Driver for Enterprise (ODE) R440 U7 (442.74) driver.
Radeon Pro Software for Enterprise 20.Q2 : Where To Download
AMD recently launched the Radeon Pro W5700, the world’s first 7nm professional workstation graphics card.
Here is EVERYTHING you need to know about the AMD Radeon Pro W5700, and their new strategy of naming their professional graphics cards in line with their consumer graphics card!
AMD Radeon Pro W5700 : Official Tech Briefing
In this video, Scott Jackson (Director of AMD Workstation GPU) and Glenn Matthews (Senior Manager of Workstation Graphics Product Management) explains the key advantages of the new AMD Radeon W5700 graphics card.
AMD Radeon Pro W5700
Designed for engineers, architects and 3D designers, the Radeon Pro W5700 promises greatly improved performance and efficiency over its predecessors.
This is mostly thanks to its new RNDA architecture, which delivers 25% more instructions per clock (IPC) than the last-generation Graphics Core Next (GCN) architecture.
This allows the Radeon Pro W5700 deliver up to 41% better performance per watt than the Radeon Pro WX 8200, which is based on the older GCN architecture.
The AMD Radeon Pro W5700 is basically the workstation variant of the AMD Radeon RX 5700 graphics card, with some major differences :
Stress-tested for 24/7 environments
AMD Radeon Pro Software for Enterprise drivers
Extensive platform and application testing
AMD Remote Workstation capability
AMD Radeon Pro W5700 Specifications
Here we compare the Radeon Pro W5700 against its gaming equivalent – the Radeon RX 5700 :
Radeon Pro W5700
Radeon RX 5700
Min Texture Fill Rate
Max Texture Fill Rate
Min Pixel Fill Rate
Max Pixel Fill Rate
8 GB GDDR6 (256-bit)
1750 MHz (14 Gbps)
PCIe 4.0 x16
5 x Mini DisplayPort 1.4
1 x USB-C / Thunderbolt 3
3 x DisplayPort 1.4
1 x HDMI 2.0b
AMD Radeon Pro W5700 vs NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000
AMD is targeting the Radeon Pro W5700 against NVIDIA’s Quadro RTX 4000, offering equivalent performance at a lower price point.
On top of a lower price point, AMD claims that the Radeon Pro W5700 will use less power than the Quadro RTX 4000, particularly during solid modelling.
AMD Remote Workstation Capability
A key benefit of the AMD Radeon Pro W5700 is Radeon Pro Software, with its built-in AMD Remote Workstation capability.
AMD Remote Workstation lets you use Citrix Virtual Apps & Desktops or Microsoft Remote Desktop Services to remotely access the workstation with an AMD Radeon Pro graphics card, and leverage its performance from anywhere in the world.
AMD Radeon Pro W5700 Price + Availability
The AMD Radeon Pro W5700 is available with immediate effect with a recommended retail price of US$799 / ~£622 / ~A$1,179 / ~S$1,092 / ~RM 3,342
The new AMD Radeon Pro Software Enterprise Edition 18.Q2 driver is here! It is a mouthful, to be sure! Find out what’s new in the Radeon Pro Software Enterprise Edition 18.Q2 driver, and how it delivers enterprise-grade quality and reliability, and better performance, for professional applications!
Updated @ 2018-05-13 :Added more details and links.
Originally posted @ 2018-05-11
AMD Radeon Pro Software Enterprise Edition 18.Q2
AMD Radeon Pro Software is a professional-grade driver that lets you maximise the performance and capabilities of AMD Radeon Pro graphics solutions. The Enterprise Edition is a special version of the Radeon Pro Software that emphasises enterprise-grade quality and reliability.
The new Radeon Pro Software Enterprise Edition 18.Q2 is now certified for over 100 workstation applications, including leading professional applications like Autodesk AutoCAD, Dassault Systèmes CATIA, Siemens NX, Adobe Premiere Pro, Avid Media Composer, and Autodesk Maya.
In this technical report, we split the topic into easily-digested portions :
AMD releases the Radeon Pro Software Enterprise Edition in quarterly updates. Here are what’s new in the Enterprise Edition 18.Q2 driver :
Support for Windows 10 April 2018 Update
Microsoft released the Windows 10 April 2018 Update at the end of April with a slew of new and improved features. Radeon Pro Software Enterprise Edition 18.Q2 adds enterprise-level support for Windows 10 April 2018, so you don’t have to worry about post-upgrade reliability issues.
