AMD steps its graphics card game up with Radeon Pro WX series
After some time in the shadow of other manufacturers, AMD is coming in strong with a new innovation in the GPU industry: the Radeon Pro WX graphics card series.
The cards come with advanced tech incorporated into their state of the art architecture and feature support for 5K HDR as well as TrueAudio Next, meaning that users can use these graphics cards to experience VR with no problems. The HEVC encoding/decoding ready device comes with a 3-year warranty, with a 7-year extended warranty that can be arranged upon purchasing the card. Also, Radeon Pro WX owners will have 24/7 customer support, meaning that you are getting quite the VIP treatment if you buy one of these new powerhouses. The Radeon Pro WX also praises itself as the fastest low-profile workstation graphics processor.
The 4 GB of GDDR5 memory version of the Radeon Pro WX 4100 is capable of running not just one 4K monitor, but four of them at the same time, or a 5K monitor. These are impressive feats to achieve, and the competition that can run with AMD’s new GPU is hard to find. The WX 4100 will be available starting November 10th with a price tag of $400.
There two other models, the WX 5100 and the WX 7100, are each bigger and better than the last, making the new Radeon WX Pro series an overall power pusher that can cater to the needs of any professional looking for the very best solution available that can help them carry on their project. With the seamless integration of game engines in today’s computing industry, game developers will have the utmost pleasure of running these highly qualified graphics processors and getting the best results possible.
While the WX 5100 will become available November 18th, the other two can be purchased starting November 10th.
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