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AMD FirePro
AMD FirePro logo 2014.svg
Design firm Advanced Micro Devices
Type Professional workstations

AMD FirePro was AMD's brand of graphics cards intended for use in workstations and servers running professional Computer-aided design (CAD), Computer-generated imagery (CGI), Digital content creation (DCC), and High-performance computing/GPGPU applications. The GPU chips on FirePro-branded graphics cards are identical to the ones used on Radeon-branded graphics cards. The end products (i.e. the graphics card) differentiate substantially by the provided graphics device drivers and through the available professional support for the software. The product line is split into two categories: "W" workstation series focused on workstation and focusing on graphics and display, and "S" server series focused on virtualization and GPGPU/High-performance computing.

The release of the Radeon Pro Duo in April 2016 and the announcement of the Radeon Pro WX Series in July 2016 marked the succession of Radeon Pro as AMD's professional workstation graphics card solution.[1] Radeon Instinct is the current brand for servers.

Competitors included Nvidia's Quadro-branded and to some extent Tesla-branded product series and Intel's Xeon Phi-branded products.

History[edit]

The FireGL line was originally developed by the German company Spea Software AG until it was acquired by Diamond Multimedia in late 1995.[2] The first FireGL board used the 3Dlabs GLINT 3D processor chip.[3]

Deprecated brand names are ATI FireGL, ATI FirePro 3D, and AMD FireStream.

In July 2016, AMD announced it would be replacing the FirePro brand with Radeon Pro for workstations.[1] The new brand for servers is Radeon Instinct.

Features[edit]

Multi-monitor support[edit]

AMD Eyefinity supports multi-monitor set-ups. One graphics card can drive up to a maximum of six monitors; the supported number depends on the distinct product and the number of DisplayPort displays. The device driver facilitates the configuration of diverse display group modes.

Differences with the Radeon Line[edit]

The user-mode drivers as well as the kernel-mode drivers for AMD FirePro products have additional features, and also (not depicted here) additional interfaces.[4]

The FirePro line is designed for compute intensive, multimedia content creation (such as video editors), and mechanical engineering design software (such as CAD programs). Their Radeon counterparts are suited towards video games and other consumer applications. Because they use the same drivers (Catalyst) and are based on the same architectures and chipsets, the major differences are essentially limited to price and double-precision performance. However, some FirePro cards may have major feature differences to the equivalent Radeon card, such as ECC RAM and differing physical display outputs.

Since the 2007 series, high-end and ultra-end FireGL/FirePro products (based on the R600 architecture) have officially implemented stream processing. The Radeon line of video cards, although present in hardware, did not offer any support for stream processing until the HD 4000 series where beta level OpenCL 1.0 support is offered, and the HD 5000 series and later, where full OpenCL 1.1 support is offered.

Heterogeneous System Architecture[edit]

HSA is intended to facilitate the programming for stream processing and/or GPGPU in combination with CPUs and DSPs. All models implementing the Graphics Core Next microarchitecture support hardware features defined by the HSA Foundation and AMD has provided corresponding software.

FirePro DirectGMA[edit]

AMD DirectGMA is a feature usable with AMD FirePro products.

Soft-mods[edit]

Because of the similarities between FireGL and Radeon cards, some users soft-mod their Radeon cards by using third-party software or automated scripts accompanied with a modified FireGL driver patch, to enable FireGL capabilities for their hardware, effectively getting a cheaper, equivalent, FireGL cards, often with better OpenGL capabilities, but usually half of the amount of video memory. Some variants can also be soft-modded to a FireStream stream processor.

The trend of soft-mods continued with the 2007 series FireGL cards, as follows:

Radeon product GPU Corresponding FireGL soft-mod
Radeon HD 2900 XT (1 GB GDDR4 version) R600 XT FireGL V8600
Radeon HD 2900 GT R600 GT FireGL V7600
Radeon HD 2600 XT (512 MB GDDR4 version) RV630 XT FireGL V5600
Radeon HD 2600 Pro RV630 Pro FireGL V3600
Radeon HD 3850/3870 RV670 FireGL V77001 / FireStream 9170
Radeon HD 4870 RV770 FirePro V8700
*1 Radeon HD 3850/3870 products do not have the DisplayPort output presented on FireGL V7700 product.

Products[edit]

Workstation[edit]

Pre-ATI FireGL cards[edit]

Year Manufacturer Model Chipset Memory (RAM) Bus Type
1995[5] SPEA FireGL 3Dlabs GLINT 300SX + S3 86C968/86c868 8 MB VRAM + 8-12 MB DRAM
Diamond FireGL 1000 3DLabs Permedia + GLint Delta 4/8 MB
Diamond FireGL 1000 Pro 3DLabs Permedia 2 4/8 MB
Diamond FireGL 2000 3Dlabs GLINT 300SX + S3 86C968/86c868 8 MB VRAM + 8-12 MB DRAM
Diamond FireGL 3000 3Dlabs Glint 500TX + Glint Delta 8 MB VRAM+ 8/16/32 MB
Diamond FireGL 4000 Mitsubishi 3Dpro/2MP 15 3D RAM/ 4-16 CDRAM
Diamond FireGL 5000 Mitsubishi iMPAC-GE
Diamond FireGL 1 IBM Oasis Rasterizer 32 MB AGP 2x
Diamond FireGL 2 IBM RC1000 (120 MHz) + GT1000 (190 MHz) 64 MB DDR (120 MHz) AGP 4x
Diamond FireGL 3 IBM RC1000 (120 MHz) + GT1000 (190 MHz) 128 MB DDR (120 MHz) AGP 4x Pro
Diamond FireGL 4 IBM RC1000 (150 MHz) + GT1000 (205 MHz) 128 MB DDR (150 MHz) AGP 4x Pro

FireGL Series[edit]

