AMD has unveiled its latest graphics card called the Radeon Pro Duo. The updated Radeon Pro Duo comes with several improvements that makes it better compared to its predecessor, which was released exactly one year ago today.
One distinct improvement done to AMD’s revised Radeon Pro Duo graphics cards is the GPU. The company’s older Radeon Pro Duo came with dual 28nm Fiji XT GPUs; and this time round, AMD has bestowed the graphics card with two Polaris 10 GPUs instead.
When it comes to its specifications, the new Radeon Pro Duo comes with 4608 Stream Processors (2304 Stream Processors each). In addition, the texture mapping unit count of the graphics card is rated at 288, along with 64 render output units. Memory-wise, the graphics card is equipped with 32GB of GDDR5 memory – the older Radeon Pro Duo came with 8GB of HBM1 memory.
Peak compute performance of Radeon’s newest graphics card is rated at 11.45 TFLOPS. Meanwhile, the clock speed of the new Radeon Pro Duo is rated at 1243MHz, as well as a memory clock speed of 1750MHz. It’s important to note that this graphics card isn’t meant for gaming.
The new Radeon Pro Duo is actually targeted at professionals who require graphics cards with high compute performance. Because of this, consumers shouldn’t be too surprised to know that the graphics card costs US$999 (about RM4,363).