In their recent announcement regarding the Threadripper 7000 series, AMD subtly teased an upcoming workstation GPU. Their PRO graphics card lineup, designed for high-end systems, now encompasses four models. Nevertheless, the impending release of the Radeon PRO W7700 is poised to fill a noticeable specification gap.
The Radeon PRO W7700’s memory capacity has been confirmed at 16GB, as disclosed in the press release for the Dell Precision 7875 workstation. While AMD acknowledged the forthcoming series update, not all specifications were divulged. Importantly, the PRO W7700 will feature a distinctive cooler design in contrast to the W7800 and W7600, but will retain the blower-style design.
It is highly probable that the card will house the Navi 32 GPU, which recently debuted alongside the gaming-focused Radeon RX 7800XT and RX 7700 XT graphics cards. Although the exact specifications of the PRO W7700’s Stream Processors remain undisclosed, it wouldn’t be surprising to see it equipped with the full Navi 32 specifications, especially given that the W7800 already utilizes the Navi 31 GPU.
AMD refrained from providing a specific release date for this card. Nevertheless, since it was mentioned in the Threadripper press releases, it’s highly likely that the PRO W7700 will be unveiled alongside the new HEDT CPU series scheduled for November 21st.