Model Launch Micro-archi-tecture Core Fab (nm) Bus interface Core clock (MHz) Memory clock (MHz) Core config Fillrate Memory Processing power
(GFLOPS)
API compliance (version) Notes
Pixel (GP/s) Texture (GT/s) Size (MB) Bandwidth (GB/s) Bus type Bus width (bit) Single precision Direct3D OpenGL Vulkan
FireGL 8700 2001 R200 Radeon 8500 150 AGP 250 270 2:4:8:41 1 2 64 8.64 DDR 64 × 2 Unknown 8.1 1.4 N/A
FireGL 8800 2001 R200 Radeon 8500 150 AGP 300 290 2:4:8:41 1.2 2.4 128 9.28 DDR 64 × 2 Unknown 8.1 1.4
FireGL T2-64 2003 R300 Radeon 9600 Pro 130 AGP 325 200 2:4:4:41 1.3 1.3 64 6.4 DDR 128 Unknown 9.0 2.0
FireGL T2-128 2003 R300 Radeon 9600 Pro 130 AGP 400 320 2:4:4:41 1.6 1.6 128 10.2 DDR 128 Unknown 9.0 2.0
FireGL Z1-128 2002 R300 Radeon 9500 Pro 150 AGP 325 310 4:4:4:41 1.3 1.3 128 19.8 DDR 256 Unknown 9.0 2.0
FireGL X1-128 2002 R300 Radeon 9700 150 AGP 325 310 4:8:8:81 2.6 2.6 128 19.84 DDR 256 Unknown 9.0 2.0
FireGL X1-256 2002 R300 Radeon 9700 Pro 150 AGP Pro 325 310 4:8:8:81 2.6 2.6 256 19.84 DDR 256 Unknown 9.0 2.0
FireGL X2-256 2003 R300 Radeon 9800 Pro 150 AGP 380 350 4:8:8:81 3.04 3.04 256 22.4 DDR2 256 Unknown 9.0 2.0
FireGL X2-256T 2003 R300 Radeon 9800 XT 150 AGP 412 344 4:8:8:81 3.3 3.3 256 22.0 DDR2 256 Unknown 9.0 2.0
FireGL X3-256 2004 R300 Radeon X800 XT 130 AGP 450 450 6:12:12:121 5.4 5.4 256 28.8 GDDR3 256 Unknown 9.0b 2.0
FireGL V3100 2005 R300 Radeon X300 XT 110 PCIe x16 400 200 2:4:4:41 1.6 1.6 128 6.4 DDR 128 Unknown 9.0 2.0
FireGL V3200 2005 R300 Radeon X600 XT 130 PCIe x16 500 400 2:4:4:41 2 2 128 12.8 DDR2 128 Unknown 9.0b 2.0
FireGL V3300 2006 R500 Radeon 1300 Pro 90 PCIe x16 600 400 2:4:4:41 2.4 2.4 128 6.4 GDDR2 64 Unknown 9.0c 2.0
FireGL V3350 2006 R500 Radeon 1300 Pro 90 PCIe x16 600 400 2:4:4:41 2.4 2.4 256 6.4 GDDR2 64 Unknown 9.0c 2.0
FireGL V3400 2006 R500 Radeon 1600 Pro/XT 90 PCIe x16 500 500 5:12:4:41 2 2 128 16 GDDR3 128 Unknown 9.0c 2.0
FireGL V3600[6] 2007 Tera-Scale 1 RV630 GL, HD 2600 Pro 65 PCIe x16 600 500 1202(24×5):8:4:3 2.4 4.8 256 16.0 GDDR3 128 144 10 3.3 Shader Model 4.0, APP Stream
FireGL V5000 2005 R400 Radeon X700 Pro/XT 130 PCIe x16 425 430 6:8:8:81 3.4 3.4 128 13.6 GDDR3 128 Unknown 9.0b 2.0
FireGL V5100 2005 R400 Radeon X800 Pro 130 PCIe x16 450 350 6:12:12:121 5.4 5.4 128 22.4 DDR 256 Unknown 9.0b 2.0
FireGL V5200 2005 R500 Radeon X1600 XT 90 PCIe x16 600 700 5:12:4:41 2.4 2.4 256 22.4 GDDR3 128 Unknown 9.0c 2.0
FireGL V5600[7] 2007 Tera-Scale 1 R630 GL, HD 2600 XT 65 PCIe 800 1100 1202(24×5):8:4:3 3.2 6.4 512 35.2 GDDR4 128 192 10 3.3 Shader Model 4.0, APP Stream
FireGL V7100 2005 R400 Radeon X800 XT 130 PCIe 500 450 6:16:16:161 8 8 256 28.8 GDDR3 256 Unknown 9.0c 2.0
FireGL V7200 2006 R500 Radeon X1800 XT 90 PCIe x16 600 650 8:16:16:161 9.6 9.6 256 41.6 GDDR3 256 Unknown 9.0c 2.0
FireGL V7300[8] 2006 R500 R520 GL, X1800 XT 90 PCIe 600 650 8:16:16:161 9.6 9.6 512 41.6 GDDR3 256 Unknown 9.0c 2.0
FireGL V7350[9] 2006 R500 R520 GL, X1800 XT 90 PCIe 600 650 8:16:16:161 9.6 9.6 1024 41.6 GDDR3 256 Unknown 9.0c 2.0
FireGL V7400 2006 (Canceled) R500 Radeon X1950 Pro 80 PCIe 550? 650? 8:36:16:161 19.8? 19.8? 512? 41.6? GDDR3 256 Unknown 9.0c 2.0 never released, superseded by 2007 Series
FireGL V7600[10] 2007 Tera-Scale 1 R600 GL, HD 2900 GT 80 PCIe 600 800 2402(48×5):12:12:3 9.6 9.6 512 51.2 GDDR3 256 288 10 3.3 Shader Model 4.0, APP Stream
FireGL V7700[11] 2007 (2008) Tera-Scale 1 R670 GL, HD 3870 55 PCIe 2.0 775 1125 3202(64×5):16:16:4 12.4 12.4 512 72 GDDR4 256 496 10.1 (SM4.1) 3.3 DisplayPort. Can do double precision computation via the AMD Stream SDK.
FireGL V8600[12] 2007 Tera-Scale 1 R600 GL, HD 2900 XT 80 PCIe 688 868 3202(64×5):16:16:4 11.008 11.008 1024 111.1[13] GDDR4 512 440.32 10 3.3 Shader Model 4.0, APP Stream
FireGL V8650[14] 2007 Tera-Scale 1 R600 GL, HD 2900 XT 80 PCIe 688 868 3202(64×5):16:16:4 11.008 11.008 2048 111.1 GDDR4 512 440.32 10 3.3 Shader Model 4.0, APP Stream

1 Vertex shaders : Pixel shaders : Texture mapping units : Render output units
2 Unified shaders : Texture mapping units : Render output units : Compute Units


FireMV (Multi-View) Series[edit]