Display Issues Fixed In Enterprise Edition 18Q2
Radeon Pro Overlay will now appear when you run two monitors in clone mode.
Fixed display issues for full-screen 3×2 AMD Eyefinity Pro display configurations.
VDI-Specific Known Issues With Enterprise Edition 18Q2
VM may disconnect after upgrading to this driver, and will be unable to connect until it is rebooted.
The energy subtest of SPECviewperf 12.1.1 may not complete in an MxGPU environment.
Feature Support Information
Driver Options is available on Microsoft Windows 10. Always update to the latest gaming drivers to mitigate driver switching issues. This is not available with multi-GPU configurations nor with Radeon Pro Duo (Polaris). This is not available for mobile platforms.
Multi-GPU Eyefinity Pro on Microsoft Windows 10 is not currently supported on any hardware for Radeon Pro Software Enterprise Edition 18.Q2.
ISV Certification Notes
Due to Maya-MtoA software issue Trac #3142, some Viewport Draw modes for stand-ins draw an infinite line. Workaround is to toggle the Viewport Draw Mode of the stand-in in the Attribute Editor.
Autodesk Maya 2017/2018 may show gray patch in playback in certain models due Maya issue Maya 41945. Workaround is to click on a different frame on timeline or to click on first frame.
Apple Boot Camp
The AMD Radeon Pro Software Enterprise Edition 18Q2 is not intended for use on Radeon GPUs running in Apple Boot Camp.
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Key Features Of Enterprise Edition 18.Q2 Part 1
To deliver enterprise-grade quality and reliability, every Radeon Pro Software Enterprise Edition driver undergoes a stringent stability testing process. This process consists of “waves” of testing by both AMD and their OEM partners. Such extensive pre-launch testing helps to minimize post-launch issues.
Thanks to OEM and ISV partner tests and a final wave of beta user tests, there were zero reported issues with the Enterprise Edition driver in 2017 for over 99.99% of AMD Radeon Pro users. These tests are not limited to only a few professional software vendors.
The Radeon Pro Software Enterprise Edition drivers are certified on over 80 of the leading professional applications. The last 18.Q1 Enterprise Edition driver even scored a 100% pass rate for all the certifications AMD submitted it to.
Data security is an oft-neglected aspect in the pursuit of better performance. That has led to major security flaws like Meltdown and Spectre. Look at the thousands of CPU models that were affected by just those two flaws.
Working with the AMD Secure Processor, Radeon Pro Software Enterprise Edition 18Q2 delivers advanced security features to help thwart malicious attacks, giving enterprises added protection for their valuable intellectual property.
The Radeon Pro Software Enterprise Edition also provides secure virtualization capabilities through the AMD MxGPU Technology. Because it is hardware virtualization technology, it offers users a dedicated and isolated share of the graphics memory for increased security.
AMD offers a predictable quarterly release schedule, that targets the 2nd Wednesday of the 2nd month of each quarter. This makes it easier for IT managers to plan for their next driver update, with the next Enterprise Edition release scheduled for August 8th, 2018.
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Key Features Of Enterprise Edition 18.Q2 Part 2
Alexander Blake-Davies, Software Product Marketing Specialist for Professional Graphics at AMD’s Radeon Technology Group, shared these performance findings with us.
The continuous performance optimizations in every Radeon Pro Software driver update, thanks in part to the close technology partnerships we have with ISV application developers, means you can get new GPU-like performance improvements over the lifetime of your graphics investment, as shown in the chart below.
For the Radeon Pro Software Enterprise Edition 18.Q2 driver we are delivering significant performance improvements in Dassault Systèmes CATIA. The 18Q2 driver is up to 38% faster when running AMD’s internal benchmark of complex customer models and up to two times faster with the AMD internal assembly model benchmark.
For design and manufacturing applications, the 18.Q2 Enterprise Edition driver when compared to the Radeon Pro Software Enterprise Driver 17Q2 is up to an estimated 47% faster in Siemens NX when tested with SPECviewperf 12.1 snx-02, up to an estimated 14% faster in PTC Creo when tested with SPECapc for PTC Creo 3.0, and up to an estimated 12% faster in SOLIDWORKS when tested with SPECapc for SOLIDWORKS 2015.
For media and entertainment applications, the 18.Q2 Enterprise Edition driver when compared to the Radeon Pro Software Enterprise Driver 17Q2 is up to an estimated 44% faster in Autodesk 3ds Max when tested with SPECapc for Autodesk 3ds Max 2015 and up to an estimated 22% faster in Autodesk Maya when tested with SPECapc for Autodesk Maya 2017.
