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Seems to be everywhere, AMD just announced a new Radeon Pro VII graphics card. Interestingly, this was the day before Nvidia announced the GTC Ampere. coincide? maybe not.
This graphics card is mainly for professionals, especially those who are engaged in CAD (computer-aided design) or CAE (computer-aided engineering) work and those who need high-performance computing. Since it's a workstation graphics card, most of us might not use it in the end.
This card is a follow-up product to the previous Radeon VII from AMD. Radeon VII is also based on AMD's 7nm Vega 20 GPU.
AMD said that this graphics card will be equipped with 60 CU and 3,840 stream processors. Its maximum single precision (FP32) reaches 13.1 TFlops and its maximum double precision (FP64) reaches 6.5 TFlops.
contains 16GB HBM2 video memory, 1TB / s video memory bandwidth, and is PCIe 4.0 compliant.
AMD even brought back its Infinity Fabric Link, which allows users to connect two Pro VII CPUs to increase bandwidth and benefit from low latency and memory sharing. The
Pro VII also has 6 MiniDisplayPorts (1.4), allowing you to connect up to 6 high-definition displays. If you have an 8K display by your side, you only need to connect one 8K display.
According to AMD, Pro VII can provide up to 26-star 8K image processing performance than Nvidia's Quadro RTX 5000. This was tested using Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve software.
AMD stated that this new graphics card is "a new standard for crushing 8K streaming content and complex CAE simulation workloads without compressing budgets." Although
is certainly not cheap, its price is competitive for workstation GPUs. The current price is US$1,899 and is expected to go on sale in June.
Although this seems a bit overshadowed by Nvidia, Nvidia still has enough capabilities. A few days after announcing the launch of "the world's largest graphics card", NVIDIA CEO Huang Renxun is expected to launch the Ampere architecture today.
We are interested in knowing exactly what Nvidia's plan is, and finally getting more detailed information about Ampere. When we hear about the latest updates from AMD and Nvidia, stay tuned here.