Model Launch Core Bus interface Core clock (MHz) Memory clock (MHz) Core config1 Fillrate (GT/s) Memory API compliance (version) TDP / idle (watts) Notes
Size (MB) Bandwidth (GB/s) Bus type Bus width (bit) Direct3D OpenGL
FireMV 2200 PCI.[15] jan 2006 RV280 GL PCI 240 200 1:4:4:4 0.96 64 3.2 DDR 64 8.1 1.4 15 DMS-59 for dual DVI-D output
FireMV 2200 PCIe.[16] jan 2006 RV370 PCIe x16 324 196 2:4:4:4 1.296 128 3.2 DDR 64 9.0 2.1 15 DMS-59 for dual DVI-D output
FireMV 2260[17] Jan 2008 RV620 PCIe 2.0 x1/x16, PCI 600 500 40(8×5):4:4 2.4 256 32 DDR2 256 10.1[18] 3.3 15/8 Dual DisplayPort (with adapters: DVI-D)
FireMV 2400 PCI.[19] jan 2008 RV380 PCI 500 500 2:4:4:4 2.0 128 16 DDR 128 9.0b 2.1 20 2x VHDCI for quad DVI-D output, VGA
FireMV 2400 PCIe.[20] jan 2008 RV380 PCIe x1 500 500 2:4:4:4 2.0 256 16 DDR3 128 9.0b 2.1 20 2x VHDCI for quad DVI-D output, VGA

1 Vertex shaders : Pixel shaders : Texture mapping unit : Render output units
2 Unified shaders : Texture mapping unit : Render output units

FirePro (Multi-View) Series[edit]

Model Launch Core Fab (nm) Transistors (million) Die size (mm2) Bus interface Core clock (MHz) Memory clock (MHz) Core config1 Fillrate Memory API compliance (version) TDP / idle (watts) Notes
Pixel (GP/s) Texture (GT/s) Size (MB) Bandwidth (GB/s) Bus type Bus width (bit) Direct3D OpenGL (OpenCL)
FirePro 2250[21] 2007-01-01 RV516 80 107 100 PCIe x1/x16 600 500 2:4:4:4 2.4 0.3 256 32 DDR2 256 9.0c 2.1 (no) 20/11 DMS-59 for dual DVI-D output
FirePro 2270[22] 2011-01-31 Cedar GL (RV810) 40 292 59 PCIe 2.1 x1/x16 600 600 80(16×5):8:4:1 2.4 4.8 512
1024
9.6 GDDR3 64 11.0 4.3 (1.2) 15/8
17/8
DMS-59 for dual output: DP or DVI-I or D-sub
FirePro 2450 Multi-View[23] 2009-01-01 2x RV620 (Terascale 1) 55 2x 181 2x 61 PCIe 2.0 x1/x16 600 600 2x 40(8×5):4:4:1 2.4 4.8 512 38.4 GDDR3 256 10.1 3.3 (APP) 36/18 2x VHDCI for quad output: DVI-I or D-sub
FirePro 2460 Multi-View,[24][25] 2010-04-01 Cedar GL (RV810) (Tera-scale2) 40 292 59 PCIe 2.1 x16 500 500 80(16×5):8:4:1 2.0 4.0 512 32 GDDR5 64 11.0 4.3 (1.2) 17/13 4x Mini DP for quad output: DP or DVI-D, UVD2, PowerPlay, Eyefinity


FirePro 3D Series (V000)[edit]

Model Launch Micro-archi-tecture Code name Fab (nm) Transistors (million) Die size (mm2) Bus interface Clock rate Core config1 Fillrate Memory Processing power
(GFLOPS)
API compliance (version) TDP (Watts) Notes
Core (MHz) Memory (MHz) Pixel (GP/s) Texture (GT/s) Size (MB) Bandwidth (GB/s) Bus type Bus width (bit) Single precision Double precision Direct3D OpenGL OpenCL Vulkan
FirePro 3D V3700[26] August 8, 2008 Terascale 1 RV620 PRO[27] 55 181 67 PCIe 2.0 x16 800 950 40(8×5):4:4:2 3.2 3.2 256 15.2 GDDR3 64 64 - 10.1 3.3 SM4.1 APP Stream only N/A 32 UVD+, PowerPlay
FirePro 3D V3750[28] September 11, 2008 Terascale 1 RV730 PRO 55 514 146 PCIe 2.0 x16 550 750 320(64×5):32:8:4 4.4 17.6 256 24 GDDR3 128 352 - 10.1 3.3 1.0 48 UVD2, PowerPlay
FirePro 3D V3800,[29][30] April 26, 2010 TeraScale 2 Redwood Pro GL (RV830) 40 627 104 PCIe 2.1 x16 650 900 400(80×5):20:8:5 5.2 13 512 14.4 GDDR3 64 520 ? 11.0 4.3 SM5.0 1.2 43 UVD2, PowerPlay, Eyefinity
FirePro 3D V4800,[31][32] April 26, 2010 TeraScale 2 Redwood XT GL (RV830) 40 672 104 PCIe 2.1 x16 775 9002 400(80×5):20:8:5 6.2 15.5 1024 57.6 GDDR52 128 620 ? 11.0 4.3 1.2 69 UVD2, PowerPlay, Eyefinity
FirePro 3D V5700[33] August 8, 2008 TeraScale 1 RV730 XT 55 514 146 PCIe 2.0 x16 700 900 320(64×5):32:8:4 5.6 22.4 512 28.8 GDDR3 128 448 - 10.1 3.3 1.0 58 UVD2, PowerPlay
FirePro 3D V5800,[29][34] April 26, 2010 TeraScale 2 Juniper XT GL (RV840) 40 1040 166 PCIe 2.1 x16 700 10002 800(160×5):40:16:10 11.2 28 1024 64 GDDR52 128 1120 ? 11.0 4.3 1.2 74 UVD2, PowerPlay, Eyefinity
FirePro 3D V7750[35] March 27, 2009 TeraScale 1 RV730 XTX 55 514 146 PCIe 2.0 x16 800 900 320(64×5):32:8:4 6.4 25.6 1024 28.8 GDDR3 128 512 - 10.1 3.3 1.0 76 UVD2, PowerPlay
FirePro 3D V7800,[31][36] April 26, 2010 TeraScale 2 Cypress Pro GL (RV870) 40 2154 334 PCIe 2.1 x16 700 10002 1440(288×5):72:32:18 22.4 50.4 2048 128 GDDR52 256 2016 403.2 11.0 4.3 1.2 138 UVD2, PowerPlay, Eyefinity
FirePro 3D V8700[37] September 11, 2008 TeraScale 1 RV770 XT 55 956 256 PCIe 2.1 x16 750 8502 800(160×5):40:16:10 12 30 1024 108.8 GDDR52 256 1200 240 10.1 3.3 1.0 151 UVD2, PowerPlay
FirePro 3D V8750[38] July 28, 2009 TeraScale 1 RV770 XT 55 956 256 PCIe 2.1 x16 750 9002 800(160×5):40:16:10 12 30 2048 115.2 GDDR52 256 1200 240 10.1 3.3 1.0 154 UVD2, PowerPlay
FirePro 3D V8800[39] April 7, 2010 TeraScale 2 Cypress XT GL (RV870) 40 2154 334 PCIe 2.1 x16 825 11502 1600(320×5):80:32:20 26.4 66 2048 147.2 GDDR52 256 2640 528 11.0 4.3 1.2 208 UVD2, PowerPlay, Eyefinity
FirePro 3D V9800[40] September 9, 2010 TeraScale 2 Cypress XT GL (RV870) 40 2154 334 PCIe 2.1 x16 850 11502 1600(320×5):80:32:20 27.2 68 4096 147.2 GDDR52 256 2720 544 11.0 4.3 1.2 225 UVD2, PowerPlay, Eyefinity

