AMD officially released the Radeon PRO W6000 series of professional graphics cards last night, including two desktop professional cards, the Radeon PRO W6800 and Radeon PRO W6600, and the Radeon PRO W6600M mobile workstation graphics card, provide professional workstations with high-performance, stable, and high-reliability graphics cards, with a better energy consumption ratio to cope with high-pressure loads, such as high-end video and audio editing processors, ultra-high-resolution video processors, and load engineering design And simulation applications, etc.
AMD Radeon PRO W6800 uses Navi 21 GPU; Radeon PRO W6600, and Radeon PRO W6600M use Navi 23 GPU. This is the first appearance of Navi 23, they all use AMD RDNA2 architecture, using advanced TSMC 7nm process. Compared with the previous generation Radeon PRO graphics card, the new generation product has a hardware ray tracing unit, which is 46% faster than the previous generation product in the SOLIDWORKS Visualize 2021 application, and supports variable-rate shading to provide more realistic rendering effects.
Radeon PRO W6800 has 60 groups of CU units, a total of 3840 stream processors. The maximum FP32 performance of the graphics card is 17.83TFLOPs, the FP16 performance is 35.66TFLOPs, and the FP64 performance is 1.11TFLOPs, with 256bit/32GB GDDR6 memory, the memory bandwidth is 512GB/s. It has 128MB unlimited cache, the graphics card TGP is 250W, and 6 Mini-DP 1.4 video output ports are provided. The price is $2250, which is much cheaper than rival products.
The Radeon PRO W6600 with Navi 23 GPU has 28 sets of CU units. There are 1792 stream processors, the highest FP32 performance is 10.4TFLOPs, with 128bit/8GB GDDR6 memory, and the memory bandwidth is 224GB/s, with 32MB of unlimited cache, the desktop version of TGP is 100W, and the mobile version is 90W-65W adjustable. Radeon PRO W6600 uses a single-slot design, provides 4 standard-size DP ports, and is priced at $649.