AMD on Tuesday introduced one of the industry’s most affordable professional graphics cards with drivers certified by leading vendors of CAD/CAM software. The Radeon Pro WX 3200 comes in a low-profile single-slot form-factor and can address the most compact workstations available today.

The AMD Radeon Pro WX 3200 is based on the company's Polaris architecture GPU featuring 640 stream processors that offers up to 1.66 TFLOPS of single precision compute performance. The card carries 4 GB of GDDR5 memory and has four mini DisplayPort 1.4 outputs to drive four 4K displays, or two 5K monitors, or one 8K LCD.

The Radeon Pro WX 3200 card fully supports 10-bit color required by professional graphics applications. Since the board is designed for mainstream CAD/CAM projects it comes with certificates from such ISVs as Adobe, Autodesk, Dassault, Siemens, and others for Windows 10 and Linux operating systems.

Since the card is extremely small (it is just 6.6 inch/168 mm long), it is compatible with almost any desktop workstation that has a PCIe 3.0 x16 slot and can supply up to 50 W of power to the board.

AMD’s Radeon Pro WX 3200 replaces the company’s Radeon Pro WX 3100 board introduced two years ago and brings in enhanced performance along with refined software. Just like its predecessor, the new card will retail for $199

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  • PeachNCream - Tuesday, July 02, 2019 - link

    That's not a 16x GPU if the image above is accurate. That probably is a non-issue from a performance standpoint given the overall compute power of the card, but it is noteworthy.

    For actual specs rather than a seemingly broken source link, here's the URL to AMD's site:

    https://www.amd.com/en/products/professional-graph...
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  • timecop1818 - Tuesday, July 02, 2019 - link

    Bus Type
    PCIe 3.0 x16 (x8 electrical)

    You are right. It's 8x. More than enough for what it's going to be doing, anyway.
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  • mode_13h - Thursday, July 04, 2019 - link

    Same as the RX 550, on which it's apparently based. Reply
  • PeachNCream - Saturday, July 06, 2019 - link

    So true. It's just the professional variant of that same GPU. Reply
  • Soulkeeper - Tuesday, July 02, 2019 - link

    Looks like a waste of money.
    No ecc, not pcie 16x, not pcie 4.0, overpriced, 2 generations old, etc.
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  • Duncan Macdonald - Tuesday, July 02, 2019 - link

    This is not a games card - it is a low end CAD/CAM card - the important thing for the potential buyers is the full professional CAD/CAM support. 16 lane PCIe and PCIe 4.0 are completely unimportant for this card. Much higher performance CAD/CAM cards are available but they cost far more than $199 - this card is expected to compete with the Nvidia P1000 not the RTX 8000!! Reply
  • Santoval - Wednesday, July 03, 2019 - link

    So the doubling of the price (the 4GB variant of Radeon RX 550 this card is based on normally sells for $95 to $105) is due to CAD/CAM certification and professional drivers. Well, this is similar to the "professional price overhead" for much costlier cards.. Reply
  • AshlayW - Wednesday, July 03, 2019 - link

    Also the fact that it comes with an adorable little blue cooler! Reply
  • not_anton - Wednesday, July 03, 2019 - link

    Doubling the price due to high-quality electronic components that gonna last forever, rather than bottom-of-the-bucket noname discounted stuff. Professional GPUs have always been built like that, and it’s quiet expensive to do especially at their low volumes. Reply
  • DanaGoyette - Tuesday, July 02, 2019 - link

    I'm curious: how does the WX 3200 differ from the WX 3100 and the WX 4100?
    I just recently bought a WX 4100.
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