AMD Radeon Pro W7900 & W7800 release date set for Q2
AMD has unveiled the W7000 series Pro GPUs, offering unique features and, of course, an improved ability to tackle heavy workloads
AMD has finally unveiled its AMD Radeon PRO W7000 Series graphics cards, their most powerful workstation models to date. The series will include the AMD Radeon PRO W7900 and AMD Radeon PRO W7800 SKUs, both of which are built on AMDs RDNA 3 architecture. These are expected to deliver significantly higher performance compared to the previous gen cards and hopefully offer decent price to performance.
The W7000 Series are the first professional workstation GPUs to feature the new AMD Radiance Display Engine, which features DisplayPort 2.1.
AMD Radeon Pro W7900 & W7800 release date prediction
AMD stated they plan to release the Pro W7000 series in Q2. No concrete date but we predict the release around the 15th of June, although with Computex around the corner maybe they could be available to buy sooner.
AMD Radeon Pro W7900 & W7800 specs
- AMD RDNA 3 Architecture
- Advanced Chiplet Design
- Dedicated AI Acceleration and Second-Generation Raytracing
- Up To 48 GDDR6 Memory
- AMD Radiance Display Engine with DisplayPort 2.1
- AV1 Encode/Decode
(Peak Single Precision)
|Memory Bandwidth||Memory Interface||Display Outputs|
(up to 80 Gbit/s
max total bandwidth)
|AMD Radeon PRO W7900||Extreme||96||61 (FP32)||48GB||up to 864 GB/s||384-bit|
3X DisplayPort 2.1
1 mini-DisplayPort 2.1
|AMD Radeon PRO W7800||Heavy||70||45 (FP32)||32GB||up to 576 GB/s||256-bit||3X DisplayPort 2.1|
1 Mini-DisplayPort 2.1
The AMD Radeon PRO W7900 graphics card is tailored for extreme workloads, offering an impressive peak single precision performance of 61 TFLOPS (FP32) and boasts 48GB GDDR6 memory, a significant increase from the 32GB available on the previous-gen models. The AMD Radeon PRO W7800 SKU features 45 TFLOPS (FP32) and comes equipped with 32GB of GDDR6 memory.
AMD Radeon Pro W7900 & W7800 price
Both cards come with the expected high price tag, with the flagship W7900 featuring a SEP of $3,999. The Radeon Pro W7800 will come in at $2,499, with the cards expected to be available to buy from retailers this quarter and in OEM/ SI systems in the second half of the year.
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