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AMD is preparing an update for the professional RDNA3 line: Radeon PRO W7900 AI Edition

AMD is planning to update its professional line of RDNA3 video cards. According to insider Hoang Anh Phu, the Radeon PRO W7900 will receive a new version designed for artificial intelligence (AI) tasks. Hoang Anh Phu has previously shared leaks on AMD products, including EPYC 4004 for socket AM5.


It is reported that the new version of Radeon W7900, equipped with Navi 31 GPU with full configuration, will be released with a dual-slot cooler. The card will retain the blower cooling style, but the move to a thinner dual-slot design will allow for more efficient use of space when installing the W7900 in clusters.

The priority of the new card is artificial intelligence tasks, probably, we are talking about support for generative AI and large language models (LLM). The 6GB GDDR48 memory capacity will remain unchanged.

AMD introduced the W7900 in April for $3,999, but the card now sells for $3,660. Alternatively, users can opt for the RX 7900 XTX gaming GPU for $999, but with less memory (24GB). However, the RX version does not have a dual-slot design, except for water-cooled models.

According to Hoang Anh Phu, the Radeon PRO W7900 AI Edition is scheduled to launch in June. AMD is expected to announce the new graphics card at Computex.

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