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[Guru3D] AMD Introduces Radeon Pro W5500

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AMD announced the Radeon Pro W5500 graphics card, delivering the performance and advanced features to meet the demands of today’s modern Design & Manufacturing, and Architecture, Engineering & Construction (AEC) professionals. AMD also announced the Radeon Pro W5500M GPU to power next-generation, high-performance professional mobile workstations.

Harnessing the high-performance AMD RDNA architecture and GDDR6 memory, the Radeon Pro W5500 graphics card delivers up to 25 percent higher performance-per-clock than the previous-generation Graphics Core Next (GCN) architecture.

Key features of the Radeon Pro W5500 graphics card include:

Incredible multitasking performance – Provides up to 10x better estimated application workflow performance versus the competition in the SPECviewperf 13 benchmark under a multitasking load.

Real-world power efficiency – The combination of the power efficient AMD RDNA architecture and Radeon Pro Software for Enterprise enables the Radeon Pro W5500 to scale to meet the power demands of professional applications, consuming up to 32 percent less system power on average in SOLIDWORKS solid modeling workflows than the competition.

Professional-grade software – Radeon Pro Software for Enterprise offers performance improvements in each release. Support is also provided for AMD Remote Workstation allowing professionals to access their physical workstations from virtually anywhere.

The Radeon Pro W5500 graphics card is expected to be available beginning mid-February for $399 USD SEP from leading retailers.
Source: https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/am...pro-w5500.html

Looks like another mid range card from AMD.

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Looks like another mid range card from AMD.
These mid rangers might be their life line to get them by in the gpu sector, because it's their major weak point. I think AMD just landed something with Samsung for mobile gpu stuff, which may give amd some more cash flow from the giants (Samsung).

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The low and mid range is where the market is. For every Ti or Titan that is sold tens of thousands of GT210's are sold, thus you are wrong to think that the high end is what either nVidia or AMD care about. Having the best card only makes people with low end hardware believe that their cards are better than the competition just because it has nVidia stamped on it.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Liranan View Post
The low and mid range is where the market is. For every Ti or Titan that is sold tens of thousands of GT210's are sold, thus you are wrong to think that the high end is what either nVidia or AMD care about. Having the best card only makes people with low end hardware believe that their cards are better than the competition just because it has nVidia stamped on it.
Pretty much this. Drivers + Having the best GPU at the top end sells everything else.

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Found this:

All the images people have been posting have it as a dual slot card, but it's actually single slot with 125W TDP rating. While it competes well with the really old Pascal Quadro P2200 (basically GTX 1060 5GB GDDR5X since it has 1280 CUDA cores and 160 bit memory bus but with faster VRAM to bring it to 200GB/s), the 6 pin power connector is really going to be one deciding factor for the low end market. What is really good about Radeon Pro GPUs is that they are allowing tuning of fan profile. Nvidia thinks it is okay to have a idle fan speed of 1500 or 2000RPM.


It's a huge improvement over the WX 5100 which was a 75W TDP constrained cut down Polaris on 256-bit GDDR5 (effective 160 GB/s), although it remains to be seen how it will perform against the WX 7100 8GB GDDR5 on 256 bit bus (224GB/s) which was basically a pro RX 480. This has 8GB 128-bit GDDR6 which is clocked higher to bring it to 224GB/s on par with the WX 7100.


https://www.amd.com/en/products/prof...deon-pro-w5500


edit: from their press release
3 Testing conducted by AMD Performance Labs as of January 21, 2020 on the AMD Radeon™ Pro W5500 graphics card and AMD Radeon™ Pro Software for Enterprise 20.Q1 and the NVIDIA Quadro® P2200 graphics card with the NVIDIA Quadro® Optimal Driver for Enterprise (ODE) R440 U4 (441.66) driver, on a test system comprising an Intel® Core™ i9-9900K, 32 GB DDR4 RAM, Asus ROG Strix Z390-E Gaming motherboard with BIOS version 0905 at default settings, 512 GB Intel 760p SSD, Windows® 10 October 2018 Update. Benchmark application and derived metric calculation: the SPECviewperf® 13 benchmark sw-04 viewset was run with Autodesk® 3ds Max® 2019 rendering an AMD internal engine 3d model at 1920 x 1080 with continuous iterations using the Arnold CPU renderer to simulate the application workflow performance with multitasking. Calculated the performance when multitasking as a percentage then calculated the ratio between the two percentages.

AMD RADEON™ PRO W5500 RESULTS:
AMD Radeon™ Pro W5500 SPECviewperf® 13 benchmark sw-04 viewset average test results score: 138.75 (est.)
AMD Radeon™ Pro W5500 with SPECviewperf® 13 benchmark sw-04 viewset test results score with Autodesk® 3ds Max® 2019 rendering an AMD internal engine 3d model at 1920 x 1080 with continuous iterations using the Arnold CPU renderer simultaneously average: 86.82 (est.)
Performance when multitasking: 100 + (86.82- 138.75)/138.75*100) = an estimated 62.57% of the workflow performance compared to the performance when not multitasking on the AMD Radeon™ Pro W5500 graphics card.

NVIDIA QUADRO® P2200 RESULTS: NVIDIA Quadro® P2200 SPECviewperf® 13 benchmark sw-04 viewset average test results score: 139.76 (est.)

NVIDIA Quadro® P2200 with SPECviewperf® 13 benchmark sw-04 viewset test results score with Autodesk® 3ds Max^® 2019 rendering an AMD internal engine 3d model at 1920 x 1080 with continuous iterations using the Arnold CPU renderer simultaneously average: 7.91 (est.)

Performance when multitasking: 100 + (7.91- 139.76)/139.76*100) = an estimated 5.66% of the workflow performance compared to the performance when not multitasking on the NVIDIA Quadro® P2200 graphics card. Difference in performance while multitasking between the AMD Radeon™ Pro W5500 graphics card and the NVIDIA Quadro® P2200 graphics card (62.57/5.66)-1 = ~10.05x average better estimated application workflow performance for the AMD Radeon™ Pro W5500 graphics card. Scores are based on AMD internal lab measurements and may vary. PC manufacturers may vary configurations, yielding different results. Performance may vary based on use of latest drivers. RPW-274
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I wonder how reliable their latest workstation cards in contrast to their consumer counterparts, I've been on the fence for a long time to upgrade. I might just get an RTX since Optix seems attractive for my Cycles workload....Least to say Polaris series have been the most stable I've experienced out of their GPU in terms of my own personal experience with Radeon Products.
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Is there an ETA on the AMD version of tensor cores?
I made the mistake of grabbing some used RX480s and an old PCIE2.0 mobo for machine learning then realized the ROCm requires PCIe 3.0 connections.

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Is there an ETA on the AMD version of tensor cores?
I made the mistake of grabbing some used RX480s and an old PCIE2.0 mobo for machine learning then realized the ROCm requires PCIe 3.0 connections.
AMD uses DLOps.

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