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    Mac Pro users will be getting a high-end GPU boost thanks to the latest tech from AMD

    Apple computers have always been the top choice when it comes to graphical intensive works. This time around, Mac Pro users will get a taste of the latest AMD RDNA 2 architecture in the form of Radeon PRO W6000X series GPU.

    The high-end GPU upgrade option includes Radeon PRO W6800X, Radeon PRO W6900X, and Radeon PRO W6800X Duo. While these are considered high-end upgrades, it is worth noting that these GPUs are workstation-oriented cards. In other words, there are considered slightly inferior to their gaming-oriented counterparts.


    The Radeon PRO W600X series is built on 7nm manufacturing process along with the AMD RDNA 2 architecture which is energy efficient even during high tasked workloads.

    Key capabilities and features of AMD Radeon PRO W6000X series GPUs include:

    • High-speed GDDR6 memory – Up to 64GB of GDDR6 memory with up to 512 GB/s bandwidth provides ultra-fast transfer speeds to power data-intensive professional applications.


    • AMD Infinity Cache – Up to 256MB (total) of last-level data cache integrated on the GPU die is designed to reduce latency and power consumption.


    • AMD Infinity Fabric – Provides a high-bandwidth, low latency, direct connection between the local AMD GPUs, enabling high-speed GPU-to-GPU communications designed to satisfy today’s creative workloads.


    For further information regarding the GPU breakdown can be found here, and also the finer details on the Mac Pro can be found here.






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