AMD today revealed the Radeon Pro WX 3200. The card is described as “the ideal balance of performance and stability” while staying affordable.
The WX 3200, which is expected to be out in Q3 2019, is priced at $199. The WX 3200 is made to “meet the requirements of today’s CAD professionals,” according to AMD. “It delivers a balanced set of features, performance, efficiency and value, and was designed specifically for compact-sized workstations desired by small and medium-sized businesses,” AMD continued.
What the Radeon Pro WX 3200 features
- 1.66 TFLOPS peak performance: The WX 3200 should deliver up to 33 percent faster performance in a low-profile workstation graphics card, with 1.66 TFLOPS compute performance. That’s compared to the previous generation Radeon Pro WX 3100 graphics card.
- 4GB high-speed GDDR5 memory / 128-bit memory interface: the WX 3200 also should be able to handle large 2D and 3D models and workflows without much trouble, thanks to its 4 GB of GPU memory.
- 10 compute units: Additionally, the WX 3200 contains 64 stream processors, equaling out for a total of 640 stream processors.
- Single-slot, low-profile card: the Radeon Pro is designed to fit into all desktops.
- 4x Mini-DisplayPort 1.4: the graphics card can drive up to four 4K displays or a single 8K UHD display.
- Energy-efficient design: as for power consumption, it is capped at 50 watts max.
- Enhanced driver support: the AMD Radeon Pro Software for Enterprise supports the family of AMD Radeon Pro graphics products.
Pricing and availability
The Radeon Pro WX 3200 is priced at $199 and should be out Q3 2019.
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