It’s been a while since we’ve last seen a new workstation graphics card from AMD. With their Fiji GPU not being a good fit for the market, the company hasn’t had a significant update of the lineup since 2014, when Tonga was introduced into the mix. However as part of their SIGGRAPH 2016 professional graphics event, AMD is giving their professional card lineup a proper update and then some. Announced Monday night, the company is introducing 3 new cards under their new Radeon Pro WX family, the WX 7100, WX 5100, and WX 4100. Powered by the AMD’s new Polaris family of GPUs, AMD is looking to bring the architecture’s power efficiency and display controller improvements to their workstation users. As this is based on...
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