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AMD Radeon Pro 5000 Series GPUs is now available for revamped 27-inch iMac

AMD announced their all new Radeon Pro 5000 Series GPU is now widely available for the revamped 27-inch iMac. The new GPU enhance the level of creativity and productivity by providing a variety of graphically intensive applications that required for extensive workloads.

Figure 1: AMD Radeon(TM) Pro 5000 Series GPUs

AMD Radeon Pro 5000 Series GPUs bring new levels of performance and flexibility to the updated 27-inch iMac. The new AMD GPUs offer the optimal combination of compute performance, energy efficiency and outstanding graphics features to power a wide range of applications from consumer to pro – wherever graphics matter the most.

Scott Herkelman, Corporate Vice President and General Manager, Graphics Business Unit at AMD.

AMD had share to us with their AMD Radeon Pro 5000 Series GPU features as per below:

  • Exceptional compute performance – Up to 7.6 TFLOPS of single-precision (FP32) floating point performance
  • GDDR6 memory – Up to 16GB of GDDR6 memory with 384 GB/s bandwidth provides ultra-fast transfer speeds to power data-intensive pro applications.
  • AMD RDNA architecture – AMD RDNA architecture was designed from the ground up for superior performance and power efficiency. It is built on industry-leading 7nm FinFET process technology, providing up to 1.5X higher performance per watt compared to the previous-generation graphics architecture.
AMD Radeon™ Pro 5000
series GPUs
Compute
Units
Stream
Processors
FP32
TFLOPS
GDDR6
Memory
AMD Radeon™ Pro 5700 XT402560Up to 7.616GB
AMD Radeon™ Pro 5700362304Up to 6.28GB
AMD Radeon™ Pro 5500 XT241536Up to 5.38GB
AMD Radeon™ Pro 5300201280Up to 4.24GB
Table 1: AMD Radeon 5000 Series Comparison

The AMD Radeon Pro 5000 GPU Series were built based on the industry-leading 7nm process technology under an advanced AMD’s RDNA graphics architecture. Featuring up to 40 compute unit and 16GB of GDDR6 memory and was said, delivers up to 7.6 teraflops of a single precision (FP32) of computational performance.

Learn more about AMD’s RDNA 2 Architecture Technology

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