1 Unified shaders : Texture mapping units : Render output units : Compute Units
2 The effective data transfer rate of GDDR5 is quadruple its nominal clock, instead of double as it is with other DDR memory
3 Windows 7, 8.1, 10 Support for Fire Pro Cards with Terascale 2 and later by firepro driver 15.301.2601[41]

FirePro Series (Vx900)[edit]

Model Launch Micro-archi-tecture Code name Fab (nm) Bus interface Clock rate Core config1 Fillrate Memory Processing power
(GFLOPS)
API compliance (version) TDP (Watts) Notes
Core (MHz) Memory (MHz) Pixel (GP/s) Texture (GT/s) Size (GiB) Bandwidth (GB/s) Bus type Bus width (bit) Single precision Double precision Direct3D OpenGL OpenCL Vulkan
FirePro V3900[42] February 7, 2012 TeraScale 2 Turks GL 40 PCIe 2.1 x16 650 900 480(96×5):24:8:6 5.2 15.6 1 28.8 GDDR3 128 624 - 11.0 4.3 1.2 N/A 50 HD3D, UVD3, DP 1.2, PowerPlay, Eyefinity
FirePro V4900[43] November 1, 2011 TeraScale 2 Turks XT GL 40 PCIe 2.1 x16 800 1000 480(96×5):24:8:6 6.4 19.2 1 64 GDDR52 128 768 - 11.0 4.3 1.2 <75 Max HD3D, UVD3, DP 1.2, PowerPlay, Eyefinity
FirePro V5900[44] May 24, 2011 TeraScale 3 Cayman LE GL 40 PCIe 2.1 x16 600 5002 512(128×4):32:32:8 19.2 19.2 2 64 GDDR52 256 610 154 11.0 4.3 1.2 <75 Max HD3D, UVD3, DP 1.2, PowerPlay, Eyefinity
FirePro V7900[45] May 24, 2011 TeraScale 3 Cayman Pro GL 40 PCIe 2.1 x16 725 12502 1280(320×4):80:32:20 23.2 58 2 160 GDDR52 256 1860 464 11.0 4.3 1.2 <150 Max HD3D, UVD3, DP 1.2, PowerPlay, Eyefinity

1 Unified shaders : Texture mapping units : Render output units : Compute Units
2 The effective data transfer rate of GDDR5 is quadruple its nominal clock, instead of double as it is with other DDR memory.
3 Support for Windows 7, 8.1 for OpenGL 4.4 and OpenCL 2.0, when Hardware is prepared with firepro driver 14.502.1045[46]

FirePro Workstation Series (Wx000)[edit]

  • Vulkan 1.0 and OpenGL 4.5 possible for GCN with Driver Update FirePro equal to Radeon Crimson 16.3 or higher.[47][48]
  • Vulkan 1.1 possible for GCN with Radeon Pro Software 18.Q1.1 or higher. It might not fully apply to GCN 1.0 or 1.1 GPUs.[49]
Model Launch Micro-archi-tecture Code name Fab (nm) Bus interface Clock rate Core config1 Fillrate Memory Processing power
(GFLOPS)
API compliance (version) TDP (Watts) Notes
Core (MHz) Memory (MHz) Pixel (GP/s) Texture (GT/s) Size (GiB) Bandwidth (GB/s) Bus type Bus width (bit) Single precision Double precision Direct3D OpenGL OpenCL Vulkan
FirePro W600[50] June 13, 2012 GCN 1st Gen. Cape Verde Pro GL 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 750 1000 512:32:16:8 12.0 24.0 2 64 GDDR5 128 768 Up to 55 11.1/12 4.5+ 1.2+ 1.0 75 Six Mini DisplayPort
FirePro W5000[51] June 13, 2012 GCN 1st Gen. Pitcairn LE GL 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 825 800 768:48:32:12 26.4 39.6 2 102.4 GDDR5 256 1267.2 79.2 11.1/12 4.5+ 1.2+ <75 Two DisplayPort, One DVI-I
FirePro W7000[52] June 13, 2012 GCN 1st Gen. Pitcairn XT GL 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 950 1200 1280:80:32:20 30.4 76.0 4 153.6 GDDR5 256 2432 152 11.1/12 4.5+ 1.2+ <150 ECC RAM, Four DisplayPort
FirePro W8000[53] June 14, 2012 GCN 1st Gen. Tahiti PRO GL 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 900 1375 1792:112:32:28 28.8 100.8 4 176 GDDR5 256 3225.6 806.4 (1/4 SP) 11.1/12 4.5+ 1.2+ <225 ECC RAM, Four DisplayPort + SDI-Link
FirePro W9000[54][55] June 14, 2012 GCN 1st Gen. Tahiti XT GL 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 975 1375 2048:128:32:32 31.20 124.8 6 264 GDDR5 384 3993.6 998.4 (1/4 SP) 11.1/12 4.5+ 1.2+ 274 ECC RAM, Six mini-DisplayPorts + SDI-Link

