Today, AMD Radeon PRO W6000 series workstation graphics cards welcomed in a new member, the Radeon Pro W6400 for desktop platforms and the Radeon Pro W6500M and W6300M for mobile platforms are designed to provide excellent, reliable, and stable performance for professional users including CAD designers and engineers. The new workstation graphics cards are all equipped with Navi 24 cores, AMD’s latest RDNA 2 architecture GPU, manufactured using TSMC’s 6nm process.
The Radeon Pro W6400 has 12 CUs, that is, 768 stream processors, is equipped with 16MB of infinite cache, FP32 computing performance is 3.54T FLOPS, 4GB of GDDR6 video memory, the speed is 16 Gbps, and the video memory bit width is 64 bits. Its form factor is a single-slot half-height card with a 50W TDP and two DisplayPort 1.4 ports that support DSC and audio.
The Radeon Pro W6500M has 16 CUs, that is, 1024 stream processors, is equipped with 16MB of infinite cache, FP32 computing performance is 5.3T FLOPS, 4GB of GDDR6 memory, the speed is 16 Gbps, and the memory bit width is 64 bits. The Radeon Pro W6300M has 12 CUs, that is, 768 stream processors, equipped with 8MB of infinite cache, FP32 computing performance of 3.37T FLOPS, 2GB of GDDR6 video memory, a speed of 16 Gbps, and a memory bit width of 32 bits.
AMD said the Radeon Pro W6400 is expected to be available in the first quarter of 2022 with a suggested retail price of $229. The Radeon Pro W6500M and W6300M are expected to ship later this year, only in OEM systems in select countries.
AMD launched the exclusive Radeon Pro W6800X/W6900X/W6800X Duo for the higher-end Mac Pro, the Radeon Pro W6000 series for ordinary PCs has only three products, the Radeon Pro W6800/W6600/W6400, which are corresponding to the Navi 21, Navi 23, and Navi 24 cores, but lack the Navi 22 core.
It’s curious that AMD on the Navi 24 core-based Radeon Pro workstation graphics card, whether offer 4K H.264/H.265 encoding and AV1 decoding that is missing from the Radeon RX 6500 XT