May 16, 2023 – In the realm of advanced graphics processing, AMD has unleashed its latest offerings to the global market. Radeon PRO W7900 and Radeon PRO W7800, two formidable GPUs, have recently made their debut overseas and are expected to hit the domestic market in the near future.
AMD’s Radeon PRO W7900 sets its sights on demanding workloads, boasting an impressive peak single-precision performance of 61 TFLOPS (FP32). With a striking 1.5 times stronger geometric performance than its predecessors, as demonstrated in the SPECviewperf 2020 benchmark, this graphics card is tailored to handle the most challenging tasks. Notably, it comes equipped with a staggering 48GB of GDDR6 memory, surpassing its predecessor’s 32GB capacity by 1.5 times. On the other hand, the Radeon PRO W7800 caters specifically to intensive workloads, offering a peak single-precision performance of 45 TFLOPS (FP32) and 32GB of GDDR6 memory.
What sets these GPUs apart is their innovative architecture, featuring AMD’s pioneering Chiplet design for workstation graphics. This groundbreaking series introduces the first-ever AMD Radiance Display Engine supporting DisplayPort 2.1, delivering exceptional visual experiences, higher resolutions, and a broader range of available colors.
The Radeon PRO W7000 series heralds a new era in graphics processing, showcasing the remarkable capabilities of AMD’s advanced small-chip architecture. Unleashing real multitasking prowess and unrivaled energy efficiency, these cutting-edge graphics cards are designed to revolutionize professional workstations. Whether you require outstanding visual fidelity, increased resolution, or a wider color spectrum, the Radeon PRO W7000 series is primed to exceed expectations.
As for pricing, the Radeon PRO W7900 carries a price tag of $3,999 (approximately ¥27,513), while the Radeon PRO W7800 is available for $2,499 (approximately ¥17,193). These GPUs embody AMD’s commitment to providing high-performance solutions that cater to the demanding needs of professionals across various industries.