AMD Releases Radeon PRO W7600 and W7500 Series RDNA 3 Workstation Graphics Cards

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AMD has announced that its new Radeon PRO W7000 Series workstation graphics cards with RDNA 3 architecture are now available from leading etailers/retailers, with product availability in OEM workstations and SI systems expected to begin later this year. The Radeon PRO W7600, which is said to deliver 2x higher TFLOPS performance and 1.5x higher maximum total data rate for displays versus the previous generation, is priced at $599, while its lesser sibling, the Radeon PRO W7500, can be had for $429. Both of these graphics cards feature 8 GB of GDDR6 memory.

“Our goal is to offer more choice for professional users, and these graphics cards do exactly that – built to address the largest market segment focusing on mainstream workloads,” said Scott Herkelman, senior vice president and general manager, Graphics Business Unit at AMD. “AMD Radeon PRO W7600 and Radeon PRO W7500 graphics cards provide exceptional performance for a variety of professional applications, including CAD, BIM and more, while offering incredible levels of visual fidelity and setting a new performance standard for mid-range professional graphics.”

AMD Radeon PRO W7600/W7500 Specifications

ModelsCompute Units & Ray AcceleratorsAI AcceleratorsTFLOPS
(Peak Single Precision)
GDDR6 MemoryMemory InterfaceDisplay OutputsTotal
AMD Radeon PRO W760032
6420 (FP32)
8 GB
128-bit4x DisplayPort 2.1
(6-pin connector)
AMD Radeon PRO W7500285612 (FP32)8 GB128-bit4X DisplayPort 2.1
70W (PCIe bus)

AMD Radeon PRO W7600/W7500 Features

  • AMD RDNA 3 Architecture – Features redesigned compute units with unified raytracing and AI accelerators, second-generation AMD Infinity Cache technology and second-generation raytracing technology. It also offers optimizations for AEC, D&M, and M&E workflows for 3D modeling, animation, rendering, video editing and general multitasking.
  • Dedicated AI Acceleration – New AI instructions and increased AI throughput deliver over 2X more performance on average than the previous AMD RDNA 2 architecture.
  • 8GB GDDR6 Memory – Allows professionals and creators to effortlessly handle data-intensive tasks and enable amazing ray-traced renderings with incredible details and realism.
  • AMD Radiance Display Engine with DisplayPort 2.1 – With 12-bit HDR color support and over 68 billion colors, display outputs support next-generation displays and multi-monitor configuration options, creating an ultra-immersive visual environment.
  • AV1 Encode/Decode – Dual encode/decode media engines unlock new multimedia experiences with full AV1 encode/decode support designed for high resolutions, wide color gamut, and high-dynamic range enhancements.
  • Optimized Driver Performance and Professional Application Certification – All AMD Radeon PRO workstation graphics are supported by AMD Software: PRO Edition, which provides a modern and intuitive user interface. AMD continues to work with leading professional software application vendors on a comprehensive certification program, and to ensure AMD Radeon PRO graphics cards are built for demanding 24/7 environments and tested to meet exceptional standards, delivering the ideal balance of performance and stability. The list of certified applications can be found here.

AMD Radeon PRO W7600 and Radeon PRO W7500 graphics cards accelerate everyday professional workflows by focusing on efficiency and increasing performance. The new graphics cards leverage the breakthrough AMD RDNA 3 architecture and are optimized to deliver leadership price/performance, as well as outstanding stability and reliability. Both cards feature 8GB of high-speed GDDR6 memory to effortlessly support data-intensive tasks and enable ray-traced renderings with incredible detail and realism. Building upon the previously launched AMD Radeon PRO W7900 and AMD Radeon PRO W7800 graphics cards, creators and professional users now have a broader selection of AMD Radeon PRO workstation graphics offerings to support an extensive range of professional workloads.

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