1 Unified shaders : Texture mapping units : Render output units : Compute Units
2 The effective data transfer rate of GDDR5 is quadruple its nominal clock, instead of double as it is with other DDR memory.
3 OpenGL 4.4: support with AMD FirePro driver release 14.301.000 or later, in footnotes of specs[56]

FirePro Workstation Series (Wx100)[edit]

  • Vulkan 1.0 and OpenGL 4.5 possible for GCN with Driver Update FirePro equal to Radeon Crimson 16.3 or higher.[47][57] OpenCL 2.1 and 2.2 possible for all OpenCL 2.0-Cards with Driver Update in Future (Khronos). Linux Support for OpenCL is limited with AMDGPU Driver 16.60 actual to Version 1.2.[58]
  • Vulkan 1.1 possible for GCN with Radeon Pro Software 18.Q1.1 or higher. It might not fully apply to GCN 1.0 or 1.1 GPUs.[49]
  • OpenGL 4.6 is available in 18.Q2 (or later) analog to Adrenalin 18.4.1.
Model Launch Micro-archi-tecture Code name Fab (nm) Bus interface Clock rate Core config1 Fillrate Memory Processing power
(GFLOPS)
API compliance (version) TDP (Watts) Notes
Core (MHz) Memory (MHz) Pixel (GP/s) Texture (GT/s) Size (GiB) Bandwidth (GB/s) Bus type Bus width (bit) Single precision Double precision Direct3D OpenGL OpenCL Vulkan
FirePro W2100[59] August 13, 2014 GCN 1st gen Oland XT 28 PCIe 3.0 x8 630 900 320:20:8:5 5.04 12.6 2 28.8 DDR3 128 403.2 25.5 (1/16 SP) 11.2a/12.0 4.5+ 2.0 (new) 1.0 <26 Two Standard DisplayPort DP 1.2a outputs
FirePro W4100[60] August 13, 2014 GCN 1st gen Cape Verde 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 630 1125 512:32:16:8 10.08 20.16 2 72 GDDR5 128 645.1 40.3 (1/16 SP) 11.2a/12.0 4.5+ 2.0 (new) <50 Four Standard Mini-DP 1.2a outputs
FirePro W5100[61] August 13, 2014 GCN 2nd gen Bonaire Pro 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 930 1500 768:48:16:12 14.88 44.64 4 96 GDDR5 128 1430 89.2 (1/16 SP) 11.2b/12.0 4.5+ 2.0 <75 DirectGMA, GeometryBoost, 4 DP 1.2a, including Adaptive-Sync and HBR2
FirePro W7100[62] August 13, 2014 GCN 3rd gen Tonga Pro GL 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 920 1400 1792:112:32:28 29.4 103 8 160 GDDR5 256 3297 206 (1/16 SP) 11.2b/12.0 4.5+ 2.0 1.1 <150 DirectGMA, GeometryBoost, 4 DP 1.2a, including Adaptive-Sync and HBR2
FirePro W8100[63] June 26, 2014 GCN 2nd gen Hawaii Pro GL 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 824 1250 2560:160:64:40 52.7 145 8 320 GDDR5 512 4218.9 2109.45 (1/2 SP) 11.2b/12.0 4.5+ 2.0 1.0 220 ECC RAM, 4 DP + SDI-Link
FirePro W9100[64] March 26, 2014 GCN 2nd gen Hawaii XT 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 930 1250 2816:176:64:44 59.5 163.7 16
32
320 GDDR5 512 5237.8 2618.9 (1/2 SP) 11.2b/12.0 4.5+ 2.0[65] 275 ECC RAM, Six Mini DP + SDI-Link

1 Unified shaders : Texture mapping units : Render output units : compute units
2 The effective data transfer rate of GDDR5 is quadruple its nominal clock, instead of double as it is with other DDR memory.
3 OpenGL 4.4: support with AMD FirePro driver release 14.301.000 or later, in footnotes of specs[56]

FirePro Workstation Series (Wx300)[edit]

  • Vulkan 1.1 possible for GCN with Radeon Pro Software 18.Q1.1 or higher. It might not fully apply to GCN 1.0 or 1.1 GPUs.[49]
Model Launch Code name Fab (nm) Bus interface Clock rate Core config1 Fillrate Memory Processing power
(GFLOPS)
API compliance (version) TDP (Watts) Notes
Core (MHz) Memory (MHz) Pixel (GP/s) Texture (GT/s) Size (GiB) Bandwidth (GB/s) Bus type Bus width (bit) Single precision Double precision Direct3D OpenGL OpenCL Vulkan
FirePro W4300[66] December 1, 2015 Bonaire PRO (GCN 2nd Gen) 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 930 1500 768:48:16:12[67] 14.88 44.64 4 96 GDDR5 128 1428.5 89.3 (1/16 SP) 11.2/12.0 SM 5.0 4.5+ 2.0 (2.1 beta, 2.2 possible) 1.0 <50 4 Mini DisplayPort 1.2a outputs, low profile

Mobile Workstation[edit]

Mobility FireGL Series[edit]

