Here's the $1500 graphics card you should not miss - check out AMD's Radeon Pro Duo

28 Apr 2016 5:00pm

Six weeks ago, AMD officially announced their brand new Radeon Pro Duo, a dual graphics processor with two of AMD’s 28nm Fiji graphics chip. 2 days ago the Radeon Pro Duo officially launched, with a price tag of $1,500, but it’s not specifically designed for gamers. It’s explicitly proposed for VR developers.

Improving over previous dual graphics card, Radeon R9 295 X2, the Radeon Pro Duo card is faster, yet quieter. The 3rd generation GCN architecture featuring asynchronous shaders permits the modern DirectX 12 and Vulkan titles to give us amazing 4k and VR gaming experiences. 

With its Premium industrial design, the Radeon Duo Pro has sleeved tubing, soft touch and back plates, LED logo, matte black PCB and nickel-plated aluminium chassis. The Radeon Pro Duo features an ultra-efficient closed loop liquid cooling solution with a 120mm radiator, which boasts sufficient cooling for maximum performance, while staying amazingly quiet.

The Radeon Pro Duo is essentially two Radeon R9 Nanos together on a single PCB, and that's kind of awesome.

 

For more information on the product, please visit the AMD website: http://www.amd.com/en-us/products/graphics/desktop/radeon-pro-duo

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