In the near future, AMD will expand its range of 3rd generation RDNA graphics cards with two professional models: Radeon Pro W7600 and W7500. On the eve of the official presentation, slides were freely available, which reveal the technical characteristics and, most importantly, the recommended prices of new 3D accelerators.
The basis of the Radeon Pro W7600 and W7500 video cards will be the AMD Navi 33 graphics processor, familiar from the gaming Radeon RX 7600. The older model uses a full-fledged crystal with 32 Compute Units, while the younger one had their number reduced to 28 pieces. Both new items received a 128-bit memory bus through which the GPU interacts with an 8 GB GDDR6 buffer.
The “turbine” is responsible for cooling the 3D accelerators, while the video cards will occupy one expansion slot in the system unit. The Radeon Pro W7500 is also notable for the lack of an additional power connector. Four DisplayPort 2.1 interfaces can be used to display the image. Other specifications of new products are collected in the table below.
The official release of AMD Radeon Pro W7500 and W7600 video cards, according to available information, will take place today. The recommended price is set at $429 and $599 respectively.