Model
(Codename)
Launch Architecture
(Fab)
Core Fillrate[a][b] Processing power[c]
(GFLOPS)
Memory Bus interface Notes
Config Clock (MHz) Texture (GT/s) Pixel (GP/s) Size (MB) Bus type
& width (bit)
Clock (MHz) Band-
width (GB/s)
Mobility FireGL 7800 [68]
(M7-GL)
2001-09-29 R100
(150 nm)
0:2:2:2[d] 280 0.56 0.56 Unknown 64 DDR
128-bit
200 6.4 AGP 27 Watt TDP
Mobility FireGL 9000 [69]
(M7-GL)
2002-01-01 R200
(150 nm)
1:4:4:4[d] 250 1.0 1.0 Unknown 64 DDR
128-bit
200 6.4 AGP 4x
Mobility FireGL T2 [70]
(M7-GL)
2003-11-01 R300
(130 nm)
2:4:4:4[d] 320 1.28 1.28 Unknown 128 DDR
128-bit
200 6.5 AGP 4x
Mobility FireGL T2e [71]
(M7-GL)
2004-08-01 R300
(130 nm)
2:4:4:4[d] 450 1.8 1.8 Unknown 128 DDR
128-bit
225 7.2 AGP
Mobility FireGL V3100 [72]
(M7-GL)
2004-06-01 R300
(110 nm)
2:4:4:4[d] 350 1.4 1.4 Unknown 128 DDR
128-bit
200 6.4 PCIe x16
Mobility FireGL V3200 [73]
(M7-GL)
2004-06-01 R300
(130 nm)
2:4:4:4[d] 400 1.6 1.6 Unknown 128 DDR2
128-bit
250 12.8 PCIe x16
Mobility FireGL V5000 [74]
(M7-GL)
2005-02-03 R420
(110 nm)
6:8:8:8[d] 350 2.8 2.8 Unknown 128 GDDR3
128-bit
425 13.6 PCIe x16
Mobility FireGL V5200 [75]
(M7-GL)
2006-02-01 R520
(90 nm)
5:12:12:12[d] 425 5.1 5.1 Unknown 256 GDDR3
128-bit
475 15.2 PCIe x16
Mobility FireGL V5250 [76]
(M7-GL)
2007-01-01 R520
(90 nm)
5:12:12:12[d] 450 5.4 5.4 Unknown 256 GDDR3
128-bit
350 11.2 PCIe x16
Mobility FireGL V5600 [77]
(M7-GL)
2007-05-14 TeraScale 1
(65 nm)
120:8:4[e] 500 4.0 2.0 120.0 256 GDDR3
128-bit
400 12.8 PCIe 2.0 x16
Mobility FireGL V5700 [78]
(M7-GL)
2008-01-07 Terascale 2
(55 nm)
120:8:4[e] 600 4.8 2.4 144 512 GDDR3
128-bit
700 22.4 PCIe 2.0 x16 in Lenovo ThinkPad W500
Mobility FireGL V5725 [79]
(M7-GL)
2009-01-01 Terascale 2
(55 nm)
120:8:4[e] 680 5.44 2.72 163.2 256 GDDR3
128-bit
800 25.6 PCIe 2.0 x16
  1. ^ Texture fillrate is calculated as the number of Texture Mapping Units multiplied by the base (or boost) core clock speed.
  2. ^ Pixel fillrate is calculated as the number of Render Output Units multiplied by the base (or boost) core clock speed.
  3. ^ Single precision performance is calculated from the base (or boost) core clock speed based on a FMA operation.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i Vertex shader : Pixel shaders: Texture Mapping Units : Render Output Units
  5. ^ a b c Unified Shaders : Texture Mapping Units : Render Output Units


FirePro Mobile Series[edit]

Model
(Codename)
Launch Architecture
(Fab)
Core Fillrate[a][b] Processing power[c]
(GFLOPS)
Memory Bus interface Notes
Config[d]
(CU)
Clock (MHz) Texture (GT/s) Pixel (GP/s) Size (MB) Bus type
& width (bit)
Clock (MHz) Band-
width (GB/s)
FirePro M5725 [80]
(M96 GL)
2009-01-01 Terascale 2
(55 nm)
320:32:8
(3)
680 21.6 5.4 432 256 GDDR3
128-bit
800 25.6 PCIe 2.0 x16
FirePro M5800 [81]
(Madison XT GL)
2010-03-01 Terascale 2
(40 nm)
400:20:8
(5)
650 13 5.2 520 1024 GDDR5
128-bit
800 25.6 PCIe 2.0 x16 HP EliteBook 8540w
FirePro M3900 [82]
(Seymour XT)
2011-04-13 160:8:4
(2)
700 6.0 3.0 224 1024 DDR3
64-bit
900 14.4 PCIe 2.1 x16 HP Elitebook 8460w
FirePro M5950 [83]
(Whistler XT)
2011-01-04 480:24:8
(6)
725 17.4 5.8 696 1024 GDDR5
128-bit
900 57.6 PCIe 2.1 x16 Dell Precision M4600, HP EliteBook 8560w
FirePro M7740 [84]
(M97XT GL)
2009-08-04 Terascale 1
(40 nm)
640:32:16
(8)
650 20.8 10.4 832 1024 GDDR5
128-bit
1000 64 PCIe 2.0 x16 Dell Precision M6400 and M6500
FirePro M7820 [85]
(Juniper XT)
2010-05-01 Terascale 2
(40 nm)
800:40:16
(10)
700 28 11.2 1120 1024 GDDR5
128-bit
1000 64 PCIe 2.0 x16 Dell Precision M6500, HP EliteBook 8740w
FirePro M8900 [86]
(Blackcomb XT GL)
2011-04-12 960:48:32
(12)
680 32.64 21.76 1310 2048 GDDR5
256-bit
900 115.2 PCIe 2.1 x16 Dell Precision M6600
FirePro M2000 [87]
(Turks GL)
2012-07-01 480:24:8
(6)
500 12 4 480 1024 GDDR5
64-bit
800 25.6 PCIe 2.1 x16 HP EliteBook 8470w
FirePro M4000 [88]
(Chelsea XT GL)
2012-06-27 GCN 1st gen
(28 nm)
512:32:16
(8)
600 19.2 9.6 614 2048 GDDR5
128-bit
1000 51.2 PCIe 2.1 x16 HP EliteBook 8570w, HP EliteBook 8770w, Dell Precision M4700 (e.g. Consumer HD7700M Serie DevID 682D)
FirePro M6000 [89]
(Heathrow XT GL)
2012-06-27 640:40:16
(10)
800 30 12 960 2048 GDDR5
128-bit
1000 64 PCIe 3.0 x16 Dell Precision M6700
FirePro M4100 [90]
(Mars)
2013-10-16 384:24:8
(6)
670 16.1 5.4 514 2048 GDDR5
128-bit
1000 64 PCIe 3.0 x16 HP ZBook 14
FirePro W4170M [91]
(Mars XTX)
2014-04-28 384:24:8
(6)
825 19.8 6.6 691.2 2048 GDDR5
128-bit
1125 72 PCIe 3.0 x16 Dell Precision M2800, HP ZBook 15u G2
FirePro W4190M [92]
(Opal)
2015-11-12 384:24:8
(6)
825 19.8 6.6 634 2048 GDDR5
128-bit
900 72 PCIe 3.0 x16 HP ZBook 15u G3, MXM-3-A, OpenGL 4.6, OpenCL 2.0, TDP 25W [93]
FirePro M5100 [94]
(Venus XT)
2013-10-16 640:40:16
(10)
775 31 12.4 992 2048 GDDR5
128-bit
1125 72 PCIe 3.0 x16 Dell Precision M4800, Panasonic Toughbook 54, HP ZBook 15 G2 (e.g. R9 M200X Serie DevID 6821)
FirePro W5130M [95]
(Tropo LE)
2015-10-02 512:32:16
(8)
up to 925 28.8 14.4 up to 950 up to 2048 GDDR5
128-bit
1000 64 PCIe 3.0 x16 Dell Precision 3510 (e.g. Consumer R7 M465X DevID 682B) MXM-3-A, DirectX 12.0 (feature level 11_1), OpenGL 4.6, OpenCL 2.0, Vulkan 1.0, TDP 35W [96]
FirePro W5170M [97]
(Tropo XT)
2014-08-25 640:40:16
(10)
up to 925 36.0 14.4 up to 1180 up to 2048 GDDR5
128-bit
1125 72 PCIe 3.0 x16 Dell Precision 7510, Dell Precision 7710, HP ZBook 15 G3 (e.g. Consumer R9 M375X DevID 6820 REV 083) MXM-3-A, DirectX 12.0 (feature level 11_1), OpenGL 4.6, OpenCL 2.0, Vulkan 1.0, TDP 45W [98]
FirePro M6100 [99]
(Saturn XT GL)
2013-10-16 GCN 2nd gen
(28 nm)
768: 48:16
(12)
up to 1100 51.6 17.2 1651.2 2048 GDDR5
128-bit
1375/1500 88/96 PCIe 3.0 x16 Dell Precision M6600 / M6800, HP Zbook 17 G2
FirePro W6150M [100]
(Saturn XT GL)
2015-11-12 768:48:16
(12)
1075 51.6 17.2 1651 4096 GDDR5
128-bit
1375 88 PCIe 3.0 x16 HP Zbook 17 G3, MXM-3-B, OpenGL 4.6, OpenCL 2.0, TDP 100W [101]
FirePro W6170M [102]
(Saturn XT GL)
2014-08-25 768:48:16
(12)
1075 51.6 17.2 1651 4096 GDDR5
128-bit
1375 88 PCIe 3.0 x16 HP ZBook 17 G2
FirePro W7170M [103]
(Amethyst XT)
2015-10-02 GCN 3rd gen
(28 nm)
2048:128:32
(32)
723 92.5 23.1 2960 4096 GDDR5
256-bit
1250 160 PCIe 3.0 x16 Dell Precision 7710, MXM-3-B, DirectX 12.0 (feature level 11_1), OpenGL 4.6, OpenCL 2.0, Vulkan 1.0, TDP 100W [104]
  1. ^ Texture fillrate is calculated as the number of Texture Mapping Units multiplied by the base (or boost) core clock speed.
  2. ^ Pixel fillrate is calculated as the number of Render Output Units multiplied by the base (or boost) core clock speed.
  3. ^ Single precision performance is calculated from the base (or boost) core clock speed based on a FMA operation.
  4. ^ Unified Shaders : Texture Mapping Units : Render Output Units


