Along with its innovative Radeon Pro SSG card, AMD unveiled three new workstation graphics cards under that same new Radeon Pro brand. The Radeon Pro WX series takes Polaris GPUs to the workstation market across three different cards targeted at distinct use cases.
We're working on getting all the details of these cards, but for now, AMD classifies the Radeon Pro WX 7100 as "fully capable for design engineering and media and entertainment." It's also the company's "workstation solution for professional VR content creation." It's a single-slot card with four DisplayPort outputs.
The Radeon Pro WX 5100 is targeted at users of "real-time content engines" and "immersive real-time design and manufacturing." This card is barely longer than the PCIe slot, and it offers four DisplayPort outputs, as well.
The Radeon Pro WX 4100 is a half-height card with four Mini DisplayPort outputs. AMD says this card is aimed at small-form-factor workstations. AMD expects to begin shipping these cards in the fourth quarter of this year.
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