AMD Announces First “Supercomputing” Server Graphics Card With 12 GB Memory

Looks like AMD has got it big and it’s really catching up with all the newest versions of graphic cards and the amazing releases. It is rolling out one more into the market namely the FirePro S10000 12 GB Edition graphics card which has exclusively been designed for supporting the HPC workloads for single precision as double precision performance.


This one has been optimized to run OpenCL computer programming language and extends full support for the PCI Express 3.0. The FirePro S10000 12 GB Edition GPU features an ECC memory and to top it all it has DirectGMA and together this helps the developers who have to handle large models. The card is based on the GCN architecture and developers can further benefit from the massively parallel processing capabilities of the GPU. Though the card isn’t going to be made available till next year, we already have our hands on the specs and details.

The AMD FirePro S10000 12GB Edition graphics card provides the perfect solutions and is suitable in multiple scenarios. It provides a Compute/Visualization Server for those who are working fields of finance, design, engineering, medicine, defense et cetera. The card works both ways; single precision as well as double. It is perfect for an Ultra High-end Workstations which require GPU compute and 3D graphics performance.

We still have our fingers crossed for the new release of AMD and we are hoping to get a positive feedback since the current AMD FirePro S10000 graphics solution, equipped with a GDDR5 memory of 6 GB, has received positive acclamation so far.

Source: AMD | News Archive