A few months back, we witnessed AMD’s launch of the Radeon PRO W7900 and W7800 workstation GPUs but finally, it’s finally high time for the mid-tier stuff to benefit the larger user base.
The new iterations, the W7600 and W7500, cut through the queue and left “7700” behind with a similar feature set to their top-tier counterparts, they operate with reduced power and performance levels, aligning with a more affordable price point.
Both models sport 8GB of VRAM, which some might consider at the lower end of the spectrum, but it could suffice depending on your needs. In terms of Compute Units (CUs), the W7600 boasts 32, while the W7500 has 28.
Setting them apart on a larger scale, the boost clock for the W7600 is set at 2.43GHz, in contrast to the W7500’s 1.7GHz. This leads to respective TDP figures of 130W and 70W.
It’s worth noting that both GPUs are made based on the RDNA3 architecture, featuring dedicated AI acceleration and the renowned Radiance Display Engine. Additionally, they offer a range of certified programs and professional support.
Regarding availability, the AMD Radeon PRO W7600 and AMD Radeon PRO W7500 are priced at USD599 and USD429 respectively. They will be accessible in Q3 of this year, with OEM and SI brands making them available later in the year.