The truth is out there
An unidentified Radeon Pro graphics card has been spotted in China in the Chiphell forums and could be AMD's forthcoming Big Navi Radeon Pro.
With high double precision compute performance
AMD has updated its lineup of Radeon Pro workstation graphics cards with the Radeon Pro VII, based on 7nm Vega GPU and featuring Infinity Fabric Link for pairing two of these cards for some serious performance.
Navi goes Radeon Pro
AMD has announced its latest Radeon Pro workstation graphics card, the Radeon Pro W5700 based on 7nm Navi GPU and RDNA architecture.
But without workstation optimizations, certifications and support
AMD has added Radeon Pro driver support for Radeon VII graphics card but, unlike earlier rumors, it only gets partial support, without workstation elements.
RayTrace render demo
None other than Lisa Su, the fearless leader of AMD, has announced the Vega 7nm and just as Fudzilla reported a few months back this is a Radeon instinct only and it won’t make it to a gaming part. David Wang the SVP Engineering Radeon Technologies Group went into a few more details.
Radeon Pro SSG still has a long way to go
Today at Siggraph on the show floor we were told - although not able to physically see the card - that the post production demo that was being shown was utilizing the upcoming Radeon Pro SSG.
27-incher with Intel 18-core Xeon and Radeon Pro Vega
During its WWDC 2017 keynote, Apple unveiled what it claims is its most powerful computer ever, the new iMac Pro.
Vega for scientists, engineers, and designers
Raja Koduri, Senior Vice President and Chief Architect of RTG, took to the stage at the 2017 Financial Analyst Day and showed the new Vega Frontier Edition graphics card. This Vega is made for data scientists, immersion engineers, and product designers.
Based on Polaris 11 GPU
Following the launch of Apple's latest MacBook Pro 2016 notebooks and the official announcement of the Radeon Pro 400 series graphics cards used in those notebooks, AMD has now revealed a few more details about those chips.