With the launch just two weeks away, AMD Radeon Pro Duo graphic card gets unboxed and pictured for everybody to see. This is AMD’s another dual-GPU based graphic card since its Radeon R9 295X2.
Each of the Pro Duo’s 28nm Fiji XT GPU uses 4096 stream processors clocked at 1 GHz, 16TFLOPs of FP32, 0.9 TFLOPs of FP64 computing performance. AMD will be using 4GB HBM per GPU, each clocked at 500 MHz. The card has a TDP rating of 350w and judging by the pictures, it has a 120mm AIO liquid cooling setup.
AMD claims that this is ‘World’s Fastest Graphic card’. There are four DisplayPort but it is unclear if there are any other video output options. Note that this is a workstation graphic card and AMD assures that the Radeon Pro Duo is ready to make VR content.
What’s also noteworthy is that you’ll notice that the package has a spare Fiji XT GPU core on the pack. Most likely this is a reviewer unit pack where some include a trinket that you won’t see in a retail pack, but it would be cool if such a trinket will be included in retail boxes. Then again, why would AMD bundle something like this unless a batch of it went bad. We’ll never know about that, would we?
The AMD Radeon Pro Duo graphic card will be out on April 26th, most likely with a price tag of $1,499. No news about AMD’s Polaris GPU- yet.