AMD launches Radeon Pro 5000 Series graphics card: 7nm process, Apple exclusive.

Apple quietly upgraded its 27-inch iMac all-in-one last night, upgrading Intel’s 10-generation Core desktop processor, up to 128GB of memory, and a full line of SSDs, while replacing the graphics card with the AMD Radeon Pro 5000 series. Today, AMD officially released the Radeon Pro 5000 Series, apparently another line that AMD has customized for Apple, after The Apple MacBook Pro used a custom AMD Radeon Pro 5000M series.

There are four models in the Radeon Pro 5000 series, which correspond to the Radeon RX 5000 series on the PC platform, but there are significant differences in specifications, especially the low core and memory frequency, resulting in full control of the entire card power consumption at 130W, although some models have more on-stream processors and more memory capacity.

Of course, they are all based on the 7nm process, both RDNA architecture, Navi core.

AMD launches Radeon Pro 5000 Series graphics card: 7nm process, Apple exclusive.

Radeon Pro 5700 XT:

40 sets of computing units, 2560 stream processors, core frequency up to 1499MHz, FP32 floating point performance of up to 7.6TFlops, with 256-bit 16GB 12GHz GDDR6 memory, bandwidth 384GB/s.

For comparison, the Radeon RX 5700 XT core frequency is 1605/1905MHz, the memory frequency is 14GHz, the bandwidth is 448GB/s, and the entire card consumes 225W.

Radeon Pro 5700:

36 sets of computing units, 2304 stream processors, core frequency up to 1350MHz, FP32 floating point performance of up to 6.2TFlops, with 256-bit 8GB 12GHz GDDR6 memory, bandwidth 384GB/s.

For comparison, the Radeon RX 5700 core frequency is 1465/1725MHz, the memory frequency is 14GHz, and the entire card consumes 180W.

Radeon Pro 5500 XT:

24 sets of computing units, 1536 stream processors, core frequency up to 1757MHz, FP32 floating point performance of up to 5.3TFlops, with 128-bit 8GB 14GHz GDDR6 memory, 224 bandwidth GB/s.

For comparison, the Radeon RX 5500 sets of 22 computing units, 1408 stream processors, core frequencies up to 845MHz, the same memory, the entire card power consumption is also 130W.

Radeon Pro 5300:

20 sets of computing units, 1280 stream processors, core frequency up to 1650MHz, FP32 floating point performance of up to 4.2TFlops, with 128-bit 4GB 14GHz GDDR6 memory, bandwidth 224GB/s.

The PC side does not yet have the Radeon RX 5300.

AMD launches Radeon Pro 5000 Series graphics card: 7nm process, Apple exclusive.