AMD has finally launched two entry-level graphics cards featuring its 6nm Navi 24 GPU. One of these cards is the Radeon PRO W6400, which will have 4GB Memory and 50W TDP.
The consumer gaming and PRO variant of the graphic card will be released on the same day. The Radeon PRO has specifications more or less the same as the RX 6400 graphics card.
Radeon PRO W6400 has 768 cores in 12 RDNA 2 Compute Units. The card has a GDDR6 memory of 4GB clocked at 14 Gbps and gives a bandwidth of up to 112 GB/s. It also has an Infinity Cache of 16GB. It has a 64-bit bus interface and operates only through 4 PCIe lanes. The card has been designed for Gen 4 GPU platforms, when used with a Gen 3 GPU platform, it will cause extreme performance degradation due to limited bandwidth.
The Radeon PRO W6400 will offer approximately 3.5 TFLOPs of FP32 and 7.0 TFLOPs of FP16 power at a 50W TDP. This enables the card to operate through the PCIe interface and ditch any additional power connectors. The card will have a single slot design, dual display outputs, and a small heatsink shroud with a fan.
The card will support all the latest technologies of AMD. The list includes Eyefinity Technology, FSR, Radeon Pro Software, Radeon Media Engine, Viewport Boost, VR Ready Creator, Radeon ProRender, and Remote Workstation. The GPU is compatible with H265/HEVC Decode and 4K H264 Decode.
AMD’s upcoming graphic card will supposedly deliver 4X increased performance in comparison to the last-gen Radeon PRO WX3200 graphics card. It comes with a price tag of $299.