Dubbed the Radeon Pro, the WX 4100 is the entry-level model with a half-height design for use in small form-factor workstations. The Radeon Pro WX 5100 is the mid-range model while the Radeon Pro WX 7100 is the top of the range. AMD says the 7100 can handle the most demanding design engineering and entertainment workflows and VR content creation.
The spec is still pretty much under wraps, but we know the following spec from copying down the slides:
- Radeon Pro WX 7100: 32 compute units / > 5 TFLOPs / 8GB memory / 256-bit memory bus
- Radeon Pro WX 5100: 28 compute units / > 4 TFLOPs / 8GB memory / 256-bit memory bus
- Radeon Pro WX 4100: 16 compute units / > 2 TFLOPs / 4GB memory / 128-bit memory bus
The Radeon Pro WX 4100 has four mini DisplayPort connectors and the others have four full-size DisplayPort connectors.
The Radeon Pro WX 7100 will clost just under $1,000 and the Radeon Pro WX 5100 and 4100 will slot in somewhat below that which fits in nicely to their mission critical role. Each has a ten year warranty.
AMD will consolidate its graphics product lines and kill off the FirePro range. In its place will be the Radeon Pro WX Series cards to serve the professional market for AMD.