New Geekbench entry confirms Radeon PRO W7600
AMD might soon launch an entry-level workstation model.
The Radeon PRO W7600 is highly likely to feature the Navi 33 GPU, as confirmed by the OpenCL information obtained from the Geekbench entry related to this upcoming workstation model. The GFX1102 ID associated with the AMD graphics processor matches the ID used for the mobile Radeon RX 7700/7600 series, all of which utilize the Navi 33 processor.
Based on this data, the GPU is expected to have a clock speed of 1940 MHz. Comparatively, this is 310 MHz lower than the Radeon RX 7600 gaming model, which refers to its Game Clock of 2250 MHz.
The Compute Unit field refers to “Workgroup Processor/WGP” cluster, so the card features 32 Compute Units or 2048 Stream Processors, the same configuration as the RX 7600. The card is listed with 8GB of memory, but it remains uncertain whether this model will support ECC (error correction), a feature found in the W7900/W7800 models. It’s important to note that the W6600 did not utilize this type of memory.
While the exact release date for the PRO W7600 remains uncertain, the fact that the card is already undergoing testing and is correctly recognized by benchmarking software suggests that it is nearing its launch. It is interesting to consider that NVIDIA is scheduled to hold a keynote at SIGGRAPH next month, a significant event for professionals in the graphics industry, and the company is expected to make new announcements for the RTX ADA series. This might prompt AMD to respond with the release of the PRO W7600 in order to stay competitive in the market.
|AMD Radeon PRO Series|
|VideoCardz||Radeon PRO W7900||Radeon PRO W7800||Radeon PRO W7600||Radeon Pro W6600|
|GPU||AMD Navi 31 (RDNA3)||AMD Navi 31 (RDNA3)||AMD Navi 33 (RDNA3)||AMD Navi 23 (RDNA2)|
|Max FP32 Compute|
48GB G6 ECC
32GB G6 ECC
8GB G6 ECC
|Launch Date||Q2 2023||Q2 2023||TBC||June 2021|