AMD Radeon Pro Duo launches on April 26th

Published: 7th Apr 2016, 09:21 GMT

AMD is planning to officially launch its new dual-GPU computing monster on April 26th.

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AMD Radeon Pro Duo launches in three weeks

Radeon Pro Duo, the mixture of Radeon and FirePro series will launch later this month. According to HardwareBattle, Radeon Pro Duo will be available on April 26th, however review embargo may lift sooner. So in case you were wondering how does Pro Duo perform in games, you will be given extra time to consider spending $1499 on Fiji-based product before it reaches the shelves.

AMD Radeon Pro Duo is based on two Fiji GPU with total of 8192 Stream Processors, 8GB HBM memory and unique all-in-one hybrid cooling designed by CoolerMaster.

This graphics card can offer 16 TFLOPs of FP32 computing performance, which is still roughly 4.4 TFLOPs more than recently revealed Tesla P100.

We will inform you if there are any changes to launch date.

AMD Radeon Pro Duo CoolerMaster Cooling Solution

Source: HardwareBattle


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