Today, AMD has announced the Radeon Pro VII workstation graphics card, optimised to power demanding broadcast workloads, complex CAE simulations and HPC application development. Let us know if you’d like some supporting images.
Radeon Pro VII
The Radeon Pro VII graphics card delivers exceptional graphics and computational performance, as well as innovative features, to power today’s most demanding broadcast and media projects, complex computer aided engineering (CAE) simulations and the development of high-performance computing (HPC) applications that enable scientific discovery on AMD-powered supercomputers.
The Radeon Pro VII graphics card offers up to 6.5 TFLOPS of double precision performance for demanding engineering and scientific workloads. 16GB of HBM2 with 1TB/s memory bandwidth and full ECC capability powers large and complex models and datasets smoothly with low latency. The GPU also comes equipped with AMD Infinity Fabric Link – a high-bandwidth, low-latency connection that speeds application data throughput by enabling high-speed GPU-to-GPU communications in multi-GPU system configurations – as well as high-bandwidth PCIe 4.0 support.
For more details on specs and features, click here to read more. The AMD Radeon Pro VII graphics card is expected to be available from major etailers/retailers beginning mid-June 2020 for an SEP of $1899 USD.
AMD Radeon Pro Software for Enterprise 20.Q2
Also announced today, the latest Radeon Pro Software for Enterprise driver offers up to 14 percent year-over-year performance improvements for current-generation AMD Radeon Pro graphics cards. The new software driver is now available for download from AMD.com.
Updated AMD Rendering Software
AMD also released updates for Radeon ProRender, a physically-based rendering engine built on industry-standards enabling accelerated rendering on any GPU, any CPU and any OS. The updates include new plug-ins for SideFX Houdini and Unreal Engine, and updated plug-ins for Autodesk Maya and Blender. For developers, an updated Radeon ProRender SDK is now available on the redesigned GPUOopen.com site.