AMD Officially Launches Its $1500 Radeon Pro Duo Graphics Card
AMD has officially launched its Radeon Pro Duo graphics card for $1,500.
According to AMD, the Radeon Pro Duo graphics card is meant for VR content creators and for developers who are looking to divide workload on two GPUs.
AMD Launches Radeon Pro Duo
When it comes to hardware specifications, the Radeon Pro Duo is essentially 2x Radeon R9 Nano on a single PCB. Each of the two 28nm Fiji GPUs features 4,096 stream processors, 64 compute units, 256 texture units, and 64 ROPs – making it the world’s fastest graphics card.
In addition to this, each GPU offers 4GB of HBM running at 500MHz which translates into 1024GB per second memory bandwidth. The graphics card comes with 16 TERAFLOPs of compute performance which is twice than 7 TERAFLOPs of NVIDIA’s GTX Titan X and about 4.4 TERAFLOPs more than the recently revealed Pascal-based Tesla P-100 GPU. Last but not the least, there are three 8-pin connectors, three DisplayPort connectors, and an HDMI port.
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