New Radeon ProRender Plug-Ins
While not technically part of the Radeon Pro Software Enterprise Edition 18.Q2 driver, AMD also introduced updated versions of the Radeon ProRender plug-ins for 3ds Max, Maya and Blender. Following the release of new macOS versions in April, AMD has just released :
updated Windows and Linux versions of the Radeon ProRender plug-in for Blender,
an updated Windows version of the Radeon ProRender plug-in for Maya, as well as,
an updated Radeon ProRender plug-in for 3ds Max.
These plug-ins introduce several new features and enhancements including updates to the Uber and Light Shaders, support for volumetrics and interactive denoising – accelerating artists’ workflows and ultimately making their lives easier.
AMD just unveiled their next major professional software update for developers, Radeon Pro Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.10 for Radeon Pro WX 9100 and Radeon Vega Frontier Edition graphics cards, in addition to an array of new features and improved performance for Radeon ProRender, AMD’s powerful physically-based rendering engine.
The Radeon Pro Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.10
The Radeon Pro Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.10 builds upon the massive feature set previewed this past summer, providing professionals with new industry-leading stability, performance and feature improvements, including:
Optimization of game development workflows. The new, optional “Driver Options” in Radeon Pro Software 17.10 lets developers swap between “Radeon Pro Software” and the latest “Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition for Radeon Pro” driver with Radeon WX 9100 and Vega Frontier Edition cards.
Strengthened security against malware. Radeon WX 9100 and Vega Frontier Edition cards have a dedicated AMD Secure Processor built into the silicon, which works in tandem with Radeon Pro Software and Microsoft Device Guard to thwart malicious attacks, while securing graphics bound IP at the same time.
Radeon Pro ReLive, refined. Updates include higher maximum recording bitrate (up to 100 Mbps), camera transparency, improved notifications and enhanced audio controls.
Improved Radeon ProRender
AMD is also introducing enhancements to Radeon ProRender, providing more responsive interactive rendering and enabling artists to get their work done sooner. The updated Radeon ProRender plug-in for Blender, provides up to 29 percent faster rendering than the previous version, the 3ds Max plug-in up to 35 percent, the Maya plug-in up to 28 percent, and the SOLIDWORKS add-in up to 14 percent.
New features include:
Shadow Catchermaterial, which allows developers to collect shadows and reflections from rendered objects for compositing objects to IBL (Image-Based Lighting) environments or backplate images.
IES lighting and the ability to load the IES file-format, letting content creators use the exact scattering and fall-offs of real-world lighting
Simplified sampling for ProRender makes sampling easier for all plug-ins and add-ins. Developers no longer need to set AA sampling, as now all rendering samples are used for anti-aliasing.
Radeon ProRender now also offers open-source availability for developers. In addition, ProRender is integrated into the new MAXON Cinema 4D Release 19 (R19), with planned integration for Foundry’s Modo in 2018.
SUNNYVALE, Calif. — June 05, 2017 — Today AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) unveiled the high-performance, power-efficient Radeon Pro 500 series graphics, fueling beyond-UHD creativity in All-In-One computing.
The AMD Radeon Pro 500 Series for iMac Revealed!
Available in the updated 21.5- and 27-inch iMac, Radeon Pro 500 series graphics enable extraordinary computing experiences, including stunning gaming, immersive VR on select models*, and fluid content creation with exceptional performance and support for GPU acceleration across a range of creative applications on the Mac platform, such as Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Photoshop and the Foundry Nuke, Mari and Moo.
Moreover, Radeon Pro 500 series provides accelerated performance for the Radeon ProRender photorealistic ray-tracing rendering technology which is enabled for Autodesk Maya, and Maxon’s Cinema 4D.
Radeon Pro 500 series graphics harness up to 5.5 TFLOPS of performance, unleashing the creativity of artists, designers, photographers, filmmakers, visualizers and engineers, and aspiring creative types across high-resolution canvases in the most popular creative applications, powering through the most demanding games, and bringing fantastic worlds to life in VR.
The Radeon Pro 500 series makes use of the critically-acclaimed “Polaris” GPU architecture, delivering the perfect balance of performance and operating efficiency that makes them ideal for All-In-Ones.
“It is incredibly satisfying to see the capabilities of Radeon Pro 500 series in elegant form factors and enabling amazing content creation, gaming and VR experiences,” said Raja Koduri, senior vice president and chief architect, Radeon Technologies Group, AMD. “Radeon Pro 500 Series graphics are enabling new generations of makers with compute-accelerated creative tools and new APIs, bringing their imaginations to life in ways like never before.”
