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AMD revealed its new Radeon Pro W7900 Dual Slot GPU, a compact version of what was seen with the Radeon Pro W7900 and produced to compete for space against the NVIDIA RTX 6000 Ada professional graphics card.

Despite being a dual-slot version (the common one is triple-slot), this does not mean that it will lose performance in its specifications. It also uses the Navi 31 chip (Plum Bonito), silicon with 6,144 shaders, 96 Ray Tracing cores, 192 AI accelerators and 96MB of Infinity Cache. It will also deliver FP16 performance of 123 TFLOPS and 864 GB/s bandwidth.

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According to AMD, the new model in the Radeon Pro Navi line – the Radeon Pro W7900 Dual Slot GPU – will have 48GB GDDR6 ECC memory clocked at 18 Gb/s via a 384-bit interface.

The version will be 280mm long, allowing users to equip up to four of these GPUs in a single system. Even with one less PCI slot, it still maintains the blower design for servers and data centers.


AMD claims that the Radeon Pro W7900 Dual Slot GPU will have a TDP of 295W and will use two 8-pin PCIe connectors for power. It also works with three DisplayPort 2.1 connections and one mini-DisplayPort 2.1.


According to data presented by AMD, the Radeon Pro W7900 Dual Slot GPU has 52% better performance per dollar than that seen by the NVIDIA RTX 6000 Ada, as well as 38% better performance with artificial intelligence per dollar. This means that it will have more power with smaller expenses, but not that it will do better in overall results.


The manufacturer’s main objective is to incorporate it into AI workloads, both in servers and data centers and in the “AI factories” projects that are being conducted within the market. NVIDIA and Dell have already teamed up to bring the first ones, now it will be up to the others to make up for lost time.

AMD will launch the Radeon Pro W7900 Dual Slot GPU on June 19, 2024 for $3,499 – an extremely aggressive price compared to the RTX 5000 Ada ($4,000) and RTX 6000 Ada ($6,800). Obviously, each one fits into an ecosystem and workload proposal, but this could represent a price drop for the others to balance sales.

Fonte: Tom’s Hardware

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