After successfully presenting high-end graphics card Radeon Pro WX 9100 and Radeon Pro SSG at SIGGRAPH and this time at IBC 2017 Amsterdam, AMD reportedly also re-introduced the new Radeon Pro WX 2100 and Radeon Pro WX 3100 graphics card models. Both graphics cards aimed at beginner-level enthusiasts will be available at the end of the fourth quarter (Q4) this year.
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The newest Radeon Pro Vega card will also be the choice of performance for the upcoming new iMac Pro generation later this year. The overall look of the 5K gamut can be viewed as an ideal choice for many of today’s iMac-based designers.
In addition, Amazon Web Services has reportedly announced the availability of machines configured with AWS Appstream Pro 2.0 supported by Radeon Pro. This is certainly a new breakthrough because for the first time collaborated with cloud-based applications.
Building on collaborations with Intel, AMD leverages AMD XConnect Technology to introduce eGPU compatibility on its Radeon Pro WX series graphics card. This will certainly give more eGPU options to professionals who use mobile solutions as their primary platform.
While the Radeon Pro WX 5100 and Radeon Pro WX 7100 graphics cards, which were announced in June, are now available for $ 499 and $ 799 respectively. Both are compatible with eGFX Breakaway Boxes made by Sonnet Technologies.