*Available on the Radeon Pro 580.
The AMD Radeon Pro 500 Series Graphics Cards
Here are the AMD Radeon Pro 500 Series graphics cards, and their key specifications :
Sunnyvale, California – 27 October 2016 — Today AMD unveiled a new family of power-efficient graphics processors, Radeon Pro 400 Series Graphics. Available first in the all-new 15-inch MacBook Pro, select Radeon Pro 400 Series graphics deliver extraordinary performance and efficiency gains over the prior generation to fuel modern creative efforts from anywhere inspiration strikes.
Radeon Pro 400 Series Graphic
Radeon Pro 400 Series Graphics are designed specifically for today’s makers – the artists, designers, photographers, filmmakers, visualizers and engineers that shape the modern content creation era. Harnessing AMD’s acclaimed Polaris architecture, Radeon Pro 400 Series Graphics are built on the industry’s most advanced process technology for graphics processors in production today, 14nm FinFET, resulting in incredibly small transistors.
To enable the thinnest graphics processor possible, AMD also employs a complex process known as ‘die thinning’ to reduce the thickness of each wafer of silicon used in the processor from 780 microns to just 380 microns, or slightly less than the thickness of four pieces of paper. Operating in a power envelope under 35W, the Radeon Pro 450, 455, and 460 Series graphics processors deliver spectacular energy efficiency and cool, quiet operation to speed through the most demanding tasks in popular creative applications.
“We couldn’t be more proud to have Radeon Pro 400 Series Graphics launching in the new 15-inch MacBook Pro, a notebook designed for performance and creativity,” said Raja Koduri, senior vice president and chief architect, Radeon Technologies Group, AMD. “Today there are millions of professional creators and designers, and a billion more who aspire to reach the next level. Radeon Pro 400 Series Graphics are a powerful and versatile creative technology that gives makers entirely new ways to create the art of the impossible no matter where they are.”
To celebrate the people behind the products, and the passion shared by makers of all sorts, AMD is launching a new program called “Meet the Creators,” bringing creators together and inviting them to share their work. Creators will have the opportunity to collaborate across a variety of fields, learn about new tools and techniques for their respective crafts, and have a chance to be featured in Radeon Pro promotional campaigns.
The “Meet the Creators” program will also explore how Radeon Pro graphics play a role in the creative process, from harnessing extraordinary graphics performance in today’s popular 2D and 3D creative applications, to using modern low-overhead graphics and compute APIs to accelerate rendering in today’s workflows.
A part of that workflow is Radeon ProRender, AMD’s physically-based rendering engine planned for open source later this year, and supported via plugins across many popular 3D content creation applications including Autodesk Maya, and a beta plugin for Rhino. Bolstering the list of supported applications, AMD and Maxon announced today that Radeon ProRender software will be available in a future release of
Maxon’s powerful and intuitive Cinema 4D application for 3D modeling, animation and rendering, providing GPU-accelerated performance on Mac by leveraging Radeon Pro graphics and Apple’s Metal API.
On September 9, 2015, AMD spliced off their Radeon graphics team into a separate Radeon Technologies Group. They also promoted Raja Koduri to Senior Vice President and Chief Architect of the new Radeon Technologies Group, reporting directly to AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su.
It has now been a year since Raja Koduri took the helm of the newly-formed Radeon Technologies Group. Chris Hook, Senior Director of Global Marketing and Public Relations, Radeon Technologies Group, gave us a run-down of what the Radeon Technologies Group accomplished in just 12 months.
Then Raja Koduri, Senior Vice President and Chief Architect, Radeon Technologies Group, gave us a 40 minute Q&A session – a rare opportunity as you can imagine. Check out the full Q&A session below!
Now, join us for a quick tour of their achievements in the first year! If you would like to peruse the slides from the presentation, you can check them out here.
AMD has revealed new, industry changing graphics technologies and partnerships that will shape the CG community and to the rest of the world for years to come at its “Capsaicin Siggraph” press conference and webcast, including new professional-class Radeon products to power the burgeoning immersive content creation era.
New Radeon Pro WX Series
AMD today unveils powerful new solutions to address modern content creation and engineering: the new Radeon Pro WX Series of professional graphics cards, which harness the award-winning Polaris architecture and is designed to deliver exceptional capabilities for the immersive computing era.