Server[edit]

FireStream Series[edit]

Model
(Codename)
Launch Architecture
(Fab)
Bus interface Stream processors Clock rate Memory Processing power[a]
(GFLOPS)
TDP (Watts)
Core (MHz) Memory (MHz) Size (MB) Type Bus width (bit) Bandwidth (GB/s) Single Double
Stream Processor
(R580)
2006 R500
80 nm
240 600 1024 GDDR3 256 83.2 375[105] N/A 165
FireStream 9170
(RV670)[106][107]
November 8, 2007 TeraScale 1
55 nm
PCIe 2.0 x16 320 800 800 2048 GDDR3 256 51.2 512 102.4 105
FireStream 9250
(RV770)[108][109]
June 16, 2008 TeraScale 1
55 nm
PCIe 2.0 x16 800 625 993 1024 GDDR3 256 63.6 1000 200 150
FireStream 9270
(RV770)[110][111]
November 13, 2008 TeraScale 1
55 nm
PCIe 2.0 x16 800 750 850 2048 GDDR5 256 108.8 1200 240 160
FireStream 9350
(Cypress XT)[112]
June 23, 2010 TeraScale 2
40 nm
PCIe 2.1 x16 1440 700 1000 2048 GDDR5 256 128 2016 403.2 150
FireStream 9370
(Cypress XT)[113]
June 23, 2010 TeraScale 2
40 nm
PCIe 2.1 x16 1600 825 1150 4096 GDDR5 256 147.2 2640 528 225


  1. ^ Precision performance is calculated from the base (or boost) core clock speed based on a FMA operation.


FirePro Remote Series[edit]

Model Launch Code name Fab (nm) Bus interface Clock rate Core config1 Fillrate Memory Processing power
(GFLOPS)
API compliance (version) TDP (Watts) Notes
Core (MHz) Memory (MHz) Pixel (GP/s) Texture (GT/s) Size (MB) Bandwidth (GB/s) Bus type Bus width (bit) Single precision Double precision Direct3D OpenGL OpenCL
FirePro RG220[114] May 2010 RV711 55 PCIe 2.0 x16 500 800 80(16×5):8:4:1 2.0 4.0 512 12.8 GDDR3 for GPU,
RDRAM for PCoIP
64 80 No 10.1 3.3 1.0 35 Dual Ethernet ports plus DMS-59 for dual DVI-D output (no VGA host output)
FirePro R5000[115] February 25, 2013 Pitcairn LE GL (GCN 1st gen) 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 825 800 768:48:32:12 26.4 39.6 2048 102.4 GDDR5 256 1267.2 79.2 (1/16 SP) 11.1 4.5+ 1.2+ <150 Ethernet port plus Two Mini DisplayPort w/ Tera2 PCoIP

1 Unified shaders : Texture mapping units : Render output units : compute units
2 The effective data transfer rate of GDDR5 is quadruple its nominal clock, instead of double as it is with other DDR memory.

