By David BauderThe next generation of GPUs could have the best gaming performance of any consumer computer.
But that is the goal of AMD, which has just unveiled a new graphics card named the Radeon Pro WX 6100.
AMD has been using the WX series for the last couple of years to develop its new Radeon Pro graphics cards and, in the process, the company has found a way to bring some of the best features from its current Radeon series to the $1,000 Radeon WX graphics card.
The new WX is based on the 28nm FinFET process and uses a custom chip made by AMD’s own chip manufacturing division.
AMD claims that the new Wx series is the first consumer-grade graphics card with a 28nm design and a clock speed of 1,280MHz.
AMD also announced a new Radeon Gaming X series that is based around the 28mm FinFet process.
The company says the new gaming graphics cards will run the most advanced DirectX 11 and Vulkan drivers.
AMD is aiming to make the graphics cards available for consumers in the first half of 2017.
The new Radeon Wx graphics card features 28 nm manufacturing process with an integrated AMD Radeon GPU core and a 32 nm Polaris GPU core.
The card features a 4GB GDDR5 memory chip with 128 shader cores.
The graphics card will have a clock rate of 1.6GHz and run at a frequency of 900MHz.
The GPU is manufactured using 28nm process.AMD’s new Radeon graphics card is based off of the Radeon R9 290X.
The Radeon W X graphics card offers higher clock speeds, 4GB of GDDR5 RAM and supports DirectX 11, Vulkan and OpenCL applications.
AMD’s new GPU is powered by a 28 nm FinFett process with AMD’s Polaris architecture.AMD has released a few graphics cards with Radeon Pro branding recently.
The Sapphire Radeon R7 290X is a reference graphics card which has a clock boost of 4GHz with a base clock of 1GHz.
The R9 390X and the R9 Fury X are a reference GPU with clock speeds of 3.2GHz with base clock speeds and a boost of 8GHz.