Radeon Pro solutions and the new Radeon Pro WX Series of professional graphics cards represent a fundamentally different approach for professionals rooted in a commitment to open, non-proprietary software and performant, feature-rich hardware that empowers people to create the “art of the impossible”.
The new Radeon Pro WX series graphics cards (Price Check) deliver on the promise of this new era of creation, are optimized for open source software, and are designed for creative professionals and those pushing the boundaries of science, technology and engineering.
Radeon Pro WX Series professional graphics cards are designed to address specific demands of the modern content creation era:
Radeon Pro WX 7100 GPU (Price Check) is capable of handling demanding design engineering and media and entertainment workflows and is AMD’s most affordable workstation solution for professional VR content creation.
Radeon Pro WX 5100 GPU (Price Check) is the ideal solution for product development, powered by the impending game-engine revolution in design visualization.
Radeon Pro WX 4100 GPU (Price Check) provides great performance in a half-height design, finally bringing mid-range application performance demanded by CAD professionals to small form factor (SFF) workstations
AMD formally launches ProRender and moves to GPUOpen
As part of GPUOpen, Radeon ProRender (formerly previewed as AMD FireRender) enables creators to bring ideas to life through high-performance applications and workflows enhanced by photorealistic rendering.
GPUOpen is an AMD initiative designed to assist developers in creating ground-breaking games, professional graphics applications and GPU computing applications with much greater performance and lifelike experiences, at no cost and using open development tools and software.
Unlike other renderers, Radeon ProRender can simultaneously use and balance the compute capabilities of multiple GPUs and CPUs – on the same system, at the same time – and deliver state-of-the-art GPU acceleration to produce rapid, accurate results.
Radeon ProRender plugins are available today for many popular 3D content creation applications, including Autodesk 3ds Max, SOLIDWORKS by Dassault Systèmes and Rhino, with Autodesk Maya coming soon. Radeon ProRender works across Windows, OS X and Linux, and supports AMD GPUs, CPUs and APUs as well as those of other vendors.
Radeon Solid State Graphics Technology set to transform workstation PC architecture
Starting at a full terabyte of Radeon Solid State Graphics (SSG), this innovative Radeon Pro technology will provide more than an order of magnitude greater memory capacity compared to existing GPU memory implementations, enabling vastly higher performance and ideal for the next wave of demanding use-case scenarios including real-time post-production of 8K video, high-resolution rendering, VR content creation, oil and gas exploration, computational engineering, medical imaging and life sciences.
During the world’s first demonstration of a Radeon Pro SSG solution, 8K raw video timeline scrubbing was accelerated from 17 frames per second to a stunning 90+ frames per second.
Applications for developer kits are now being accepted and full availability is planned for 2017.
Today AMD introduce to the market the Radeon Pro Duo featuring LiquidVR, the world’s first platform for VR content creation and consumption.
The Radeon Pro Duo graphics card is aimed at all aspects of VR content creation; including, entertainment, education, journalism, medicine and cinema. With 16 teraflops of compute performance, the Radeon Pro Duo offers a complete solution for the VR developer by helping to bring tomorrow’s VR content to market in record time.
Virtual Reality demands ever higher compute performance with rock solid consistency. Leveraging our graphics IP across FirePro and Radeon product lines, our new Radeon Pro Duo with the LiquidVR SDK is the world’s fastest platform to enable a world class graphics and VR experience.
With the Radeon Pro Duo (Price Check), it’s AMD’s objective to solve major problems developers face, by reducing latency and accelerating the VR pipeline through close collaboration with the content development community and with AMD LiquidVR technology.
The Radeon Pro Duo (Price Check) is an incredibly advanced and powerful dual-GPU board that delivers the horsepower needed by VR designers, content creators and VR content consumers. We believe products like this will lead to greater immersive experiences.
The AMD Radeon Pro Duo (Price Check) is the initial product of the AMD VR Ready Creator line, and more importantly, it is also the platform of choice for Crytek’s VR First initiative. This program is aimed at nurturing new talent in the field of virtual reality development by powering virtual reality labs in colleges and universities worldwide.
As a graphics card that bridges the needs of both VR content creators and content consumers, it’s extremely fitting hardware to supply to the brightest up-and-coming developers. We believe these developers will surely shape the future of virtual reality and immersive computing.
Radeon Pro Duo Availability & Pricing
The AMD Radeon Pro Duo is available globally on April 26 from select AIBs and system integrators. Its launch SEP is USD$ 1,499 (Price Check).