FirePro Server Series (S000x/Sxx 000)[edit]

  • Vulkan 1.0 and OpenGL 4.5 possible for GCN with Driver Update FirePro equal to Radeon Crimson 16.3 or higher.[47] OpenGL 4.5 was only in Windows available.[116] Actual Linux Driver support OpenGL 4.5 and Vulkan 1.0, but only OpenCL 1.2 by AMDGPU Driver 16.60.[117]
  • Vulkan 1.1 possible for GCN with Radeon Pro Software 18.Q1.1 or higher. It might not fully apply to GCN 1.0 or 1.1 GPUs.[49]
  • OpenGL 4.6 is available in 18.Q2 (or later) analog to Adrenalin 18.4.1.
Model Launch Micro-archi-tecture Code name Fab (nm) Bus inter-
face
Clock rate Core config1 Fillrate Memory Processing power
(GFLOPS)
API compliance (version) TDP (Watts) Notes
Core (MHz) Memory (MHz) Pixel (GP/s) Texture (GT/s) Size (GiB) Bandwidth (GB/s) Bus type Bus width (bit) Single precision Double precision Direct
X
OpenGL OpenCL Vulkan
FirePro S4000x[118][119] August 7, 2014 GCN 1st Gen Venus XT 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 950 1200 640:40:16:10 11.6 29 2 72 GDDR5 256 992 62 (1/16 SP) 11.1 12.0 4.5+ 1.2+ 1.0 <45 Type A MXM form factor, No physical display outputs,
FirePro S7000[120] August 27, 2012 GCN 1st gen Pitcairn XT 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 950 1200 1280:80:32:20 30.4 76 4 153.6 GDDR5 256 2432 152 (1/16 SP) 11.1 12.0 4.5+ 1.2+ <150 One DP
FirePro S7100X[121][122][123][124] May 25, 2016 GCN 3rd gen Amethyst XT 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 723 1050 2048:128:32:32 23.14 92.5 8 160 GDDR5 256 2961 185.1 (1/16 SP) 11.2 12.0 4.5+ 2.0+ 1.1 100 For Blade Servers, MXM Module 3.1
FirePro S7150[125][126][127][128] February 1, 2016 GCN 3rd gen Tonga PRO GL 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 1050 1250 1792:112:32:28 33.6 117.6 8 160 GDDR5 256 3763 235.2 (1/16 SP) 11.2 12.0 4.5+ 2.0+ 150 ECC RAM, two Slots
FirePro S7150 X2[125][127][129][130] February 1, 2016 GCN 3rd gen 2x Tonga PRO GL 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 1050 1250 2x 1792:112:32:28 33.6 117.6 16 2x 160 GDDR5 256 7540 470.4 (1/16 SP) 11.2 12.0 4.5+ 2.0+ 265 ECC RAM, no physical display outputs
FirePro S9000[131] August 27, 2012 GCN 1st gen Tahiti PRO GL 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 900 1375 1792:112:32:28 28.8 100.8 6 264 GDDR5 384 3225.6 806.4 (1/4 SP) 11.1 12.0 4.5+ 1.2+ 1.0 <225 ECC RAM, One DP
FirePro S9050[132][133] August 6, 2014 GCN 1st gen Tahiti PRO GL 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 900 1375 1792:112:32:28 28.8 100.8 12 264 GDDR5 384 3225.6 806.4 (1/4 SP) 11.1 12.0 4.5+ 1.2+ <225 ECC RAM, One DP
FirePro S9150[134][135][136] August 6, 2014 GCN 2nd gen Hawaii XT GL 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 900 1250 2816:176:64:44 57.6 158.4 16 320 GDDR5 512 5070 2530 (1/2 SP) 11.2 12.0 4.5+ 2.0+ <235 ECC RAM, No physical display outputs
FirePro S9170[137][138] July 8, 2015 GCN 2nd gen Grenada XT GL 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 930 1375 2816:176:64:44 59.52 163.68 32 320 GDDR5 512 5240 2620 (1/2 SP) 11.2 12.0 4.5+ 2.0+ <275 ECC RAM, Full Throughput double precision, no physical display outputs
FirePro S9300 x2[139][140][141][142][143] March 31, 2016 GCN 3rd gen 2× Capsaicin XT 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 850 2x 500 2× 4096:256:64:64 54.4 217.6 2× 4 2× 512 HBM 384 13900 868 (1/16 SP) 11.2 12.0 4.5+ 2.0+ 1.1 300 Non-ECC RAM, half-precision (FP16) support, no physical display outputs
FirePro S10000[144] November 12, 2012 GCN 1st gen 2× Zaphod (Tahiti Pro GL) 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 825 1250 2× 1792:112:32:28 52.8 184.8 2× 3 2× 240 GDDR5 384 5913.6 1478.4 (1/4 SP) 11.1 12.0 4.5+ 1.2+ 1.0 <375 ECC RAM, 4x DP, 1x DVI-I
FirePro S10000 passive[145] November 12, 2012 GCN 1st gen 2× Tahiti PRO GL 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 825 1250 2× 1792:112:32:28 52.8 184.8 2× 3 2× 240 GDDR5 384 5913.6 1478.4 (1/4 SP) 11.1 12.0 4.5+ 1.2+ <375 ECC RAM, 1x Mini DP, 1x DVI-I

1 Unified shaders : Texture mapping units : Render output units: Compute units
2 The effective data transfer rate of GDDR5 is quadruple its nominal clock, instead of double as it is with other DDR memory.
3 OpenGL 4.4: support with AMD FirePro driver release 14.301.000 or later, in footnotes of specs[56]

Radeon Sky Series[edit]

Model Launch Code name Fab (nm) Bus interface Clock rate Core config1 Fillrate Memory Processing power
(GFLOPS)
API compliance (version) TDP (Watts) Notes
Core (MHz) Memory (MHz) Pixel (GP/s) Texture (GT/s) Size (GiB) Bandwidth (GB/s) Bus type Bus width (bit) Single precision Double precision Direct3D OpenGL OpenCL Vulkan
Radeon Sky 500[146] April, 2013 Pitcairn XT 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 950 1200 1280:80:32:20 30.4 76 4 153.6 GDDR5 256 2432 152 12.0 4.5+ 1.2+ 1.0 possible with driver 150 One DisplayPort
Radeon Sky 700[147] April, 2013 Tahiti PRO 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 900 1375 1792:112:32:28 28.8 100.8 6 264 GDDR5 384 3225.6 806.4 12.0 4.5+ 1.2+ 225 One DisplayPort
Radeon Sky 900[148] April, 2013 2× Tahiti PRO 28 PCIe 3.0 x16 825 950 1250 2× 1792:112:32:28 52.8 184.8 2× 3 2× 240 GDDR5 2x 384 5913.6 1478.4 12.0 4.5+ 1.2+ 300 Four Mini DisplayPort, One DVI-I

1 Unified shaders : Texture mapping units : Render output units : compute units
2 The effective data transfer rate of GDDR5 is quadruple its nominal clock, instead of double as it is with other DDR memory.

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