AMD announces Radeon Pro W5700 with 2304 Stream Processors for 799 USD

Published: 19th Nov 2019, 09:21 | Comments

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Today AMD launches its ‘first 7nm workstation graphics card’.

AMD Radeon Pro W5700

Radeon Pro W5700 in a nutshell:

  • First Workstation card with PCIe 4.0
  • First Workstation card manufactured in 7nm node
  • First Radeon Pro with USB-C connector
  • 2304 Stream Processors @ 8.9 TFLOPs
  • 8GB GDDR6 256-bit

The Radeon Pro workstation series is receiving an update. The WX series will be succeeded by the W series. This is probably due to the fact that AMD is trying to unify naming schemas across the whole Radeon lineup. It is still not perfect, also constant changes are not helping, as customers are just required to constantly check what’s the latest.

The latest is Radeon Pro W5700, a Navi 10 based workstation graphics card. AMD calls it the first 7nm workstation card. It is not a 16GB model, but 8GB GDDR6.

This is not the full chip, Pro W5700 features 36 Compute Units (2304 Stream Processors), which aligns with WX 7100 and Quadro RTX 4000, to which AMD is comparing their new model.

In terms of actual performance, the maximum 32-bit floating-point throughput is 8.9 TFLOPs, this is more than RTX 4000 and much more than the Polaris-based WX series.

The W5700 features six display connectors: 5x mini-DP and USB-C (this is the first Radeon Pro card to have this connector).

A quick look at Radeon Pro Workstation series over the past 4 years:

Radeon Pro Workstation Series
VideoCardz.com2016
Radeon Pro
WX x100
2017
Radeon Pro
WX x100
2018
Radeon Pro
WX x200
2019
Radeon Pro
WX x200
2019
Radeon Pro
Wx700
Big GPUWX 9100
WX 8200
Mid GPUWX 7100
WX 5100W5700
Small GPUWX 4100
WX 3100WX 3200
WX 2100

The current mid-range workstation lineup is as follows:

Professional Workstation Graphics Cards
VideoCardz.comRadeon Pro
W5700
Radeon Pro
WX 7100
Radeon Pro
WX 5100
Quadro
RTX 4000
Release DateNov 2019Jul 2016Jul 2016Nov 2018
GPU7nm Navi 1014nm Polaris 1014nm Polaris 1012nm Turing TU106
Cores
 
2304
 
2304
 
1792
 
2304
Max FP32 Compute
 
8.9 TFLOPS
 
5.7 TFLOPS
 
3.9 TFLOPS
 
7.1 TFLOPS
GPU Clock
 
~1930 MHz
 
~1243 MHz
 
~1085 MHz
 
~1540 MHz
Memory Clock
 
14 Gbps
 
7 Gbps
 
7 Gbps
 
13 Gbps
Memory
 
8GB GDDR6
 
8GB GDDR5
 
8GB GDDR5
 
8GB GDDR6
Memory Bus
 
256-bit
 
256-bit
 
256-bit
 
256-bit
MSRP
 
799 USD
 
799 USD
 
499 USD
 
899 USD

 


by WhyCry

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