AMD Radeon Pro Duo Official Specs Leaked Ahead of Tomorrow Launch
AMD Radeon Pro Duo is set to launch tomorrow (Tuesday), but press slides are already out revealing the official specifications of the flagship graphics card.
Built on the 28nm process node, the Radeon Pro Duo packs dual-Fiji XT cores, each featuring 4096 stream processors for a total of 8192 shaders, coupled with 512 texture mapping units (TMUs) and 128 raster operation units (ROPs). The core clock is maintained at 1GHz, while the 4GB of HBM1 per GPU is clocked at 500MHz, for a total of 1024GB/sec of memory bandwidth.
Further, the dual-GPU comes with an insane 16.4 TFLOPs of compute performance, which is more than twice the 7 TFLOPs of Nvidia’s GTX Titan X, and even 4.4 TFLOPs more than the recently revealed Pascal based Tesla P100 GPU. Further, the card has a 350W TDP and requires three 8-Pin PCI-Express power pins to boot it up.
Touted as the “world’s fastest graphics card,” especially at 4K, the slides compare the Radeon Pro Duo against AMD’s own Radeon R9 295X2 and the GeForce GTX Titan X in a bunch of games. The Pro Duo beats its competition in every title, with 80FPS+ in Battlefield 4, and 60FPS in Far Cry Primal.
The US$1500 Dual chip behemoth is particularly aimed at the enthusiasts who want 4K 60FPS constant, and VR content creators. Are you interested in buying AMD Radeon Pro Duo once it launches? Let us know in the comments section below.
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