AMD’s 7nm Navi family graphics card already has the RX 5700, RX 5500 series of consumer-grade graphics cards, in mid-November AMD launched the Radeon Pro W5700 series of professional cards, the workstation market also uses the 7nm RDNA architecture of the next-generation graphics card, now this graphics card is officially available, Overseas $799, domestic $7,999.
The emergence of the Radeon Pro W5700 also means that AMD’s professional card naming has changed, moving away from the previous Radeon Pro WX, but as the Radeon Pro W, although it was also released two weeks ago for Apple Mac computers. That’s probably how to name it.
The Radeon Pro W5700 Pro Card features a dual-socket full-length form, a single turbofan cooling at the rear, a complete redesign of the internal PCB, and a core based on the 7nm Navi 10 (the first Navi Pro), but not a full core, but only 2304 stream processors, equivalent to RX The 5700 is also at the same level as the 14nm Polaris Core’s Radeon Pro WX 7100, 12nm TU106 Core Quadro RTX 4000.
In terms of performance, AMD officially no longer publishs specific frequencies, only that the Radeon Pro W5700 FP32 single-precision floating point is about 8.89 TFLOPS, the replacement frequency is about 1930MHz, with 8GB GDDR6 memory, 256bit bit width, frequency 14Gbps, bandwidth 448GB/s, ecc error correction optional function.
The output interface has five miniDPs and a USB-C, which can be used in VirtualLink VR applications, while the auxiliary power supply is 8 plus 6 pins, TDP 205W.
In terms of price, the Radeon Pro W5700 Professional Card is $799 overseas, excluding tax, and is 7,999 yuan in China, and the official flagship store has been officially opened for sale.