AMD recently announced the world’s first dual-GPU graphics card: Radeon Pro Duo. It is built on the Polaris-architecture and the capabilities of the Radeon Pro WX 7100 to deliver great performance and superior flexibility for creative professionals. The Radeon Pro Duo delivers up to 2 times faster performance compared with the Radeon Pro WX 7100 […]
As AMD is rolling out its latest video cards for gamers with the Radeon 570 and 580, the company is now also aiming a new GPU directly at professionals who work in graphically intensive fields. The company revealed its new Polaris-powered Radeon Pro Duo, which it is aiming squarely at people who need far more power […]
AMD's new Radeon Pro Duo isn't as fast as the Radeon Pro Duo it launched last year -- but it does offer 4x the RAM, a significantly reduced price, and much lower power consumption. The post AMD’s New Radeon Pro Duo is Slower, Cheaper Than Its Predecessor appeared first on ExtremeTech.
AMD impressed with its the release of its dual-GPU Radeon Pro Duo based on its Fiji architecture around a year ago, and now it's back with an updated card and updated architecture....
Card combines two Polaris GPUs for $999, launches in May.
Back in 2016 AMD launched the Radeon Pro Duo, an interesting take on a semi-pro workstation card. As a dual-GPU Fiji card wasn’t going to be viable for the consumer market, AMD instead focused their attention on developing such a card...Show More Summary
AMD announced the Radeon Pro Duo graphics card targeting the professional consumer market. This new GPU is based on the fourth-generation Graphics Core Next (GCN) architecture and can perform graphic and arithmetic instructions in parallel.
AMD recently launched the Radeon Pro Duo, which features two of AMD’s Fiji GPUs. The company chose to primarily market the Radeon Pro Duo to VR game developers, but that hasn’t stopped EK Water Blocks from building a better cooler for it.
(Source: Anshel Sag) Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has been teasing the Radeon Pro Duo since June 2015 when they showed off early prototypes of the card. (I was among the first to see and post pictures of it.) AMD said the card would be available sometime in the fall and then [...]
In March of this year, AMD revealed the Radeon Pro Duo, a dual Fiji GPU graphics card that can provide up to 16 teraflops of compute performance. The company had said that the card would be released in Q2 2016. AMD released the card today.
These recent years we have seen a slow but steady buildup of VR from both technological developments to growing enthusiasm shown by consumers and the industry. Today AMD is releasing the Radeon Pro Duo to the market as their first card targeted at VR developers. Show More Summary
AMD's Radeon Pro Duo is launching today as a high-end VR development product.
AMD just launched the Radeon Pro Duo, allegedly the fastest graphics card in the world. More importantly, it has a dual personality that hopes to appeal to both content creators and content consumers.
AMD updated its Radeon Software Crimson Edition to version 16.3.2, which features several bug fixes, support for the company's latest GPU and Oculus Rift SDK support.
If you're in the market for VR components for your gaming rig, you might be interested in AMD's new Radeon Pro Duo. If it sounds like some kind of dual-engine space heater that's because it's a dual-chip GPU, housing twice the power of the most powerful AMD card on the market, and it'll cost you a whopping $1500.Click To Continue Reading
AMD today revealed Radeon Pro Duo, the world’s most powerful platform for virtual reality (VR), capable of both creating and consuming VR content. With Radeon Pro Duo, you can enjoy astonishing 16 teraflops of compute performance and it fully supports the latest DirectX 12 experiences at maximum fidelity while off work. AMD continues to solve […]
AMD has just launched the liquid-cooled Radeon Pro Duo, a graphics card that boasts a lot of superlatives. With 16 teraflops of computing power, it's the fastest single-slot graphics graphics card available, according to the company....Show More Summary
AMD wants $1,500 for it and you'll need three PCIe power plugs to use one.
AMD is launching a new dual GPU, aimed at developers who want to integrate maximum VR performance in their titles.