AMD claims the Radeon Pro Duo is 1.5x faster than Nvidia's current high-end GPU, the GTX Titan X.
|AMD Radeon Pro Duo||AMD Radeon R9 295X2|
|Stream Processors||2 x 4096||2 x 2816|
|Texture Units||2 x 256||2 x 176|
|ROPs||2 x 64||2 x 64|
|Memory Clock||1Gbps HBM||5Gbps GDDR5|
|Memory Bus Width||2 x 4096-bit||2 x 512-bit|
|VRAM||2 x 4GB||2 x 4GB|
|Transistor Count||2 x 8.9B||2 x 6.2B|
|Typical Board Power||350W||500W|
|Manufacturing Process||TSMC 28nm||TSMC 28nm|
|Architecture||GCN 1.2||GCN 1.1|
Up to 16 TFLOPS of compute performance are coming out from AMD's dual-Fiji GPU implementation, which includes an elegant water-cooled package.
The card features three full sized DisplayPort connectors and one full-size HDMI port. On the side of the card there are three 8-pin PCIe power connectors which will do more than an adequate job of supplying the rated 350W power draw.
The Radeon Pro Duo is available globally beginning today from select system builders and AIBs, and has a suggested price of $1499.