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Dual Vega 10 Radeon PRO V340 graphics solution spotted

Dual Vega GPUs with a combined 32GB frame bufer

Dual Vega 10 Radeon PRO V340 graphics solution spotted

Dual Vega 10 Radeon PRO V340 graphics solution spotted

A reported AMD slide has been released which details a new professional-grade graphics card for AMD's Radeon Pro graphics lineup, using two Vega 10 graphics chips to offer extreme levels of graphics performance on a single PCIe 16x dual-slot form factor.  

This graphics card is the PRO V340, which offers users a Radeon Instinct-like design with no cooling fans, making this GPU appear to be a server-only graphics solution. 

The Radeon PRO V340's 32GB of VRAM has caused a lot of confusion amongst early reports of this graphics cards,  as it matches the VRAM size of AMD's recently announced 7nm Vega graphics card, though we can confirm that the Radeon Pro V340 uses two 16GB Vega 10 chips. 



Dual Vega 10 Radeon PRO V340 graphics solution spotted
  

Given this GPU's use of two Radeon Vega 10 16GB graphics chips, the Radeon Pro V340 should be considered as a dual Vega Frontier Edition setup.

AMD are aiming this graphics card at virtualisation workloads and says that the unit can support up to 32 concurrent users, suggesting that the graphics chip is intended to be used remotely in a server. 

You can join the discussion on AMD's Radeon PRO V340 graphics cards on the OC3D Forums

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15-06-2018, 05:58:08

AlienALX
AMD have got their glue out again

Yes, that was totally a joke.Quote

15-06-2018, 08:13:14

Giggyolly
That will be one hell of a cardQuote
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